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Mae UKROEd yn cynnig amrywiaeth o gyrsiau NDORS. Gweithredir y cynllun ar ran gwasanaeth yr heddlu sy’n amlinellu’r math o droseddwr a’r troseddau, ac yn seiliedig ar hyn mae’r cyrsiau’n cael eu datblygu (a’u hadolygu bob tair blynedd). Bydd Prif Swyddog yr Heddlu yn ôl ei ddisgresiwn absoliwt yn cynnig un o’r cyrsiau hyn i droseddwr yn hytrach nag erlyniad. Nid oes gan droseddwr hawl awtomatig i gwrs. Dewis arall yn lle erlyniad yw’r cyrsiau hyn. Ond, ar ôl ystyried y ffeithiau i gyd, os deuir i’r casgliad na fyddai cynnig cwrs o fudd i’r cyhoedd, yna dilynir y broses erlyn arferol.

Cynllunnir y cyrsiau gan Uned Datblygu Cyrsiau UKROEd, sy’n cynnwys academyddion blaenllaw ym maes newid ymddygiad a thrafnidiaeth, uwch ymarferwyr profiadol ym maes gorfodaeth a diogelwch ar y ffyrdd.

Mae pob cwrs sy’n cael ei ddatblygu yn seiliedig ar y gwaith ymchwil diweddaraf ac yn cael ei werthuso. Mae hyn yn caniatáu i UKROEd ddangos fod y cyrsiau’n ‘addas i’r diben’. Cyn cyflwyno cwrs yn genedlaethol i’w ddefnyddio gan y cyhoedd, mae’n cael ei dreialu mewn amgylchedd wedi’i reoli ac yna mae’n bosibl y bydd newidiadau’n cael eu gwneud cyn iddo gael ei lansio’n swyddogol fel cwrs NDORS cenedlaethol.

Daw’r darparwyr, sy’n gweithredu dan drwydded UKROEd, o sefydliadau’r sector cyhoeddus a’r sector preifat, a bydd rhai heddluoedd yn darparu cyrsiau NDORS gan ddefnyddio’u hadnoddau eu hunain. Mae’n rhaid i’r holl ddarparwyr gydymffurfio â’r trefniadau cenedlaethol, felly er enghraifft dylech weld yr un cwrs yn Newcastle ag y byddech yn ei weld yn Norwich.

Os cawsoch gynnig cwrs ac os hoffech chi archebu lle ar gwrs, darllenwch yr wybodaeth yn eich llythyr cynnig. Rhaid ichi ddefnyddio’r ddolen isod a fydd yn eich arwain at y wefan benodol:

https://offer.ndors.org.uk

Os dymunwch weld y gost a manylion cysylltu eich Darparwyr Cwrs ewch i’n hadran Cwestiynau Cyffredin ac edrychwch ar y penawdau ‘Costau’r Cyrsiau’ a ‘Gweld eich Cwrs a’ch Darparydd Cwrs’ (‘Course Costs’ and ‘Accessing your Course & Your Course Provider’).

iNMAC

 

This course explains how motorways work, for example what the signs on motorways mean, which lanes you can drive in, how to use an emergency refuge, what the speed limit is, and why speeds are sometimes reduced. There’s a mix of information, discussion and reflection on the things that affect people’s driving. The course takes place online, with up to nine people, and it lasts for 2 hours 45 minutes. It’s designed to be interesting and useful so that people leave with practical tips to help them drive more safely on motorways.

iNSAC

The National Speed Awareness Course for digital classrooms (iNSAC) is an engaging and interesting short behaviour change intervention that clients enjoy and that leads to a sustained change in how they drive. The course is designed to take people on a journey that shows them how to identify the speed limits, helps them recognise why it is not safe to speed, the potential consequences to them and others if they speed and if they were to crash, how they can recognise and resist pressure to speed from themselves and others, and that without concentrating it is easy not to notice hazards. This aims to motivate them to comply with speed limits. Finally, they make an action plan about how they are going to drive differently in the future so that they avoid speeding.  The course duration is 2 hours 45 minutes.

iSCD

iSCD was developed to enable the Safe & Considerate Driving (SCD) course to be delivered online in a virtual classroom. Since the on-road component of SCD cannot be delivered virtually, iSCD is designed to be completed on TWO separate occasions: a virtual classroom component, and then at a later date (when possible) an on-road coaching component.

The virtual classroom component of iSCD concludes with action-planning. Clients are encouraged to track their progress with this action plan, and the on-road coaching component is used to revisit and refresh the action plan.

Safe and Considerate Driving is a course designed for clients being referred for reasons including offences relating to driving without due care and attention. Clients are referred to Safe and Considerate Driving if they are involved in a collision. The course increases clients’ awareness and understanding of:

  • the causes and negative consequences of risky and inconsiderate driving;
  • the importance of concentration, observation, anticipation and allowing adequate space and time;
  • the reasons why their own driving may be unsafe or inconsiderate.

Clients receive practical, personalised, on-road coaching, and are encouraged to create an action plan to address personally relevant issues. The course duration is 3 hours.

iWDU

iWDU was developed by the UKROEd Research and Development Unit for people who cannot attend the classroom based What’s Driving Us? course in person.

What’s Driving Us? is a 3 hour digital course designed for clients referred for reasons including: offences relating to driving without due care and attention, control or consideration, including tailgating; traffic light offences; crossing a solid white line; stopping, overtaking or failing to give precedence in zebra/puffin/pelican areas; stopping at school gates; and contravening a no-entry sign. Clients are referred to What’s Driving Us? as an alternative to a Fixed Penalty Notice. The course increases clients’ awareness and understanding of:

  • the causes and negative consequences of risky and inconsiderate driving
  • the importance of concentration, observation, anticipation and allowing adequate space and time
  • the reasons why their own driving may be unsafe or inconsiderate.

National Motorway Awareness Course (NMAC)

 

This course explains how motorways work, for example what the signs on motorways mean, which lanes you can drive in, how to use an emergency refuge, what the speed limit is, and why speeds are sometimes reduced.  There’s a mix of information, discussion and reflection on the things that affect people’s driving. The course takes place in a classroom with up to 12 people, and it lasts for 2 hours and 45 minutes.  It is designed to be interesting and useful so that people leave with practical tips to help them drive more safely on motorways.

National RIDE Course (RiDE)

The RiDE (Rider intervention Developing Experience) course has been designed for motorcyclists (one of the highest groups of being involved in serious injury collision) whose behaviour has brought them to the attention of the Police. This course, based in the classroom and lasting for five hours, addresses the behaviour of those motorcyclists whose riding could be described as thrill or sensation seeking. It also caters for those who, by the very nature of their riding, could be perceived as anti-social or careless.

If a motorcyclist is caught within the range of the NSAC Course (above), they will still be offered a speed awareness course.

National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC)

The National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC) is an engaging and interesting short course that clients enjoy and that leads to a sustained change in how they drive. The course is designed to take people on a journey that shows them how to identify the speed limits, helps them recognise why it is not safe to speed, the potential consequences to them and others if they speed and if they were to crash, how they can recognise and resist pressure to speed from themselves and others, and that without concentrating it is easy not to notice hazards. This aims to motivate them to comply with speed limits. There is a series of video activities to help them understand the importance of Concentration, Observation, Anticipation, Space and Time. Finally they make an action plan about how they are going to drive differently in the future so that they avoid speeding. The course is four hours in duration.

Safe & Considerate Cycling Course (SCCC)

THIS IS AN ON LINE COURSE for people who are stopped by the police for cycling through a red light, for cycling without lights, or for cycling on pavements and paths not open to cyclists. They can be given the option to complete an online course instead of paying a fine. The course explores the key rules and regulations for cyclists and how those laws help keep cyclists and others safe, and helps people to develop strategies to keep within the law when cycling. It takes around 30 minutes, which can be done all at once or a bit at a time. The course is interactive and there is a quiz to check that people have understood the main points. At the end they are given a personalised plan for how they can cycle safely and considerately.

Safe and Considerate Driving (SCD)

Safe and Considerate Driving is a whole-day course designed for clients being referred for reasons including offences relating to driving without due care and attention. Clients are referred to Safe and Considerate Driving if they are involved in a collision. The course increases clients’ awareness and understanding of:

  • the causes and negative consequences of risky and inconsiderate driving;
  • the importance of concentration, observation, anticipation and allowing adequate space and time;
  • the reasons why their own driving may be unsafe or inconsiderate.

Clients receive practical, personalised, on-road coaching, and are encouraged to create an action plan to address personally relevant issues.

What's Driving Us? Course (WDU)

What’s Driving Us? is a half-day course designed for clients referred for reasons including: offences relating to driving without due care and attention, control or consideration, including tailgating; traffic light offences; crossing a solid white line; stopping, overtaking or failing to give precedence in zebra/puffin/pelican areas; stopping at school gates; and contravening a no-entry sign. Clients are referred to What’s Driving Us? as an alternative to a Fixed Penalty Notice. The course increases clients’ awareness and understanding of:

  • the causes and negative consequences of risky and inconsiderate driving
  • the importance of concentration, observation, anticipation and allowing adequate space and time
  • the reasons why their own driving may be unsafe or inconsiderate.

Your Belt Your Life (YBYL)

THIS IS AN ON LINE COURSE for people who are stopped by the police for not wearing a seat belt or not using an appropriate child car seat. They can be given the option to complete an online course instead of paying a fine. The course explores and explains the importance of wearing a seat belt and using an appropriate child car seat. It takes around 30 minutes, which can be done all at once or a bit at a time. The course is interactive and there is a quiz to check that people have understood the main points. At the end they are given a personalised plan to help them to get into the habit of always wearing a seat belt.

Course fees and refunds

You are responsible for paying the course fee in full before you take the course. If you book and pay for a course then choose to re-book it with the same course provider, you may have to pay a re-booking/ administration fee.

If you change to another course provider after you have booked, or do not complete the course, you may have to forfeit some of the booking fee charged by the course provider but the cost recovery money MUST automatically be refunded to you by the course provider.

If you think you are entitled to a refund under this policy, please contact the course provider you booked with – this link will take you to our FAQ section where you will find details under the heading ‘Accessing your Course & your Course Provider’

 

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