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Booking my Virtual Course


Booking my Virtual Course

Most of the courses that we currently offer are virtual classroom courses meaning that they are accessed by the internet from your home address with no need to travel to any destination.

If you cannot find a course using your own address then please widen your search by taking out your address on the course location screen and putting a county in. This will give you a wider range of courses to choose from. These courses are accessed by the internet from your home address with no need to travel to any destination.

Also, if you follow this link you will be able to see a video of how to book a course and full listings of course providers.

If you have any problems with your access details/details mismatch or any questions regarding your ability to attend either a digital or classroom course, please contact the police force who sent you the original correspondence.  They will be able to advise you.  You can contact the Police by using contact details on your Course Offer letter, or by calling the Non-Emergency “101” number and asking for the department that deal with Fixed Penalty Notices.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, and to prioritise your safety, our courses have been delivered virtually, accessible online with your chosen course provider.  

However, in light of recent UK Government updates and the lifting of some legal restrictions, we are working with course providers to re-introduce physical venue courses, to run alongside the virtual courses. A small number of physical courses may be available in some areas. It should be noted that physical courses will only take place following strict local risk assessments carried out by providers.

Virtual Courses can be booked with any course provider as you attend from your home. Physical Courses will require you to travel to the course location.

To find a course provider and book your course please go to

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