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Become a trainer

Interested in changing behaviour and saving lives?

Are you passionate about delivering behavioural change courses to road users? Do you have excellent presentation skills along with effective interpersonal skills, both face-to-face and via online virtual classroom environments?

If you are interested in becoming a NDORS licenced trainer, the first thing you need to do is to check that you meet the trainer qualifications and profile.

NDORS courses governed by UKROEd, are delivered by course providers across the UK.  If you meet the requirements and are successful in your application, you will be provided with in-depth training and development support from an instructor licensed by UKROEd.

To apply for a Trainer role, please contact your preferred course provider directly (not UKROEd) for more information on how to apply or register your interest:

Course provider Area covered How to apply
Cheshire Police Authority Cheshire [email protected]
DriveSafe Greater Manchester
DriveTech Bedfordshire
Northern Ireland
Thames Valley
Dyfed Powys Police Carmarthenshire
[email protected]
Essex County Council Essex [email protected]
Hampshire Police Hampshire

Isle of wight

[email protected]
Hartlepool Borough Council Cleveland
County Durham
[email protected]
Humberside Police Authority East Yorkshire
North Lincolnshire
[email protected]
Kent County Council Kent [email protected]
Lancashire Police Authority Lancashire [email protected]
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Driver Education Workshops Leicestershire and Rutland [email protected]
Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership Lincolnshire
Norfolk County Council Norfolk [email protected]
Safer Roads for Nottinghamshire Nottinghamshire [email protected]
Staffordshire County Council Staffordshire [email protected]
Suffolk County Council Suffolk [email protected]
Sussex Driver Training Sussex [email protected]
TTC Avon & Somerset
Devon & Cornwall
North Wales
North Yorkshire
South Wales
South Yorkshire
West Mercia
West Midlands
West Yorkshire


Warwickshire County Council Warwickshire [email protected]





Each course provider should have their own internal monitor to ensure standards are being met by the trainers they utilise.

Monitors should be monitoring their trainers at least once in a twelve month period; many providers monitor on a more regular basis. Monitoring is linked to the assessment process in so far as the internal monitor should be looking for the same skills, knowledge and competencies as a NDORS assessor would look for in a formal assessment.

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