Former RSO appointed ANDISP secretary

09.55 | 10 July 2009 |

Malcolm Jones, director of TTC 2000, has been appointed secretary of the Association of National Driver Improvement Service Providers (ANDISP).

Over the past few years Malcolm has been responsible for TTC 2000, part of the TTC Group, becoming one of the country’s major providers of speed awareness courses. The company is also the largest provider of the drink drive rehabilitation scheme for offenders.

A former RSO, Malcolm was responsible for setting up one of the first speed awareness courses in the UK in 2002.  “The idea of educating drivers instead of penalising them has been around for some time – but now there are many high quality courses in place across the country,” he said.
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