TTC Group is to deliver its suite of driver education courses in West Yorkshire for the first time – in addition to both the north and south of the county.
TTC Group works in partnership with the police and local authorities to deliver police-referred driver training courses as an alternative to drivers attending court.
TTC courses include the National Speed Awareness Course, a Driver Alertness Course and the National Motorway Awareness Course.
The group, which provides courses for more than 350,00 motorists across England, Scotland and Wales each year, also organises court-referred drink drive rehabilitation courses which can reduce the amount of time an offender is banned from driving.
Under the new TTC contract, the RIDE course – an intervention for motorcyclists whose behaviour has been brought to the attention of the police – will also run across North, South and West Yorkshire.
Sharon Haynes, operations director at TTC Group, said: “All of the courses have been designed to educate motorists so they become safer drivers and reduce the number of casualties in the UK.
“In addition to the best and most engaging content, our job is to make the sessions accessible to everyone in the area, make the booking system as efficient as possible and then provide robust data for the police forces we are supporting.
“We also try and go that little bit further by offering training to police officers so that they can clearly communicate to motorists what each course is for and how it will benefit them. This is something that West Yorkshire really liked about our approach.”