Our course costs are as follows;
Monday – Friday £140 (option to pay 2 x £70 instalments).
Saturday/Sunday £170 (option to pay 2 x £85 instalments).

Why are people offered the opportunity to attend the course?

There are many different circumstances leading to people being convicted of drink driving. If a person is convicted of an offence involving drinking and driving, the Courts may offer you the opportunity to attend a rehabilitation course. The drink drive rehabilitation course is an alternative sentencing option for drink drive offenders.

The rehabilitation course is not intended to punish you further. You will already have been disqualified and probably fined for your offence. The purpose of the course is to teach you about the effects of alcohol consumption and a range of issues will be covered, including information about alcohol and its effect on the body; the effect of alcohol consumption on performance, future action and sources of advice.

There are many benefits to be gained from attending the course but the main reason is to reduce the chance of a person offending in the future. Research linked to the course shows that after 6 years, 17% of offenders who did not attend were prosecuted again for drink driving compared to 7% of those who did attend and complete the course.

Testimonials from course attendees:

“Both tutors delivered the course at an excellent pace and made the course rewarding”     (April 2014)

“Thank you for the knowledge + not judging us. The course was easy to book, a fair price, local and really informative”    (March 2014)

“Great course made me think alot about what I’d do in the future”   (February 2014)

“I specifically chose LTP as I considered I would be offered the best and most diligent customer service and I am happy to say I was not disappointed. When dealing with an exception circumstance I really felt that you focused much attention on resolving the situation.”  (October 2015)
“Expected the course to be 100% negative & feel like another punishment, however could’t have been more wrong! Trainer made the course very enjoyable and it was a pleasure meeting others in a simular situation to me” (May 2015)

If you have been offered the opportunity to attend the course by the sentencing court, the court and DVSA (The Driving Vehicle  Standards Agency) will provide the details of the course providers in your area. You choose who to book your course with. You can do this before going to court… just ask the Usher or your Solicitor to refer you to LTP Driver Training and we will take care of the rest when we get your referral from the court.

If you are in the forces or work away from home contact us for the opportunity of a special circumstances course.

For information on our courses venues, dates and cost see below…

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