The National Speed Awareness Scheme encourages people to alter their attitudes towards excessive or inappropriate speed.
Offered as an alternative to a speeding fine and penalty points, the speed awareness course helps drivers to understand why people drive above the speed limit and the potential consequences of speeding.
The course lasts 4 hours, and the price depends on the venue location you choose.
The National Speed Awareness Scheme is run throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland by a selection of training providers.
To view all courses that are available please visit www.galvyn.co.uk. You will need your driving licence when you attend the training course.
Why should I attend this course?
• Local venues available throughout England and Northern Ireland
• Drivers say they benefit from the experience
• Choose a date and time that suits you – evenings and weekends often available
• Easy to book online or by phone
• No driving required
• Avoid speeding fine and points, or court, following a speeding ticket
• Training in a relaxed environment
• No pass or fail tests
• The benefits of complying with speed limits
• Attitudes surrounding misuse of speed
• The consequences of speeding
• Knowledge and skills
• Personal responsibility
• What difference does your driving speed make?
• Impact of your behaviour on other road users