Learner Course


A fully structured driving course covering everything from the controls of the car, to driving on all road types including dual carriageways and even motorways. You will master basic car control which will enable you to drive on public roads safely following the DVSA approved syllabus. As you progress you will learn how to blend in with other road users, maintaining good progress whilst also effectively looking out for danger and potential hazards. By the time you are ready for test you will have been thoroughly assessed through a series of mock driving tests, conducted just like the real thing to ensure you are competent.

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Refresher Course


Aimed at current full licence holders, a refresher course is intended for drivers who may not have driven for some time, or may want to update skills and knowledge. This will entail an informal chat about what your requirements are, and a short relaxed driving assessment to see what your driving is like. A plan can then be formulated to suit your specific needs and help you reach your own personal goal of what you want to achieve. You can cover as much or as little as you like, some people for example just want to look at motorways or help with understanding certain complex junctions.

UK Familiarisation Course

New residents to the UK already possessing a full licence can benefit from a UK familiarisation course. Such courses are designed to help drivers adjust to driving in the UK. If required, guidance can be given to pass the relevant tests to convert to a full UK driving licence

Advanced Driving Course


Advanced driving courses can be tailored to suit the individual depending on the final goal you wish to achieve. Your instructor will be certified and qualified at top level with a Grade A pass for the DVSA Cardington Advanced Special Test and also a Gold Award for the ROSPA Advanced Test and IAM Test. Driving styles and procedures differ between such tests and you can decide which would suit you best.

Defensive Driving Course

A course for non occupational drivers who would like to develop their driving style to one of which is safe, and use advanced driving techniques to help avoid being involved in potentially hazardous situations posed by other drivers. This course can also help drivers who have lost confidence in their driving after being  involved in a collision

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Fleet Driving Development Courses

A range of courses designed for company vehicle drivers to reduce the high risks they face whilst driving as part of their work. A fifth of all road traffic consists of vehicles used for work purposes, yet up to a third of all collisions involve one of those vehicles. Driving as part of your job has increased risks which can be managed and reduced. Undertaking a course can help reduce the likelihood of such accidents that would usually result in lost man hours or use of vehicle. Not only that, employers are now required by law to provide adequate driver training for any employee who drives a vehicle on a road as part of their job description, whether a vehicle is provided the or the driver uses their own. Benefits include reduced fuel consumption, enhanced vehicle control, correct road procedure, defensive driving techniques and advanced hazard awareness and planning. As an employer providing company vehicles you may even want a potential employees driving assessed before you let them loose on the roads advertising your company. Your vehicles being seen driven badly certainly won’t attract any new business!

Basic Assessment

Your employee or potential employee will be assessed over the period of about 90 minutes whilst driving a mixture of road types to establish their general standard of driving. A written report will help you make an informed decision as to whether the driver is of the standard required or whether any further training would be necessary.

Half Day (3.5 hrs)

A half day course would be suitable for one driver and would begin with a briefing, eyesight, licence and vehicle checks, followed by an assessment of driving ability with a DVSA fully qualified instructor. The instructor would then target any areas that might need attention and give the relevant coaching required. There would then be a final driving assessment for recording the driver’s improvement. Following the course a written report would be provided.


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