As an organisation UKROEd treats adherence to the Equality Act 2010 as a priority in how we ask our providers to deliver to the public on behalf of the UK Police Service.
UKROEd has robust guidance on this subject which has been compiled by specialist equality lawyers.
However, it is important to acknowledge you will be one of up to 24 people participating in the class.
Any special requirements must also take into consideration how to best accommodate a request in the interests of everyone on the course and should be arranged on a one-to-one basis prior to the course/when booking so that arrangements can be put in place by the Provider.
This includes, but not limited to, the following which could require private areas or technical facilities in the course room:
It is also important to point out that all the course content has to be covered to complete the course.
If a person with special requirements absents him/herself from any part of the course without permission it could constitute a failure to complete the course and may lead to the offence being placed back into the criminal justice process.
The NDORS scheme allows motorists who have committed a minor offence to have education with the aim of improving the driver or rider’s knowledge and behaviour whilst on the road.
A motorist has no automatic right to a course irrespective of how minor the offence is. The course offer is at the discretion of the police. The offer is made as an alternative to prosecution and the nature of the offer is explained within the terms and conditions which are provided before course attendance.
To access the course booking site and contact a course provider to discuss these issues please follow the instructions below.
Please go to https://offer.ndors.org.uk where you will be able to access your Course Offer details via:
Both methods will take you to your Dashboard:
If not, consider contacting us.