Course Update

IAM RoadSmart is working hard to ensure delivery continues of its Drink Drive Rehabilitation courses in a safe way, following guidance from the government and devolved administrations. We understand that now more than ever our clients want the opportunity to get back on the road sooner and our aim is to ensure as many people as possible can complete their course.

In England courses will either be run as a whole course in class, online or using a combination of both depending on the circumstances. How courses are delivered will only be changed in response to COVID-19, trainer availability and venue suitability and we will keep you informed of any changes via email and letter.

In Wales courses will only be run as a whole course online until further notice.

We continue to monitor the situation closely and make decisions based on government advice. The safety of our clients and staff is our top priority and courses will only run where COVID-19 venue risk assessments satisfy our requirements. Our Drink Drive Rehabilitation courses are exempt from the ‘rule of six’ since they are delivered as part of our work and for education purposes. Clear guidelines will be in place for our delivery of service.

Some courses may need to move to a new location, or different dates. If this happens, we will be in contact with you via email and letter. To check on the status of your course, please click the button below:

Frequently Asked Questions

We know that our clients will have a lot of questions about their course, and what effect COVID-19 will have on their driving ban. 

Before you call our contact centre, please read through our COVID-19 FAQs, which will hopefully answer all your questions.

We are experiencing unprecedented levels of calls and emails and as such, you may have to hold the line longer than usual to speak to us.


To ensure that we manage any risks associated with course delivery, we ask that clients read and follow the COVID-19 client safety guidelines before attending their classroom course: