You cannot register for this training course by yourself. People can only attend these training courses if the tribunal (probation), the examining magistrate (conditional release), or the prosecutor (criminal mediation) suggest them to do so. A law clerk (from the Court House) makes sure the person meets the conditions.
The law clerk is also in charge of registering the participants for the training courses.
A month before the training starts, the participant receives a notification letter with the place, date and time of the training courses. If the participant complies with all the conditions of the training, the law clerk receives a positive final report at the end of the training.
The prosecutor can only propose this course to people who have committed a speeding offence. Taking the course is therefore not compulsory.
Registration is valid upon receipt of the payment of 390 euros on the account 210006170060 with the mention 'DI - speed training name of the participant'. If you meet all the requirements of the training, you will receive an attendance certificate.
You can register for this module if you are less than 25 years old and if you have received a training proposal as part of a probation order by the Court as a result of any offence, except for speeding and alcohol-impaired driving.
Be careful: there is a 15-day limit to register and pay after you have received the proposal. The training must be completed within 6 months after receiving the proposal or you will be summoned to appear at Court.
Registration is valid upon receipt of the payment of 150euros on the account 210006170060 with the mention 'DI – ‘young safety driver’ name of the participant'. If you meet all the requirements of the training, you will receive an attendance certificate.