PASS PLUS is a six-module training syllabus designed by DVSA to develop the skills and knowledge of newly qualified drivers and broaden their driving experience. Modules will not take the same amount of time to cover, but each course must consist of a minimum of six hours of training, five and a half of which must be practical in-car driving sessions.
This does not necessarily mean six sessions-the number of sessions required will depend on the ability and progress of the individual pupil.
If a driver feels nervous driving on their own, PASS PLUS can help to boost their confidence. PASS PLUS offers new drivers financial incentives to develop the skills for safer driving. THE AIM OF PASS PLUS TO ENABLE THE NEW DRIVER TO :
develop their existing skills. acquire the new skills and knowledge that make up positive driving
further, develop anticipation skills, plan for and deal with hazards safely
understand how to reduce their risk of having a crash
maintain a courteous and considerate attitude to other road users.