The completion date is a date set by the court by which you must have finished your course. It is designed to give enough time (usually around two months) for paperwork to be sent from Reform to the court and then to the DVLA so that they can re-issue your licence. If you think the completion date you have been given is incorrect due to an error, contact the court and ask them to tell us if any changes need to be made.
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK THAT YOU CAN COMPLETE A COURSE BEFORE THE COMPLETION DATE
If this seems far away, can you deal with it later? NO !
Think about it now! The course nearest to you may not start for some time. The course may be spread over 6-8 weeks. This course may already be full. If you have a twelve month ban you will have less than seven months to find a course, book a course, attend a course…
It is normally impossible for you to complete a course once you only have a few weeks before your completion date. If you have a very short time left to take a course, telephone us. However, it is very difficult, in such circumstances, to get you through the scheme, and if there is any chance at all, it will probably not be in a town centre convenient for you.