What is PATS

What is PATS?

PATS, developed by the Community Transport Association UK), provides a nationally recognised standard of training for people whose role it is to provide care and assistance to passengers travelling by road.

Who is it aimed at?

Delegates may be paid staff or volunteers and they may be performing the dual role of driver/carer, but are specifically responsible for looking after passengers during transportation by road. This could include bus and minibus drivers, escorts, care workers, teachers, and taxi and private hire workers.

How long does the course take?

The course lasts between one and two full days depending on the number of modules chosen. We highly recommend that delegates undertake all PATS modules.

What do I get?

In addition to copies of the comprehensive course materials and handbook, those attending the course are also issued with a PATS Certificate.

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Areas We Cover

PATS Training across the UK, including:


London, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol, Sheffield, Leeds, Leicester, Nottingham, Portsmouth, Belfast etc…