Please contact us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend the Road Safety Course.
Please keep in mind that we have made reservations for all participants. If you need to cancel, you must do so in writing and by email.
You may cancel your enrolment free of charge up to six (6) weeks prior to commencement of the training course or other service offered by Delft Road Safety Courses.
If you cancel after this, cancellation is no longer possible. The enrolment cannot be transferred to an associate or other individual within the organisation.
Delft Road Safety Courses reserves the right to postpone, cancel, or change the dates of the training courses due to insufficient enrolments, capacity constraints, and unforeseen or special circumstances. In this case Delft Road Safety Courses will return the enrolment fee to the Client. Delft Road Safety Courses does not accept liability for claims, liabilities, and damages arising directly or indirectly out of this procedure.
Getting to Delft
Delft is very well connected with airports (Amsterdam Schipol and Rotterdam-The Hague) and other Dutch cities by trains, buses and trams.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is 45 min away by train with an intercity direct connection. In case you get on a not direct train, you have to change at Leiden Centraal or The Hague Hollands Spoor (which is called Den Haag HS). If you prearrange a taxi to pick you up at Schiphol, expect to pay €100 to Delft.
For a one-way trip by train, the fare is € 9,50. Rotterdam The Hague Airport is only a few kilometres away but has poor public transport connections. RET city bus 33 runs frequently to Rotterdam Centraal Station and takes you there in about 20 min. From there it is a 15-min long train ride. When taking an airport taxi from Rotterdam The Hague Airport, expect to pay about € 35 for the trip.
Delft has two railway stations: Delft (near the city centre and best for the university) and Delft Zuid (Delft’s southern residential area). (Direct) train connections run from:
Den Haag Central Station or Hollands Spoor (10 min.)
Schiphol Airport (45 min, € 9.50)
Amsterdam (1 h.)
Rotterdam (15 m.)
Delft is easily reached by car. Coming from Amsterdam or Schiphol, it is at the end of the A4 motorway; coming from Rotterdam, Delft has three exits off the A13 motorway. The city centre is best reached via the IKEA exit. During the weekend this exit can be busy with IKEA shoppers. Then take the North exit.
In 2020 the Delft Road Safety Course was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It returned in 2021 as a 10-week online course held via Microsoft Teams.
For 2022/23, the course structure has been divided into two phases.
Phase 1 will include a six-week online course in October/November 2022.
Phase 2 will include a 5-day in person course in Delft, Netherlands in March 2023.
DRSC is subject to any restrictions and guidance of the Government of the Netherlands. Further details can be found here.
We encourage all scholars to ensure that they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to attending the course in person.
Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to enter the Netherlands. The Visa Advisor will help you determine whether you need a visa.
If you do require a visa, it is recommended that you apply for a Short-Stay Schengen Visa which will allow you to stay in the Netherlands and other Schengen countries for a maximum of 90 days within a 180-day period.
Fees and scholarships
The total fee for the 2022/2023 course is €3,300.
This is broken down as €300 fee for part 1, the online course, and €3000 for part 2, 5-day course in Delft, Netherlands. 3
Participants may apply for a scholarship to cover for the course fee. Participants are responsible for booking and financing their own travel costs.
Scholarships are provided for the classroom part of the course only. That means that participants will have to cover the course fee for the online part themselves.
Scholarships of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of the course fee are offered. A limited number of scholarships is available. The organisation of Delft Road Safety Courses will decide upon the offering to each participant.
Participants that have registered for the full course (i.e. not for one of the separate parts) are prioritised.
The scholarships will be assigned after the completion of the online part of the course. Participants in the full course applying for a scholarship need to have successfully completed the online part.
Participants selected for a scholarship will need to reconfirm their participation and their possibility to travel after the completion of the online part. The course organisation will initiate a reconfirmation process for this in due time.