After passing your test, you can enrol in the Pass Plus Course, which is an optional driving course. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) created it to introduce you to areas you may not have encountered throughout your driving course while also building on your existing skills and knowledge.
According to statistics, due to a lack of driving experience, new drivers are more likely to be involved in an accident in the first two years after passing their test. The Pass Plus course tries to mitigate this danger by introducing more difficult routes and circumstances to increase standards.
The Pass Plus Course comprises six courses; however, there is no test. Instead, you must meet specific criteria for each module for your driving instructor to sign, date, and send the training report to the DVSA, who will subsequently grant you a certificate.