Important coronavirus information

Critical licensing functions will be prioritised

Topographical assessment

We have begun a phased re-opening of our Topographical assessment centres.
However, due to limited availability, we will be giving priority to candidates whose assessments were previously cancelled and they will be contacted by us to book a test over the next few weeks.

Please do not attend our offices in Baker Street or West Kensington unless you have a confirmed booking for a topographical skills assessment as we cannot assist with enquiries in-person at these locations. 

We also request that you do not attempt to contact us by phone as our agents will be conducting outgoing calls only.

In relation to Coronavirus, arrangements for candidates attending an assessment have been changed to reflect Public Health England guidance.

Centres

TfL, Baker Street

TfL, West Kensington

Assessment Schedule: Monday to Friday at various times

Further guidance can be found in the documents provided here, including important coronavirus information. Please review this guidance carefully before your assessment and follow the provided instructions, or you may not be permitted to sit the assessment.

Find out more about the centres:

Assessment Guidelines

The Topographical assessment guidelines provide more details about the assessment. Your assessment could be carried out in paper format, or may be computer based. If your assessment is computer based, you will need a basic understanding of how to use a mouse.

A guide to plotting a route

We have produced a short video to provide guidance on how you may be expected to plot a route within the online assessment.

Special requirements and reasonable adjustments

TfL offer a wide range of reasonable adjustments that are tailored to the individual to ensure that assessments are carried out in a fair and consistent manner.

If you have a disability or condition which means you will need adjustments to be made at your assessment then you will be invited to provide us with a brief outline of the condition and documented evidence from a relevant professional. Contact us on tphtopo@tfl.gov.uk