Drivers that have obtained the Driver CPC through gaining an Initial Driver CPC Qualification or through acquiring ‘grandfather rights’ need to carry out periodic training to continue driving professionally. This is done by carrying out 35 hours training in each 5 years. The Periodic Training involves attending courses which will then be registered on a National Driver CPC Database. There is no pass or fail.
Courses we offer
One of our favourite courses utilising open discussion within the classroom. Candidates will trained on how to operate vehicles in a manor which saves fuel. With this in mind, drivers will also be taught how to go about driving ‘defensively’ to minimise accident risk.
The course reminds candidate on their obligation as professional drivers and having to know the regulations. The course will cover current EU Drivers’ Hours and Working Time Regulations as well as record keeping.
This course give candidates the basic knowledge of first aid and how to deal with an emergency situtaion whether it be at the scene of an accident or on site.
Gravel flying off, scaffolding moving about? This course teaches drivers the importance of correctly securing a load to ensure that it cannot fly around during transit but perhaps more importantly, fly through the cab as a result of an accident.
Drivers (and operators) need to ensure that the vehicles are in a roadworthy state before taking them on public roads. This course covers what to check and shows drivers the best way to do so.
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