Are you up to date with your Driver CPC training?
The majority of LGV and PCV drivers needed to complete their CPC training before the recent deadline of 9th September. If you have missed the deadline you may be driving illegally.
The DCPC training requirement of 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years is part of UK law and therefore remains mandatory for all UK drivers regardless of any changes that come with Brexit. Existing LGV and PCV drivers must complete 35 hours of Periodic Training every 5 years in order to stay qualified. It is illegal to drive if your training has expired.
Get in touch with our friendly training team on 01438 986013 to find out more about our JAUPT approved Driver CPC training courses, which we run Monday to Saturday.
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For course information and to book a place on any of the courses below simply choose from the list below and click on the COURSE INFORMATION & BOOKING button.
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DRIVER CPC TRAINING
Load Security is a term used to cover load restraint and load containment. Load Security means preventing the movement of the load in any direction in relation to the vehicle load bed. Our transport trainers are fully qualified and highly experienced in the best practice measures.
Both drivers and fleet operators can be held accountable in the eyes of the law for not following the driver’s hours law. The chances of collisions due to fatigue are very high specifically among commercial vehicles. Because of this, commercial drivers and the companies they work for are regularly held accountable, especially when collisions occur. This course is designed to ensure drivers fully comprehend the severity and consequences of not abiding by drivers’ hours recommendations.
Van Smart gives a wide range of information regarding road safety and attitude towards others on the road. We will work with van drivers to ensure they have essential information regarding cycle safety, the highway code, passenger safety, and road etiquette focusing particularly with driver attitude and perception.
This course informs HGV drivers how to remain compliant on public roads through a set of requirements. This explains things such as driver offences and the consequences of non-compliance. This course was designed to educate drivers and to help to raise compliance standards alongside protecting the Operators Licence.
Smart Motorways is a technology-directed path for our motorways. This course was created in partnership with Highways England to support drivers and show them the benefits of using the Smart Motorway systems. It is used to improve driving behaviour and minimise risks on the motorways by using this traffic management system.
Training includes theory, demonstrations and hands-on practice of first aid techniques and encourages drivers to confidently perform appropriate first aid until emergency services arrive.
This course looks at drivers and employer’s health and safety responsibilities, informs how to report incidents and injuries to the appropriate authorities, examines workplace accidents and highlights the importance of risk assessments.
The Transport Management CPC course provides up-to-date and relevant training for anyone within Transport Management, or individuals looking to demonstrate the professional competence required to meet Operator’s Licence requirements.