Driver CPC Periodic Training

You must complete 35 hours of CPC Periodic Training every 5 years to keep your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence. Our trainers have been approved to deliver approved training courses for periodic training.

To attend these courses you must either already hold a driver qualification card or have ‘acquired rights’. If you are not sure if you are eligible, just give us a call and we will confirm eligibility for you.

There is an increasing demand for driver CPC training, but drivers do still seem to be putting off training even though a lot of drivers are approaching the half-way point of their second driver CPC cycle. Keep up to date with your training so that you don’t have problems meeting the deadline. If you need to check how many courses you have completed you can check here.

We are currently offering the following modules.

DateCourse NameSuitable For
26/06/2017Drivers Hours/TachographsLGV and PCV Drivers
27/06/2017Vehicle Checks & Defects/Licence, Weights & DimensionsLGV Drivers only
28/06/2017Security/Economical DrivingLGV and PCV Drivers
29/06/2017Vulnerable Road UsersLGV and PCV Drivers
30/06/2017Health & Safety/Emergency AidLGV and PCV Drivers

Important Information

Dates and topics might be subject to change, and additional dates may be added from time to time.

You should be aware that the government has confirmed that CPC will continue to be a requirement post BREXIT. You can read an article about this by following this link.

To book or check availability please send an email to or call us on 01603 443954.

Courses for individuals are available at our premises. The cost for each day is £68.75 (including VAT and DVSA upload fee).

Courses for companies are available at your premises or at our premises. Minimum number of delegates is 8 per day. (Price on application).

Drivers Hours and Working Time Regulations

Please Note: Attendance at courses is a legal requirement of your occupation. Drivers and their employers should be aware of the requirements of the drivers’ hours regulations if courses are undertaken at weekends or on other drivers’ rest days.

Time spent attending a course will probably affect the amount of driving or other work they may undertake under the drivers’ hours and working time regulations.