Driver CPC Periodic Training
To attend these courses you must hold a driver qualification card with less than five years to expiry, or your driver qualification card has already expired or you have ‘acquired rights’. If you are not sure if you are eligible, just give us a call and we will confirm eligibility for you.
We are currently offering the following modules.
|Date||Course Name||Suitable For|
|02/12/2017||Drivers Hours/Tachographs(fully booked)||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|11/12/2017||Emergency First Aid at Work||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|12/12/2017||Security/Economical Driving||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|13/12/2017||Drivers Hours/Tachographs||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|14/12/2017||Vehicle Checks & Defects/ Licence, Weights & Dimensions||LGV Drivers Only|
|15/12/2017||Company & Public Image/Tiredness, Diet & Lifestyle||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|15/01/2018||Drivers Hours/Tachographs||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|16/01/2018||Security/Economical Driving||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|17/01/2018||Vulnerable Road Users||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|18/01/2018||Health & Safety/Fire Marshal||LGV & PCV Drivers|
|19/01/2018||Company & Public Image/Tiredness, Diet & Lifestyle||LGV & PCV Drivers|
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.
Courses for individuals are available at our premises. The cost for each day is £68.75 (including VAT and DVSA upload fee) except for the Emergency First Aid at Work module which is £78.oo and includes a First Aid Certificate valid for three years.
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.