Driver CPC Courses in Gloucester

We hold driver CPC Courses in Gloucester approximately every 5 weeks with venues such as Badgeworth Village Hall, Pineholt Village Hall, Hucclecote and Longlevens Community Centre, you can find our list of courses by visiting our Course Diary page or by clicking on the link below. These course can be booked individually on a daily basis at £75 per day,or you can book a whole 35hr course in one go at £350 for the week. If you do book a 35hr course we have such a large portfolio of courses you are guaranteed not to do the same course twice!

Next course dates are as follows:-

Gloucester 4th,5th,6th,7th,8th December 2017. To be held at Badgeworth Village Hall, GL51 4UW and Pineholt Village Hall, Hucclecote, GL3 3SN

Click Here to book all 5 days for 4th to 8th December 2017 in Gloucester

Click Here to Book Individual days from 4th to 8th December 2017

 

Our Courses are open to individuals or to company who do not wish to hold courses on there own sites. So why not call us today to discuss your requirements

We have a huge portfolio of Driver CPC Courses, Our courses include Drivers Induction, Drivers Hours, Defect Reporting, Manual Handling, Digital Tachographs, Emergency First Aid for Drivers (certified if required) Driver Compliance, Managing Conflict, Combined CPC and Forklift, Hiab, Moffett training. ( we can deliver Mechanical Handling CPC and include in house refresher training all in the same day)

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We are a proud member of The Drivers CPC Consortium if you would like to know more about us or our consortium clink on the link below, here you can see our extensive list of courses available. Because we have one of the most extensive list of courses available in the UK in enables us to ensure that you can if booking in house courses bespoke the training to meet your own individual requirements

More About Our Drivers CPC Consortium

The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence has been introduced to the UK through EU Directive 2009/59. It is a qualification that all lorry, coach and bus drivers will need if they wish to drive professionally for a living. It has been introduced to improve the skills and knowledge of professional drivers.

 

Driver CPC Training

Every driver of a Large Goods Vehicle or Passenger Carrying Vehicle, who is driving for financial gain,must, by law, train for 35 hours (that’s 5 days), every 5 years.

Driver CPC – Do you needs it?

If you passed your car test AFTER January 1997, and will be using your licence for work, you will need to take the Driver CPC. This is as a result of a change in legislation which took place in September 2009. If you passed your CAR test BEFORE January 1997, and have a C1 or 7.5 ton entitlement on your licence, you do NOT need to take the Driver CPC Initial Qualification. Please see the section relating toPeriodic Training.

Driver CPC Initial Qualification

Driver CPC Initial Qualification consists of two parts,
Module 2 and Module 4.

Module 2 is a case study test which is conducted at the Theory Test Centre. It lasts approximately 30 minutes. This is usually conducted around the same time that you take your theory tests.

Module 4 is a practical demonstration test which lasts approximately 30 minutes. It involves walking around a stationary vehicle with the examiner and demonstrating that you can complete several crucial checks. This is usually conducted after you have passed your practical test or during your training week.

Give us a call on 01452 4525462 to discuss.

Compulsory Driver CPC training.

Since 10th September 2014, any driver who obtained their LGV licence before September 2009 who wants to drive for a living needs to complete Periodic Training.

Any driver who obtained their LGV licence AFTER September 2009 has 5 years to complete 35 hours periodic training from the date of completion of the Driver CPC Initial Qualification.

  •  You need to complete 5 modules, each 7 hours long, across any 5 days.
  •  That’s 35 hours-

If you haven’t completed 35 hours’ Periodic Training and registered it with the DVSA by the 5 year deadline date indicated on your Driver Qualification Card, you won’t be able to legally earn money from driving Heavy Goods Vehicles. ( hire or reward)

If you hold an existing Cat C or C1 licence and you are unsure about how to reactivate your entitlements since the 2014 periodic training deadline, don’t worry – our Training Advisors can advise the best course of action to get you back on the road.

The Driver CPC Periodic Training Requirement is a great opportunity to keep your skill set current, and build valuable new skills to improve and further your career. It doesn’t have to be repetitive and boring! We can arrange to combine your cpc courses with other key skills such as Moffett, Hiab, First Aid, Banksman or Forklift Training.

Spectrum Training

We have a nationwide network of qualified, experienced Instructors who will deliver the training modules you need at a training centre near you., or we can deliver in house. We’ve worked hard to make sure that our training is interesting, relevant. Give us a call and we’ll discuss your options with you. It doesn’t need to be complicated.

Training For Business

If you’re a business and you need to train a group of Drivers, please contact us Today! – we can deliver a course to suit your Driver’s needs at your site, or arrange training locally. The Choice is Yours. Call us now on 01452 452462

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