CPC Training

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Tutor: Andy Swan

CPC training is a required course that all professional drivers of buses and coaches (D, D1, DE, D1E licence holders) and professional drivers of Lorries (3500kg) must hold. professionals should complete every five years. It improves skills and keeps you up to date with the latest rules and regulations out on the roads.

Without completing this test, you could face a fine of up to £1000.

What Will We Cover?

From safety regulations, health and safety, representing the company, all the way through to logistics.
Take a look below at just some of the topics we’ll cover.

Frequently Asked Questions

All drivers need to complete a minimum of 35 hours of periodic training every five years. The training will require attendance at courses but will not require drivers to take or pass further examinations.

Periodic training is continuing professional development for bus, coach and lorry drivers. It carries on throughout the professional driver’s career – no matter how infrequently they drive.

No. There is no requirement for a course to include a test or a pass/fail element.

There are exemptions from the Driver CPC qualification for drivers of vehicles:

• used for the non-commercial carriage of passengers or goods, for personal use

• undergoing road tests for technical development, repair or maintenance

purposes, or new or rebuilt vehicles not yet put into service

• used in the course of driving lessons for any person wishing to obtain a driving

licence or Driver CPC

• carrying material or equipment to be used by the driver in the course of his

or her work, provided that driving the vehicle does not constitute the driver’s

principal activity

• with a maximum authorised speed not exceeding 45km/h

• used by, or under the control of, the armed forces, civil defence, the fire service,

and forces responsible for maintaining public order

• used in states of emergency or assigned to rescue missions.

You will be able to prove you hold Driver CPC by a Driver Qualification Card (DQC). The card will be issued to new drivers automatically on successfully passing the initial qualification. Drivers with acquired rights (holding a GB photo card licence) will be automatically issued with the card on completion of the 35th hour of periodic training.

Those drivers with acquired rights will be able to use their driving licence as proof of their Driver CPC status until they have completed their 35 hours training within the first five year cycle at which point they will be issued with a DQC.

Here’s what our happy drivers had to say about our services:

Cracking bloke with loads of experience to back him up for what he is talking about.

David Clayton

Great course delivered in an informative and relaxed atmosphere, great job done in a professional manner, would highly recommend this service to any professional driver, cheers Andy

Lee Turley

Easy going, great way he goes about his course, actually makes them interesting

Lee Kelly,

Great teacher, passed first time very happy definitely recommend.