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Driver CPC

35 Hours Online Periodic CPC Course - Guaranteed Pass


UK Driver CPC Network

Summary

Price
£400 inc VAT
Or £66.67/mo. for 6 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
35 hours
Certification
Driver CPC
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Additional info
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Overview


Recognised RTITB course covering standard modules supplied by national awarding body.

HGV / LGV drivers only (PCV must have C1 category)

5 days - Monday to Friday 7 hours per day plus breaks

35 hours total training

Guaranteed pass

Hours are uploaded by us to DVSA

Which triggers release of Driver Qualification Card to attendees home address (as to where there drivers licence is registered to).

Once you receive card you are then legal to drive and look for a job.

Eligibility criteria applies.

Attendee must have valid UK Drivers licence with either C1 date before 09/09/2009 or have an in date Driver Qualification card.

Certification

Driver CPC

Awarded by RTITB

Course media

Description

Monday 15th February - Friday 19th February 2021

Course conducted via Zoom


Start 7.30 aprox finish 4.00 pm


No test or exam - guaranteed pass *

* You must complete the full week and complete registration and feedback

Monday 15th February - Friday 19th February 2021

Course conducted via Zoom

Start 7.30 approx finish 4.00 pm

No test or exam - guaranteed pass *

* You must complete the full week and complete registration and feedback

More details here

https://www.ukdrivercpccourses.co.uk/CPC-Online-Webinar-Information

Who is this course for?

MONDAY

Reducing Drivers’ Hours Rules Infringements & Improving the Safety of Food and Drink Deliveries

This course explores:-

Drivers Hours, Driving Limits Breaks and Rest, Working Time Directive, Record Keeping & Food Safety Regulations and Hygiene, Chilled and Frozen Food, Food and Drink Deliveries, Manual Handling in Food and Drink


TUESDAY

Reducing Incidents Involving Fluids and Live Loads & Dealing with Common Emergency Situations

This course explores:-

Load Safety Regulations, Principles of Safe Loading, Planning to Load and Unload, Effects of Fluids and Liquids on Vehicle Stability & Breakdowns, Bridge Strikes, Fire


WEDNESDAY

Overcoming the Challenges of Varying Road Conditions & Overcoming Daily Driving Challenges

This course explores:-

Driving in Challenging Weather Conditions, Winter Driving, Reacting to Road Conditions Green, Roadworks and Traffic & Route Planning, The Highway Code, Bridge Strikes, Roadworks and Traffic


THURSDAY

Reducing Digital Tachograph Infringements & Understanding Mental Health in the Workplace

This course explores:-

Digital Tachograph Unit, Using the Digital Tachograph, Digital Tachograph-Malfunction and Events, Digital Tachograph-Enforcement & An Introduction to Mental Health & Depression, Bullying in the Workplace, Stress and the Workplace


FRIDAY

Employers’ Duties Towards Compliance A & Improving Drivers’ Daily Duties Towards Road Freight Compliance

This course explores:-

Transport Manager, O Licensing, Vehicle Selection, Insurance & Driver Licensing, Weights and Dimensions, Inspections and Prohibitions, OCRS

Requirements

HGV Drivers who have C1 date before 09/09/2009


Or those with a DQC needing renewal

Requirements (recommended)

Device capable of conducting Zoom session

Career path

Guaranteed pass

Hours are uploaded by us to DVSA

Which triggers release of Driver Qualification Card to attendees home address (as to where there drivers licence is registered to).

Once you receive card you are then legal to drive and look for a job.

Questions and answers


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nigel asked:

So logistics jobs are asking for CPC but not necessarily to drive a vehicle but just understand regulations, would this be right qualification to take

Answer:

Yes.

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David asked:

I have a provisional PSV but not a HGV License , Am I eligible to do this course?

Answer:

Check our website to see if you are. Or download our WhatTheTruck app

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Laurence asked:

Hi, I have CPC card but have not completed my last 2 modules. Can I sit both modules in a week

Answer:

Hi Laurence Depends which 2 modules you mean?

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Michael asked:

I have a provisional license I have passed my HGV theory and hazard Perception can I do this.

Answer:

We would need to know your C1 date and expiry date of your DQC. Rather than post those details here probably best to complete Step1 (Enquiry Form) on our website and we will get back to you.

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david asked:

when is next course after the 15/3/21

Answer:

We have courses running every day. Enter your details on our website and we'll get back to you. UK Driver CPC Network.

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david asked:

hi i a pcv cpc card which runs out 12/3/21 do i just do the course or need to aply for a car aswell

Answer:

You need to do the course and that's how you get your card. No need to apply separately.

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Sean asked:

Hi, is this course suitable for an aquired rights license (c1 & C1E) holder to obtain a CPC card?

Answer:

Hi Yes. If your C1 date is before 09/09/2009 or if it's after you need a DQC to be eligble. See our website for clarification on how the date you gained C1 impacts on this.

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