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Counter Terrorism CPC

7 Hours - online CPC course using Zoom


Newcroft Training

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£60 inc VAT (was £80)
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Offer ends 30 November 2020
Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
8 hours, Full-time
Qualification
Driver Certificate of Professional Competence
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Overview

At the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and awareness to become more security conscious as part of your daily working practice. It will also make you more vigilant and aware of what to check and look for regarding criminal activity and terrorism

Includes - How terrorists can use HGVs to carry out attacks and the techniques used by clandestine entrants in their attempt to enter the UK illegally

Qualification

Driver Certificate of Professional Competence

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Description

These 35 hours can be taken in 5 lots of 7 hour instalments (e.g. 7 hours each year) or in one solid block (35 hours over 5 days). Newcroft Training also has a JAUPT accreditation and will certify your attendance for every 7 hours taken there are 35 hours to complete, once completed, you will receive your Drivers Qualification Card from the DVSA

Newcroft Training has been an Approved Driver CPC centre, delivering Driver CPC Training for many years, we are established in Essex from our 25 years as a Limited Company. We are always designing & delivering new Driver CPC courses to keep you and your drivers engaged. Known for a friendly and relaxed atmosphere for all Driver Training in Essex.

Who is this course for?

All drivers with an HGV/PCV licence must commit 35 hours of classroom training within 5 years. This is an EU requirement (EU Directive 2003/59).

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