Driver CPC - Road Traffic Incident Management Skills
Who does Driver CPC apply to?
Driver CPC applies to all new and existing drivers who wish to drive professionally and who require an LGV or PCV licence in order to carry out their job.
Existing Drivers (PCV)
All drivers of PCV vehicles, holding a category D, D1, D+E or D1+E licence at 10th September 2008, will need to complete 35 hours of periodic training before 10th September 2013, unless exempt. This also includes drivers who hold D1 entitlement by virtue of passing a car test pre-1997. After this, they will need to undertake a further 35 hours of training every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC.
Existing Drivers (LGV)
All drivers of LGV vehicles, holding a category C, C1, C+E or C1+E licence at 10th September 2009, will need to complete 35 hours of periodic training before 10th September 2014, unless exempt. This also includes drivers who hold C1 entitlement by virtue of passing a car test pre-1997 and drivers who hold HGV class 1, 2 or 3, gained prior to 1991. After this, they will need to undertake a further 35 hours of training every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC.
New drivers who gain their initial Driver CPC after 10th September 2008 (PCV) or 10th September 2009 (LGV) will immediately begin their cycle of periodic training upon receipt of their Driver Qualification Card (DQC) and will need to complete 35 hours of training within five years of attaining their initial Driver CPC and then complete 35 hours of training every subsequent five years. Periodic Training could include courses in subjects such as Disability Awareness, Tachograph Regulations and Safe & Fuel-Efficient Driving.
Driver CPC Periodic Training
Vehicles over 3.5 ton for professional drivers (If hiring a van to move house then not required.). Horse box owners are also not required, but stable hand if a main part of their job will need driver CPC.
Duration: 5 x 7hour modules.
Ratio: Up to 12 candidates
These can be completed in a 5 day block or a day at a time over the required 5 year period.
- Drivers' Hours and Tachographs (digital or analogue)
- Road Traffic Incident Management Skills
- Safe Vehicle Operations and Loading
- Safe and Economic Driving
- Health & Safety in Transport Operations
- Safe, Efficient and Secure Transport Operations
- Road Traffic Incident Management and Emergency first aid
Competence is not required purely attendance and this is recorded on the DSA database, CPC is then renewed automatically on completion of the 35 hours. Only one set of 35 hours needs to be completed to cover both LGV and PCV.
CPC training can only be .off the job.
Forklift and other courses can count if approved to CPC standards.
This training can be completed at your site or one of our venues.
Contact us on 01964 529006 for more details or to book a course.