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Do you need to be CPC Driver qualified?
If you want to drive a goods vehicle over 3.5 tonnes or a passenger vehicle with more than eight seats professionally you need a Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence). If you passed your car driving test before January 1997 then you have acquired rights to the Initial Driver CPC qualification. However you are required to undertake 35hrs Approved Driver CPC training every five years to maintain your qualification. New LGV or PCV drivers need to successfully complete Modules 2 & 4 with DVSA and then undertake 35hrs Approved Driver CPC training every five years to maintain their qualification.
Why take your Driver CPC training with us?
If you have already attended Driver CPC training sessions with other providers, you may have experienced a lack of interaction, with the trainer reading from a very rambling PowerPoint presentation. Our training material is bang up to date, not just the content but in the way in which it is delivered Our trainers are trained to quickly establish the class’s needs and adjust the training session accordingly. By using humour, team spirit, competition and open debate, we ensure that the aim of each session is met. Delegates’ experience is acknowledged, knowledge is shared, and they are treated as Professionals. Each training session will encourage you to continue to develop your skills in the ever-changing world of transport.
All of our trainers are members of the Pride Consortium.
You will find that we think outside the box – we are different!