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Driver CPC training




As an employer or driver you can’t choose whether to train or not.

But you can choose a training company that offers cost effective training packages that are designed to improve the professionalism of drivers and give a return on investment CPC
Check your driver CPC periodic training hours

Driver CPC Training Manchester FORS accredited training available

Driver CPC for lorry, bus and coach drivers in the UK.

Our service includes CPC, ADR & PDP Training Dangerous Goods Awareness Training.

Driver CPC ADR Training

The main aim behind the Driver CPC is to improve road safety; provide better qualified drivers who are up to date current legislation and to help reduce road casualties. The driver CPC Training Manchester should also result in improved productivity for employers as a result of more professional drivers. Driver CPC, Under legislation, EU Directive 2003/59, it is required by all professional LGV and PCV drivers. Driver CPC is periodic training designed to train the individual driver’s and be relevant to their every day job. Drivers will get their Driver Qualification Card (DQC) once they have completed their 35 hours periodic training.

Cat D & C licence upgrade

Following the recent changes to vocational licensing test requirements holders of a manual category B licence can take their LGV/PCV test in an automatic vehicle and still receive a manual pass for category C/D.
I can’t stress the manual car licence part enough. If your licence has the restriction code 78 next to your B entitlement on the photo card, stop reading now.

Importantly, existing licence holders can claim the upgrade meaning those that passed their LGV/PCV test in an automatic but have a manual car licence can request the restriction to be removed. All that is required from you is to send a letter to DVLA requesting the upgrade thus removing the 78 restriction code on the C/D entitlement.

Letters requesting the upgrade should be sent to:

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ADR Training

Manchester, Oldham, Stockport, Trafford Park also Stoke, Wakefield, Chester, Birmingham, Ellesmere Port.

ADR licence is required to carry Dangerous Goods across Europe and the UK. A licence last for 5 years and can be renewed in your last year.

We offer Initial and Refresher Training all SQA accredited and delivered by our professional trainers at driver CPC Training Manchester

We have a high pass rate and with the new online exams are sure your drivers will receive the required training to pass on the day and come away with their pass result.

We can also deliver Dangerous Goods Awareness training for other members of staff who handle Dangerous Goods.

PDP Training

PDP Training 5 year or annualised training is required by Tanker Drivers who wish to go on to refineries and collect fuel. This is an industry standard required by most refineries across the UK.

Although not a legal requirement this is now classed as industry standard. Delivered by our ex-fule tanker driver trainer.

Train the Trainer

We offer a train the trainer  course to help your staff deliver fun effective training to your staff. Once completed you will be offered the chance to join our consortium and deliver your own in house training. Call us now to discus your requirements.

ADR Training Courses

Train the Trainer

We offer a train the trainer course to help your staff deliver fun effective training to your staff. Once completed you will be offered the chance to join our consortium and deliver your own in house training. Call us now to discus your requirements.

Transport Managers CPC

Management CPC
International Road Haulage CPC National & International

An intensive ten-day course , leading up to and including a formal assessment by the examining board OCR.

Allows the holder to apply for a Standard International Operators Licence, proving that they are professionally competent, which enables an operator to carry goods for hire or reward.

This is a management CPC qualification, so although there are no minimum entry qualifications, a basic knowledge of accounting procedures, maintenance records etc is an advantage.


Unit R1: This Unit is assessed by a single two hour examination consisting of 60 multiple choice type questions. A notional pass mark of 70% is applied to this examination.

Unit R2: An open book case study examination which consists of a scenario followed by questions to be answered in two hours. Question types include short answer responses, longer length analytical responses, drawing up schedules,interpreting data and numerical calculations. A national pass mark of 50% is applied to this examination. (This case study is 2 hours 15 minutes duration)

The course covers

Business and Company Law, Industrial Relations, Health and Safety, Financial Management, Commercial Conduct of the Business, Marketing, Organisation Charts, KPIs and Work Plans, Business Taxation.
Operator Licensing, Drivers’ Hours and Records, Planned Preventive Maintenance, Vehicle Costing, Vehicle Taxation, Transport Ancillaries and Contracts of Carriage, Electronic Data, Weights and Dimensions of Vehicles and Loads, Safe Loading of Vehicles and Transit of Goods
Mechanical Conditions – Plating and Testing, Mechanical Conditions – Fleet Inspections and Enforcement, Driver Licensing, Speed Limits and Traffic Regulations.
Traffic Accident Procedure, Insurance, Vehicle Selection, Permits, Transit Systems, Frontier Crossings, International Transport Documentation.

Operator Licence Awareness Training (OLAT)

Transport Managers Refresher Training (TMR)

This course is delivered as a one day course aimed at Company Directors, Partners and Proprietors and provides an overview of Operator Licence requirements to re-affirm the undertakings given to the Traffic Commissioner when applying for an ‘O’ Licence.

The course may also be required to be undertaken following an instruction from a Traffic Commissioner. This is common when an Operator holding either a Standard or Restricted Operator License and has appeared at a Public Inquiry. The Institute course complies fully with the expectations of the Traffic Commissioners.

The Operator Licence Awareness Training (OLAT) course is designed to give the operator the ability to prevent future non-compliance, covering:
• Operator Licensing – Application; Conditions; Notifiable Changes; Legal Responsibilities
• Safe Loading of Vehicles – including Load Restraint, calculation of payload and safe load distribution
• Weights and Dimensions of Vehicles
• Drivers Hours – EU drivers hours and the Road Transport Working Time Directive; Drivers Hours Records for Analogue and Digital Tachographs; Working Time Directive for non-driving personnel; Planning Safe Overnight Parking
• Driver Licensing
• Speed Limits
• Planned Preventive Maintenance – including Drivers’ Defect Reporting; Enforcement
• Operational Security
• Operator Compliance Risk Scores (OCRS)

FORS Training

Safe Urban Driving
Driver training that can help save lives
The FORS and CLOCS Approved Safe Urban Driving course is a course for HGV/LGV Drivers and focuses on the safety of vulnerable road users. The course can contribute towards 7 hours driver CPC training.

The day includes practical ‘on-road’ cycle training to give the driver a real life experience from the perspective of a cyclist riding on the UK’s roads.

CPC24-7 are running the approved, Safe Urban Driving Courses across the UK.

A number of courses are fully-funded for FORS Accredited businesses across the UK.

The course consists of two 3.5 hour modules (both delivered on the same day).
Module 1

The first module is classroom-based theory, which includes information about sharing the roads safely and the safety of vulnerable road users. Delegates are encouraged to engage with question and answer sessions and share experiences.

Module 2

The second module, an outdoor practical session where drivers get on bikes equipped with helmets and high vis jackets and get a cyclist’s view of the road. This part of the course focuses on sharing the road safely and highlights the vulnerability of other road users. It also explains how our city streetscapes are evolving to encourage more active travel such as walking and cycling.
The course meets the requirements for the CLOCS Scheme, which is now being specified by many construction companies across the UK. These courses count as 7 hours DCPC.