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Driver CPC 
LGV Driver Essentials 
COURSE CONTENT: Introduction,Aims, Objectives and incentives, EU Drivers hours Regulations, the road transport (working time) regulations, EU Tachograph regulations, How to use the digital tacho with the use of simulators, Penalties for infringements, Course evaluation and close 
Daily Defects and the Highway Code 
COURSE CONTENT: The vehicle licensing act, roadworthiness inspections, defect reporting, use of ancillary equipment, the Highway Code, road traffic signs and their meanings, speed and stopping, seat belts and in vehicle technology, hazard perception, course evaluation and close 
Fuel Efficient Driving and Vulnerable Road Users/Manual Handling and Fitness to Drive 
COURSE CONTENT: Fuel efficient driving and why we do it, what to look out for with vulnerable road users and how to avoid accidents, Voluntary breathalyser test, Manual Handling and Fitness to drive (alcohol and drugs) 
Safe loading/Safe working 
COURSE CONTENT: Approved codes of practice for loading, the forces acting on the load, methods of securing your load, delivering safely, maximum weights, load distribution, Health and safety,Safety on site, Safety in the workplace, Working at height, manual handling, PPE Rules of the road, evaluation and close 
Management CPC 
Refresher Courses 


Drivers of commercial vehicles over 3.5 ton are required to hold a Drivers Qualification Card from September 2014. Some exceptions will apply, however 96% of drivers will need to comply with the Driver CPC legislation. Drivers are required to undertake 35 hours of periodic training to qualify for a drivers qualification card. It is not an examination it is an attendance only course. 
Tachoscan offer a wide variety of courses tailored for each individual clients needs. Our prices are competitive, If you can’t see what you are looking for then just give us a call to discuss your requirements. 


It is a legal requirement that all Transport Managers are qualified and obtain the Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC). This is to ensure that those who are appointed to this role are of good repute and are trained to a professional and competent level. 
The examination is set and marked by OCR and consists of two elements – Multiple Choice Assessment (60 Questions) and a Case Study Assessment. Full Course is 8 Days + 1 Day for the exam. X-Ray are approved, OCR approval number: 06830 


It is a legal requirement that all Transport Managers are qualified and obtain the Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC). This is to ensure that those who are appointed to this role are of good repute and are trained to a professional and competent level. This course is aimed at transport professionals who need to refresh their knowledge. 
Our Transport Management CPC Refresher Training has been designed to bring transport managers and operators up to date with recent legislative changes and operator obligations. Our refresher course is conducted over 2 Days and has been approved by JAUPT to qualify towards 14 hrs of Driver CPC Training.  


What happens if I do not pass? 
We will look at the results and will address your weak points, we then offer 2-3 days revision prior to the next exam to focus on the areas which have been highlighted. 
Why should I do the training? 
The Management CPC Training Course is a legal requirement in the Transport Industry. Operators of a Standard National and Standard International licence, by law, must have a qualified Transport Manager who has obtained their CPC. 
Why is it important to pass? 
If you do not have a CPC certificate then you cannot be an appointed Transport Manager on an Operators Licence. 


You must do 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) to drive a lorry, bus or coach. The deadline to do your training is shown on your card. It’s up to you when you take the training courses, as long as you do them within the 5-year period. 
It is illegal to drive professionally if you haven’t done your training by the deadline. You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving professionally without Driver CPC. 
Only approved Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) courses count towards periodic training. You can choose which courses to attend. X-Ray are a JAUPT approved Consortium: CM00475/53. 


As a haulier you need to be aware of the laws on transporting dangerous goods by road, and the procedures involved in classifying such goods. The drivers of all vehicles (including those with a gross vehicle weight of 3.5 tonnes or less) carrying dangerous goods must have an ADR training certificate. There are exemptions for drivers carrying small loads below the threshold limits, drivers carrying dangerous goods packed in limited quantities, and drivers carrying dangerous goods packed in accepted quantities. The purpose of ADR is to ensure that dangerous goods (including clinical and other dangerous waste) being carried by road can cross international borders freely, as long as goods, vehicles and drivers comply with its provisions. ADR has been in force since 1968 and is administered by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). It’s updated every 2 years to take account of technological advances. 


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