Driver CPC

We are currently running the following modules and courses towards the 35 hours required for the driver CPC card.

 

7-Hour Modules

  • Tachograph and Drivers Hours

  • Drivers Road Risk & Wellbeing

 

Drivers Modular Course

Mix any two modules taken from any of the eight below:

3.5-Hour Modules

  • Urban and Rural Driving Awareness

  • Drivers Daily Walk-round Checks

  • Economical Driving

  • Transport Operating Procedures

  • Alcohol Awareness

  • Vulnerable Road Users

  • Road Traffic Collision Procedures

  • Safe Loading of Vehicles 

New 2020 dates added. Contact us to book your training course now.

*IMPORTANT UPDATE*

Drivers must not repeat the same periodic training subject within a five-year period.

 

Before booking your CPC courses you may wish to check your driver CPC hours using the following link: 

https://www.gov.uk/check-your-driver-cpc-periodic-training-hours

For customers who have completed all CPC courses with Jim Mair Driver Training we will have access to check the courses you have completed if you are unsure.

Our Next CPC Courses 

Our classroom CPC courses are operating under strict government guidelines in relation to COVID-19.

     

                     

7th December 2020

Safe Loading / Daily checks

8th December 2020

Eco Driving / Urban & Rural

9th December 2020

Drivers Road Risk & Wellbeing

10th December 2020

Transport Operations / Alcohol Awareness

11th December 2020

Tachograph / Drivers Hours

19th December 2020 (Saturday)

Tachograph / Drivers Hours

21st December 2020

Eco Driving / Urban & Rural

22nd December 2020

Safe Loading / Daily Checks

23rd December 2020

Transport Operations / Alcohol Awareness

 

24th December 2020

Drivers Road Risk & Wellbeing  

Please contact us on 01560 600060 to secure your space.

What is Driver CPC?

Driver CPC is a qualification required by both LGV (lorry) and PCV (bus) drivers who drive professionally. It is aimed at improving their driving skills and knowledge and making them more aware during their working career in the industry. Since its introduction in September 2008 for PCV drivers and 2009 for LGV drivers, drivers must obtain a qualification card within the following five years to continue driving by completing 35 hours periodic training to keep it valid.

 

What is Periodic Training?

Periodic training is designed to improve drivers existing knowledge, and make them more courteous towards other road users as well as driving in a more fuel efficient manner, making the roads safer.This also gives the drivers updates in changes to current legislations and continues their personnel development.

 

We have various courses and topics that count towards the 35 hours required. All of our courses have been approved by JAUPT and in some cases can be tailored made to suit any specific requirements.

 

The minimum training session is 7 hours with our instructors.

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