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The Driver CPC is for LGV and PCV drivers who drive professionally throughout the UK. It has been developed as a requirement of the EU Directive 2003/59, which is designed to improve the knowledge and skills of professional LGV and PCV drivers throughout their working life. There are two parts to the legislation:
PCV drivers now have until September 2018 to complete their next 35 hours of periodic training.
LGV/HGV drivers have until September 2019 to complete theirs it is also the drivers responsibility to acquire this training.
Testimonial Was a good course made better by someone who didn’t pretend to have all the answers. Andrew Styles
There is a fine for drivers who are driving without the cpc and the company who employs them as drivers will also be find BUT their fine will be greater than the drivers fine as they should have check to see if they have the DQC card.
Where can I get trained? Only approved courses taken with approved training centres will count towards periodic training. As a training centre we are registered with the jaupt and the dvsa all training is in the class room but can be transferred the vehicle for certain parts of the courses for instance drivers daily walk round checks.
Testimonial Drivers hours was very nteresting learned a lot very relax atmosphere . Paul Harris
Testimonial Driver Fatigue course great didn’t fall asleep once load safe interesting well done Steve Wright.
Drivers completing seven hours training will have their details uploaded to the DVSA register. Once a driver has completed 35 hours of training, the DVSA will automaticity issue a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) which is sent to the driver’s home address.
Driver licences Please note that on the day of the course we will need proof of ID for every driver. This can be a photo card licence plus the paper counterpart. Or it can be an old style paper licence plus a current passport. No other forms of ID are acceptable. If we are not able to verify identity by seeing either of these forms of ID on the day we will not be able to upload the 7 hours accreditation onto the DVSA database.