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CPC Training The law for all PCV and LGV drivers is changing. From September 10th 2008 all PCV (and all LGV from September 2009) drivers of vehicles categorised as requiring D1, D1+E, D or D+E and C1, C1+E, C or C+E will be required to hold a drivers CPC in addition to their normal license. The CPC is achieved by each driver undertaking 35 hours training every 5 years. The 35 hours is broken up into 7 hour sessions which can be taken in a one week intensive course or periodically over the five year period. Our courses have been carefully designed to include all elements of the Drivers CPC Syllabus as defined by JAUPT and Automotive Training Ltd has qualified trainers to help you through your CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) or ADR (Dangerous Goods) Course and provide you with the qualification that you need to do your job. On successful completion of each training session the candidate is registered with JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) and a Driver Qualification Card (DQA) will be issued after the completion of the 35 hours training. It is a requirement to carry the card when driving.CPC Training - what's involved The required training is divided into 5 topics: Drivers' Hours Taking Care of the Driver First Aid & Emergencies Improving Customer Relations Passenger Transport Operations Course description Taking Care of the Driver: Risk Assessment, Manual Handling, Physical & Mental Well being Accidents at work, statistics, prevention and financial consequences Risk Assessment and the control of accident risk Preventing physical risks to the driver Access to, and practical use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Improving the health of the driver, physical and mental well being Balanced eating and exercise planning Effects and implications of alcohol, drugs or other substances likely to affect work performance Fatigue and stress management and the importance of an effective work/rest balance Drivers can develop learning from this course to obtain the following qualifications Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC): Level 3, OCR Certificate in Risk Assessment: Level 2, British Safety Council Certificate in Health & Safety at Work: Level 2, NCFE Certificate in Manual Handling Risk Assessment: Level 2, British Safety Council Working Safely: IOSH

CPC Training The law for all PCV and LGV drivers is changing. From September 10th 2008 all PCV (and all LGV from September 2009) drivers of vehicles categorised as requiring D1, D1+E, D or D+E and C1, C1+E, C or C+E will be required to hold a drivers CPC in addition to their normal license. The CPC is achieved by each driver undertaking 35 hours training every 5 years. The 35 hours is broken up...

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