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Driver CPC

Driver-CPC

Overview

You must have a full Driver CPC if you drive a lorry, bus or coach as the main part of your job.

You must complete five, seven-hour CPC modules to gain this qualification.

The CPC qualification lasts for five years. To keep this qualification, drivers need to complete 35-hours of training before the deadline.

Course Content

The 35-hours of training is split into the following modules.

  • Driver hours, tacho awareness and drivers hours rules
  • Manual handling, walk around checks and defects
  • Rules of the road and road traffic accidents
  • Vulnerable road users
  • Health and safety for drivers and driver welfare.

You do not have to complete your 35-hours all in one week, this can be spread out as long as you gain the hours before the five-year deadline.

Course Benefits

This course can be delivered at your site or from training centres in Skegness, Louth, Doncaster and Scarborough for your convenience.

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