Driver’s CPC 1 Day Course

Pricing from £99.00

We have the following courses that are CPC approved:

  • Driver’s Essentials – Drivers hours and tachographs
  • Load and Load Security – Restraints, vehicle weights and transporting different types of loads
  • First Aid – Emergency response, CPR, diagnosis’ and treatment
  • General Health & Safety – Manual handling, risk assessments and accident prevention
  • Fuel Effuciency & Driver Licensing – Fuel efficient driving, maintenance and license categories explained

The following courses may be included when booking a HIAB training course:

  • Lorry Mounted Crane Day 1 (7 hours) – Theory, operation and assessment on the HIAB
  • Lorry Mounted Crane Day 2 (7 hours) – Practice, operation and assessment on the HIAB

The following courses may be included when booking an ADR training course:

  • ADR Day 1 (7 hours) – Core and packages
  • ADR Day 2 – (7 hours) – Core and packages
  • ADR Day 3 – (7 hours) – Core and packages
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Who requires the Driver's CPC?

Driver’s CPC

All drivers who are driving vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, or with 9 Passenger seats or more are required to do the Periodic / Driver’s CPC (as well as the initial where applicable) – 35 Hours of CPC training every five years.

Exemptions –

Certain drivers do not require to have the drivers Certificate of Professional Competence  – These are either based on what the vehicle is transporting, or what the vehicle is used for. Drivers are exempt if the vehicle is:

  • used for non-commercial carriage of passengers or goods, for personal use;
  • undergoing road tests for technical development, repair or maintenance purposes, or of new or rebuilt vehicles which have not yet been put into service; (must be driven by a qualified motor mechanic)
  • used in the course of driving lessons for the purpose of enabling that person to obtain a driving licence or a Drivers CPC; (must be driven by driving instructors)
  • carrying material or equipment to be used by that person in the course of his or her work, provided that driving that vehicle does not constitute the driver’s principal activity**
  • with a maximum authorised speed not exceeding 45 km/h; (such as agricultural tractors)
  • used by, or under the control of, the armed forces, civil defence, the fire service and forces responsible for maintaining public order;
  • used in states of emergency or assigned to rescue missions.

** For example, transporting scaffolding to the drivers place of work. Driving must not become the major part of the work. IE – The work being carried out at the site of work, must be a significantly greater use of time than driving itself.