Following the success of our Transport Manager/Compliance Managers’ Course we were requested to develop a 1-day course for those in the Office, dealing with drivers on a day to day basis, thereby understanding the law and the vital importance of their role within the Operation in achieving the highest levels of compliance. Therefore, this course covers the legislation they need to know and convey to the drivers they deal with, but also what may happen to the driver and the Operator if it goes wrong.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Traffic Planners, Office Compliance Assistants, any personnel in day to day contact with the drivers for legislation, planning or compliance purposes. – Please note this course is approved by JAUPT and will count as 7 hours of Driver CPC Training Requirements.
Duration: 7 Hours
Next course: Click here to view the calendar of dates and locations.
What to bring with you:
You must bring one of these to your Driver CPC training course:
- a photocard driving licence
- a valid passport
- a digital tachograph card
- a Driver CPC card
Certificate of attendance
You will get a certificate of attendance at the end of the course. It belongs to you – your employer isn’t allowed to keep it.
Your Driver CPC training record
We will enter your training on your Driver CPC training record. Contact us if it isn’t showing on your record five days after the course.
If you miss your training deadline
If you miss your training deadline, you can’t drive professionally without the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC).
“MOST IMPORTANT COURSE”
Mark Buxton – Transport Manager | Bournemouth Transport, Bournemouth
“By far the most important course I have attended this year to help with my career development. The trainers certainly know their stuff. Thank you.”
By the end of the course, delegates who started with either minimal or sound knowledge will have a solid grounding in the Regulations, their purpose and their individual responsibility to the law. For all delegates they should be able to apply working knowledge of the Regulations in practice and, in particular, be able to identify which Regulations impact on them on a daily basis and which issues are most likely to directly affect their compliance and how to address and resolve these matters. They will also have a greater understanding of the consequences of non-compliance and how that may affect them, the Operator and other road users.