Driver CPC Periodic Training
Driver CPC Periodic Training Courses
CB Training offer a solution to the driver CPC training by offering a variety of useful courses coupled with extra driver qualifications.Course content
(CPC courses include various content some of which are listed below)
- DE 13 – Emergency First Aid at Work Course
- DE 14 – Health & Safety, Speed Limits, Seat Belts, Manual Handling
- DE 15 – Vehicle Banks-man, Driver Observations, Bridge Strikes
- DE 16 – Falls from vehicles, loading, delivering safely, road signs and markings
- DE17 – Coming soon
Current PCV / LGV Licence
8 hr course
Number of delegates
Various group sizes
Drivers will need to complete 35 hours of CPC Periodic training every 5 years.
Facilities / requirements
A training room suitable for the number of delegates will be required. All drivers will need to have both parts of their drivers licence.Availability
On-site & Training Centre
Jaupt Approved Qualification
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Driver CPC Courses in Corby, Kettering, Wellingborough, Northampton, Bedford, Milton Keynes, Leicester, Daventry, Rugby and surrounding areas
You can choose to complete whichever course or courses you wish to make up your 35 hours required training. The requirement is that you complete 35 hours of Driver CPC Training in each set 5 year period, by ideally completing at least 7 hours of Driver CPC Training in each 12 month period.
The second 5 year period for PCV ends on September 9th 2018, and for LGV/HGV drivers ends on September 9th 2019, which means all professional drivers must have completed their full 35 hours of training by the relevant date.
If you have not completed any Driver CPC Training, you will need to book onto 5 modules to be completed before this date, otherwise you will not be able to drive professionally.
CPC Course Delivery
Our Northamptonshire training centre is open Monday to Saturday for CPC training with courses running from 24 hours.
Our courses can also be delivered at your own site during the week or at week-ends at no extra cost.
Frequently asked questions about CPC Training ?????
How do I check how many hours Driver CPC I have?
The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) Records and Evidence Unit has confirmed the procedures for drivers to obtain statements of periodic training they have undertaken to obtain a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( Driver CPC).
To find out how many hours of Periodic Training a driver has completed they should contact the DSA by e-mail at CPCRE@dsa.gsi.gov.uk and provide:
- A request for a statement of Periodic Training to be posted to their home address
- Date of Birth
- Driver licence number
- Home address
Only the driver may make the request and the statement will be posted to the driver’s home address as shown on their driving licence. Members may wish to ask potential new drivers to provide statements of training as part of the driver recruitment process.
Alternatively you can check online by registering your details with the DVLA, simply follow the link below:
What does the Driver CPC involve?
As well as a driving licence, lorry and bus & coach drivers who drive professionally will have to hold a Certificate of Professional Competence which is renewable every 5 years. There will be an initial qualification for new drivers, and periodic training for new and existing drivers.
Can I work without undertaking Driver CPC?
No. Not unless you fall under one of the exemptions.
Is periodic Driver CPC training a one-off or repeated?
Periodic Training has to be done every 5 years for as long as a driver wishes to drive Cat C/D vehicles professionally.
How will a driver be able to prove Driver CPC status?
After completion of all 35 hours of Driver CPC training, drivers will be issued with a DQC card.