Driver CPC Training / ADR Training

London (Greater)
14 Feb 2018
15 Apr 2018
In your language Polish / Punjabi / Hindi
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Level
Entry level
English, Polish, Punjabi

Contact Details

Driver Certificate of Professional Competence started Sept 2008 for PCV and Sept 2009 for LGV.  
It's aim is to encourage boosting drivers knowledge and skills, maintain high driving standards and improve road safety by continuous development throughout their driving career.
All professional bus, coach and lorry working drivers must hold a valid Driver CPC Driver Qualification Card (DQC).

We can deliver training at your company premises

Each training day lasts 7 hours plus breaks, Driver CPC Periodic Training Subjects include:

Driver CPC Periodic Training Subjects include:

  • Drivers Hours & Digital Tachographs
  • Heath & Safety at Work and the Professional Driver
  • Operations Compliance Enforcement & Load Safety
  • The Safer Driver
  • Vehicle System & What to do to prevent a breakdown
  • On the road, safe and economic driving
  • Delivering Outstanding Customer Service
  • Safe Loading and Manual Handling
  • Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving
  • Vulnerable Road Users

ADR is divided into:

Core: Basic syllabus for carrying any class of dangerous goods in Road tankers, tank containers, packages, drums, cylinders and loose in bulk
Tanks: For carrying any class of dangerous goods, in road tankers or other tanker containers    
Packages & Loose in Bulk: For carrying any class of dangerous goods in (sacks, drums, cylinders, cartons) and loose in bulk (skips, tipper or dust cart bodies etc)
Class 1: Explosives (available at a premium charge - call for details)
Class 2: Gases; compressed, liquefied, dissolved under pressure or refrigerated
Class 3: Flammable liquids
Class 4: Flammable solids, substances liable to spontaneous combustion
Class 5: Oxidising substances and organic peroxides
Class 6: Toxic, harmful and infectious substances
- Class 7: Radioactive (available at a premiium charge - call for details)
Class 8: Corrosives - Acids and Alkalis
Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles, e.g. asbestos, PCBs and any substance or article not covered by the other classes

Choose either paper or on-line SQA exam for Multiple Choice

The seminar will cover ongoing management of the licence in changing business conditions.

Delegates will...

  • Have a better understanding of the principles underpinning the O Licensing System
  • Have a clear understanding of the level of commitment and activity needed to create effective management control systems
  • Be in a position to contribute cost effective, practical solutions regarding compliance in this area
  • Contribute to a beneficial Health & Safety culture in their operation
  • Understand their role in managing the O Licence
  • Understand other colleagues' roles in managing the O Licence
  • Prioritise actions to gain maximum benefit in the shortest time
  • Know where to go for follow-up advice and guidance
  • Be up-to-date with the latest changes in legislation

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