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Who Should Attend

  • Drivers with “acquired rights” (sometimes known as “grandfather rights”) who passed their test before September 2009 (LGV). 

  • Drivers who need to acquire 7 hours towards their 35 hours of periodic training.

Course Outline

To provide delegates with a knowledge and understanding of the graduated fxed penalty and OCRS systems. To remind drivers of certain legal restrictions on LGV/PSVs. To consider the driving licence system, its categories, restrictions and requirements. To refresh knowledge of the Highway Code and to understand the requirement for a daily vehicle check by drivers.

Training Methods
A classroom based course supplemented with tutorials and videos.

Driver CPC Approved

Yes – 7 Hours (course M2)


Ratios

Locations

Cardiff, Swansea, Client Site.

Additional Information

In order to claim Driver Certificate of Professional Competence credit, delegates attending this course must have a valid licence for categories C, C1, C1+E, C+E, and must present a driving licence when attending the course.
COTS are fully approved by JAUPT to deliver Driver CPC periodic training.

 

Course content

  • Requirements of and exemptions from Driver CPC

  • The practical effects of the Operator licensing system

  • The classifcation and requirements of the driver licensing system

  • Medicals and other requirements of the driver licensing system

  • Drink/drug driving

  • The Graduated Fixed Penalty system

  • The OCRS system

  • The use of seat belts and mobile phones

  • The Trade licence system

  • The Highway Code

  • Vehicle maximum weights, lengths and projecting loads

  • The daily vehicle check

Course Dates

For course dates and prices, contact us today on 01792 587250

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