Driver CPC Periodic Training
Driver CPC is short for “Driver Certificate of Professional Competence”. This was introduced by an EU Directive in 2003.
LGV and PCV drivers require to complete a total of 35 hours of CPC Periodic training every 5 years. This is classroom based and modules are delivered in 7 hour sessions.
Approved JAUPT Centre
Lloyds School of Motoring is a JAUPT approved Driver CPC training provider. Approved Centre number AC00884.
We offer a programme of courses throughout the year.
Courses are delivered onsite at our own premises as well as in-house to clients who have a sufficiently large group of drivers.
We accommodate training on both weekdays or at the weekend.
Each course is delivered in modules of 7 hours’ duration and the topics covered include:
- Driver’s Hours & Tachographs
- Health and Safety
- Emergency First Aid
- Loads Calculations and Banksman Signals
Courses are attendance based and you are not required to complete any tests.
On completion of 35 hours of training, a Driver Qualification Card will be issued.
Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, we currently have no classroom CPC Periodic dates.
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Deadlines for drivers who had or have acquired rights
|Training block||Lorry driver||Bus or coach driver||Dual-category driver (lorry, bus and coach)|
|First block of training||9 September 2014||9 September 2013||9 September 2013|
|Second block of training||9 September 2019||9 September 2018||9 September 2019*|
|Third block of training||9 September 2024||9 September 2023||9 September 2024|