Driver CPC Training Rayleigh
Our team is here to support you and help you pass your Driver CPC training in Rayleigh as quickly as possible.
Since 2009, anyone driving a bus, lorry, truck or coach in Europe must have a valid Driver CPC license or face a £1000 fine. The ‘Driver Certificate of Professional Competence’ is a required addition to your license and has been designed to improve standards of safety on the road. The course develops the knowledge of heavy machinery drivers over a 35 hour period, broken up into 5 daily sections to make the course easier to manage. Our professional instructors have all the skills required to teach this course and provide expert guidance from start to finish. With more than 28 years industry experience you can be sure that we deliver the highest quality training and helpful advice.
We want you to feel comfortable and confident throughout your studies and our friendly team is always here to offer assistance.
The Driver CPC Training steps
Your course will be divided into two parts, theory and training, consisting of the following steps:
Step 1 – Theory Test
Multiple Choice Questions and Hazard Perception.
Step 2 – Case Study
Questions about real-life scenarios you are likely to come across in your working life.
Step 3 – Practical Driving Test
A practical driving test with an examiner to assess the driving ability of the driver.
Step 4 – Vehicle Safety Demonstration
A practical test that will ask drivers to demonstrate their ability and what has been taught on the course.
Various external resources are available that can be used to help you revise and practice for your course, including books, ebooks, DVDs and online materials that are accessible on the go via your smart phone.
Our training covers Rayleigh and the surrounding areas, including Rochford, South Woodham Ferrers and beyond!
Book your Driver CPC Training in Rayleigh today:
Call us today on: 01375 887 270
Additional Learning Support
With full confidentiality call us on 01375 887270 in advance if you have any particular learning requirements.