UK Driver CPC Training Deadline Is September 2014

By September 2014, any driver who obtained an LGV license before September 2009 and who uses their license commercially (including any vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of 3.5T or more) needs to complete 35 hours compulsory Periodic CPC Training. Without completing the Driver CPC by the deadline, you will not legally be entitled to work and you AND your employer risks a hefty fine.

Traindrive Training Services, an approved Periodic CPC training provider wants to alert any drivers who have obtained an LGV license before September 2009 about the impending CPC training deadline in September 2014. It has been instructed that to avoid inconvenience, loosing employment or risking a fine, drivers and their employers must comply and earn their CPC at the earliest.  Traindrive website (http://www.traindrive.co.uk) enlightens drivers that:

“By September 2014, any driver who obtained an LGV license before September 2009 and who uses their license commercially (including any vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of 3.5T or more) needs to complete 35 hours compulsory Periodic CPC Training. Without completing the Driver CPC by the deadline, you will not legally be entitled to work and you AND your employer risks a hefty fine.”

To help drivers acquire their CPC training Qualification Traindrive Training Services have scheduled Periodic CPC training sessions in Kent UK. The Traindrive Periodic CPC course fee is £60 + VAT + DVLA upload fee £8.75 and the sessions will be held in the purpose built classrooms of the Driver CPC training Centre. For the convenience of the drivers the course has been spilt in to various sessions arranged from 20th June to 6th September 2014. Participants will also have FREE parking and refreshments. According to the Driver CPC training London website:    

“The 35 hours can be split into 5 x 7 hour sessions. There are no exams to pass; courses are based on attendance only. On completion of the 35 hours the DSA will send you a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC). This is included in the cost of your course. In the meantime, you will receive an attendance certificate for each 7 hour session you attend.”

The requirement for drivers to have CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) along with the vocational driving license has been established to ensure that the drivers are better trained and are educated about the current legislations, the fundamental main to is improve road safety and decrease road casualties. Traindrive Training Services tutors are highly proficient and experience from working in the industry, they also employ state of the art techniques to teach the Driver CPC courses. The instructors are DSA Advanced Driving Instructors.

About Traindrive Training Services:

Traindrive Training Services is a LGV driver training provider for the past 25 years in the Kent and South East London area. They strive to give drivers the best start to their driving career by offering the best standard of training and vehicles to ensure competency on the road.

For more information please visit: http://www.traindrive.co.uk/

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Phone: 07973 731274, 01959 571530
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City: Erith
State: Kent
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.traindrive.co.uk/