Management National CPC Refresher Training
The structure & services of a fleet manager has undergone rapid change in recent years forcing both the users and providers of these services to re-evaluate their approach to the financing and operational support of their fleets.authority, and utility bodies when affected by the lifting operation, i.e. works, railways, highways etc.
Often the Traffic Commissioner requires CPC holders to prove “professional competence” The following course will satisfy that requirement.
This course is aimed at transport professionals who already possess a CPC National Road Freight/Passenger Transport Operations and whose knowledge requires updating.
The course is designed to provide updated information on recent legislative changes, including the latest drivers’ hours regulations and operator obligations, refresh areas of the key CPC subjects which are vital to effective and compliant transport operations also raising awareness of current best practices.
Transport Managers, Transport Staff (Traffic Operators) and Supervisory Staff
Consultants and Senior Drivers. ,CPC National and International Refresher Courses
The Goods Vehicles (Licensing of Operators) Act 1995 was designed to implement EC Directives 96/26EC and subordinate legislation with regard to the occupation of road haulage operations.
The regulations state that an operator who seeks a standard National or International Licence MUST satisfy the Licensing Authority that he/she is either professionally competent or employs someone as a transport manager who is professionally competent and is of good repute.
In this context, only an INDIVIDUAL PERSON can be professionally competent and to become this, the person must pass the CPC examinations set by the Oxford, Cambridge and Royal Society of Arts, Examinations Board (OCR). The examination for a National CPC consists of three modules (with a further module to cover International Operations). All three (or four if also taking the International exam) are set on the same day.
- Vehicle selection
- Vehicle maintenance
- Traffic accident procedures
- Mechanical conditions
- Access to the market
- Hours of work and keeping of records for drivers
Technical standards of operation (weights and dimensions of vehicles and loads – safe loading of vehicles and transit of goods – plating and testing – Construction and Use Regulations etc.)