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National Driver Training...Driver CPC Training Courses in Hull UK
National Driver Training is based in Hull, East Yorkshire. To find a fully qualified DSA Registered and fully accredited Trainer call National Driver Training Today! National Driver Training offers a wide range of Driver CPC Modules all of which are approved by JAUPT. The Driver CPC Instructors at National Driver Training are approved to deliver JAUPT courses for the Transport & Supply Chain Industries. National Driver Training has the capability to host up 20 HGV or LGV drivers in a fully equipped state of the art Driver Training Suite, located on Wiltshire Road in Hull. National Driver Training are also approved to deliver JAUPT accredited Driver CPC Periodic Training Courses on your premises. National Driver training in Hull can arrange for your HGV & LGV Drivers training records to be stored on a secure system, ready for when you need to gain access.
Courses in Hull are regularly scheduled for HGV & LGV Driver in the driver training suite in at the training centre in Hull. Atypical course available at National Driver Training is a 1 day safety & awareness training course for professional drivers. Please Visit the website www.national-driver.co.uk for full details and course calendar.
Frequently asked questions
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Q. What is Driver CPC Qualification?
A. Driver CPC is a legally required qualification for professional bus, coach and lorry drivers. It will:
• Improve your knowledge and skills
• Develop you skills and knowledge throughout life
• Improve road safety through better qualified drivers.
Q. I was driving professionally before Sept 2009, what does this mean for me?
A. You will have 'acquired rights'. You must gain 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep your driver CPC qualification. Periodic training involves attending courses on various aspects of professional driving. Modules are normally delivered in separate sessions, each one lasting for 7 hours and all or most are classroom based learning.
Q. What is periodic training?
A. Periodic training involves attending courses on various aspects of professional driving. Most people aim to attend 1 course per year in order to achieve the target of 35 hours every 5 years.
Q. Where can I find Driver CPC courses?
A. Only approved courses through approved centres will count towards your Driver CPC Qualification. National Driver Training are pleased to say that we can offer a various range of approved Driver CPC courses.
Q. What happens when I complete my 35 hours?
A. You will receive a Driver qualification card. This is an EU directive and you will be breaking the law if you’re driving without one after Sept 2014.
Q. I have 'acquired rights' do I have to complete the 'Initial qualification'?
A. You do not have to complete the 'Initial qualification'. You do however have to complete 35 hours periodic training before Sept 2014.
Q. I am a new Driver, what do I have to do?
A. If you are a new driver, you must pass an initial driver CPC qualification before you can drive professionally. Then every 5 years thereafter complete 35 hours of Driver CPC periodic training.
Q. What is an initial qualification?
A. The initial driver CPC qualification is split into four parts.
4.Vehicle safety demonstration
You must pass all four parts before you start to drive professionally.