Driver CPC Training2023-10-20T17:24:39+01:00

Wetherby Training

Driver CPC Training Leeds

We provide high quality Driver CPC training in Leeds to help towards your periodic training requirements. Maintain your 35 hours of training and get your Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) to drive a lorry, bus or coach and meet your legal requirements.

Scheduled Driver CPC Courses

Improving road safety and maintaining the high standards of professional driving.

3rd March 2023

A professional driver’s personal development.

Driver CPC training

10th March 2023

Looking into the future of logistics.

24th March 2023

Employer’s duties Towards compliance.

31st March 2023

How driver behaviour can reduce incidents.

14th April 2023

Reducing incidents involving fluids and live loads.

24th April 2023

Smart digital tachographs to reduce infringements.

28th April 2023

Overcoming daily driving challenges.

5th May 2023

Improving drivers’
mental health.

bespoke driver training

12th May 2023

Reducing incidents involving manual handling and pallets.

19th May 2023

Using the vehicle to improve fuel consumption.

26th May 2023

Reducing drivers’ hours rules infringements.

2nd June 2023

Dealing with common emergency situations.

9th June 2023

How drivers can reduce fuel consumption.

16th June 2023

Daily duties that prevent vehicle infringements.

23rd June 2023

Reducing digital tachograph infringements.

30th June 2023

Reducing incidents on different road types.

7th July 2023

Driver behaviour to reduce incidents.

14th July 2023

Reducing manual handling incidents.

21st July 2023

Improving driver safety and vehicle security.

28th July 2023

Drivers’ daily duties towards road freight compliance.

4th August 2023

Reducing incidents in the workplace.

11th August 2023

Delivering excellent customer service.

18th August 2023

Improving drivers’
physical health.

25th August 2023

Understanding the key elements of a HGV.

1st September 2023

Understanding influences on drivers’ physical health.

15th September 2023

Improving the safety of food and drink deliveries.

22nd September 2023

Preventing vehicle loading incidents.

6th October 2023

Improving compliance with international transport duties.

13th October 2023

Dealing with
road traffic incidents.

20th October 2023

Understanding mental health in the workplace.

27th October 2023

Reducing abnormal load incidents and infringements.

10th November 2023

Improving health and safety whilst out on the road.

24th November 2023

Reducing incidents when working on HGV’s

Weekend Driver CPC Courses

Courses Scheduled for Saturdays

15th April 2023

How driver behaviour can reduce incidents.

10th June 2023

Reducing drivers’ hours rules infringements.

12th August 2023

How drivers can reduce fuel consumption.

7th October 2023

Delivering excellent customer service.

11th November 2023

Preventing vehicle
loading incidents.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Common questions we are asked about Driver CPC Training.

Are you part of Tockwith Training Services?2023-10-12T16:43:12+01:00

All of our instructors worked previously at Tockwith Training Services in York (driving school with yellow trucks) and since the owners retired we have formed Wetherby Training.

Why choose in-person Driver CPC Training?2023-10-12T16:37:43+01:00

Drivers get better quality training, its more relevant and everyone can participate to get the most from the training sessions.

What’s included in the Module 4 CPC test?2023-04-12T11:18:51+01:00

The CPC Module 4 test covers five areas: vehicle safety questions, practical driving ability, off-road exercises, loading vehicles, and securing loads. Each area is designed to test your knowledge and skills as a professional driver.

Can you fail the Module 4 CPC test?2023-04-12T11:12:58+01:00

Yes, it is possible to fail the Module 4 CPC test. The test consists of a practical demonstration of your ability to perform certain tasks related to the operation of a commercial vehicle. If you do not demonstrate the required level of competence, you may fail the test and be required to retake it. However, with proper preparation and practice, most people are able to pass the test on their first attempt.

What is a Load Demonstration Securing Trolley?2023-04-12T11:08:37+01:00

A Load Demonstration Securing Trolley is a device designed for demonstrating the most effective and secure way to handle heavy loads. It consists of two wheeled trolleys that are connected with a tensioning strap, allowing it to carry and secure large items such as furniture or appliances while being transported or stored. The trolleys also feature safety features such as spring-loaded brakes and adjustable straps to ensure the items are securely attached.

When does a DQC card expire?2023-04-11T15:43:48+01:00

Once you receive your DQC card you will have 5 years before it expires. To keep your card up to date you will need to complete 35 hours (5 days) of classroom training within that 5 years.

What is a DQC card and how do I get one?2023-04-11T15:40:49+01:00

A DQC card or ‘Driver Qualification Card’ must carried while driving a lorry, bus or coach professionally.  You’ll get this card when you have completed your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) module 4 training.

What is ‘Hire and reward’?2023-04-11T15:33:43+01:00

‘Hire and reward’ is the legal term for payment for providing transport. It’s a legal requirement for drivers who carry other peoples goods or passengers in return for payment.

What happens if my driver CPC expires?2023-03-10T11:03:01+00:00

You cannot drive professionally until you have completed your Driver CPC training and maintained the requirement of 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years. You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving professionally without a valid Driver CPC qualification.

Is Driver CPC Training a legal requirement?2023-03-10T10:57:47+00:00

If you drive a bus, coach or lorry as the main part of your job, you must do 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep your qualification. You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving professionally without Driver CPC qualification.

What is Driver CPC Training?2023-03-10T10:55:28+00:00

Driver Certificate of Professional Competence qualification (Driver CPC) is a professional qualification for bus, coach and lorry drivers. The qualification is was introduced across the EU in 2008 with the aim of improving road safety and maintaining the high standards of professional driving.

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