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Safe, Green & Efficient CPC

Driver CPC Modular Courses

The Safe, Green and Efficient Transport Operations Driver CPC course offers 12 bespoke modules; where two modules may be selected together to meet your business needs including your driver DCPC requirements and additionally support and enhance your business strategy. Two modules together will make up seven hours’ worth of training to qualify for seven hours DCPC.

The scope offered by these modules relate to the ‘hot topics’ within the transport industry including; raising awareness of Corporate and individual and legal responsibilities and compliance, promoting safer driving, supporting your road safety campaigns, encouraging fuel efficiency and environmental awareness to enable you to conduct a safe, green and efficient transport operation.

Why choose Safe, Green & Efficient CPC?

  • Business focused fully modular DCPC training
  • Core environmental and safety modules approved by FORS (Modules 6, 9 & 10)
  • Coupling the FORS approved modules with other Fleet Source modules you will meet your key FORS,CLOCS & WRRR and DCPC requirements along with your business objectives
  • Fully JAUPT approved for CPC
  • First JAUPT approved CPC course that can hold 24 delegates at one time
  • Some of the most cost-effective CPC training in the market, from as little as £55 per person!
  • 12 different modules available to make your training programme more tailored to your business needs, dynamic and up to date.

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Module 1 – O Licence Undertakings the Drivers’ Role

This module raises awareness and understanding of what the CPC Holder responsibilities or undertakings are and how to maintain them. In most cases, it is the CPC Holder who introduces and maintains systems of work that uphold these CPC Holder Responsibilities. If you are a new driver, you will find this guide useful insight of the operator licensing procedures and on the legal requirements and undertakings you will be required to meet. If you are an experienced driver this will assist you to find further information to refresh your understanding of operator licensing.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Transport Manager

Module 2 – Reducing penalties and infringements

From the 28th May 2009, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) began to issue fixed penalty notices at roadside checks to drivers who have broken the law. The fixed penalties have been extended to apply to more offences, such as drivers’ hour’s law breaches and Driver CPC infringements. This module raises awareness to reduce and prevent infringements being committed either accidentally or due to the inexperience of the driver/operator.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 3 – Vehicle Roadworthiness (HGV/PCV)

This module explains the responsibilities and systems involved in maintaining vehicles in a roadworthy condition, regardless of operating conditions, fleet size or vehicle type. The module is useful for operators, drivers and those responsible for operating, maintaining or providing commercial goods and PCVs.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 4 – Reducing Road Risk

A better understanding of road risk will allow more appropriate and effective work-related road safety policies and procedures to be developed, possibly leading to a greater effectiveness in reducing work-related road traffic incidents. Employers have clear duties under health and safety law to manage occupational road risk in the same way that they manage other health and safety risks.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 5 – Behavioural Aspects of Driving

It is commonly understood that individual differences play a role in safe driving performance. Therefore, regardless of efforts by organisations to manage work-related road safety, some individuals are more likely to exhibit safe driving behaviour than others. Generally, most drivers view their own driving ability and behaviour with a positive view-point.

Most HGV drivers see themselves as safer than most other drivers, they sometimes get annoyed with others, and consider themselves to be law-abiding drivers.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 6 – Safety in the Transport Environment

The aim of this module is to increase and enhance the existing protection of drivers and crews, reduce the risk in the transport environmental and ensure that operators who follow good practices are not put at a commercial disadvantage compared to those prepared to take short cuts with safety related matters and practises.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 7 – Fitness to driver and well-being

This module recognises that driving is a complex activity that requires a combination of physical and cognitive skills that can be adversely impaired by a wide range of fitness and health conditions. Driving requires a level of skill and the ability to interact simultaneously with both the vehicle and the capability to recognise road risk and hazards in the external environment. These conditions can affect the driver’s performance and increase their crash and/or injury risk.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 8 – Improving Customer Service

The focus of this module refers to the driver’s role as a professional and ambassador of the company brand.

Regardless of how great the product is or how talented your staff is, customer service is one of the things that customers are most likely to remember as this is the direct interaction they have with your company. It covers managing customer expectations, delivering a first-class customer service and effectively dealing with complaints.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Van

Transport Manager

Module 9 – Work Related Road Risk

The Health and Safety law applies to work activities on the road in the same way as it does to all work activities and the need to manage the risks to drivers as part of the Company Health and Safety arrangements. Effective management of work-related road safety helps reduce risk, no matter what size your organisation is.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Transport Manager

Module 10 – Vulnerable Road Users in the 21st Century

The aim of this module is to provide an insight into what Vulnerable Road Users are and the adoption of defensive driving techniques, of how to anticipate and prioritise hazards, and equips drivers with what to do if it all goes wrong. There are particular user groups who are at greater risk than others, with areas and locations that have high incident rates.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Transport Manager

Module 11 – Understanding Drivers’ Hours

This module provides a remind and revise insight into the rules regarding Drivers’ Hours and the European Union (EU) and Great Britain (GB). This module can be chosen to educate, remind and revise the driver in understanding the regulatory framework applicable to drivers’ hours that governs the road transport industry.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Transport Manager

Module 12 – Understanding Tachographs

All commercial vehicles first registered on or after 1 May 2006 were fitted with digital tachographs prior to this, analogue tachographs were widely used. This module provides general guidance about drivers’ and tachograph rules for goods vehicles. Tachographs record information about driving time, speed and distance. These are used to ensure drivers and employers follow the rules on drivers’ hours.

HGV

LGV

PCV

Transport Manager

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