DVSA offer license holders quicker route to obtain 1st DQC card

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Since the acquired rights deadline has passed DVSA has received requests from members of the public, who wish to return to vocational driving, asking how they can obtain a DQC. DVSA has considered these requests in the context of the government’s desire to support driver recruitment and reduce the potential burden to the industry and has decided that they will now allow drivers with a full licence to gain their first DQC via either periodic training or completion of modules two and four. For further information visit the dedicated Gov website: Driver CPC for Lorry, Bus & Coach drivers

This provision will apply to a driver’s first DQC only – any subsequent renewal will require periodic training to be completed. DVSA envisages this will have very limited impact on approved trainers and anticipate as more drivers enter the industry the demand for Driver CPC periodic training will ultimately be increased.

We can of course offer a full range of courses from achieving all 35 hours in 1 week to providing individual courses as required – call us if you would like further information, 7 hour course available regularly – 01453 826781

C&G Services continues to be a driving force to the Logistics Industry

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Pictured left to right are: Steve French – Instructor, Heather Bradbury – Instructor,
Kevin Parsons – Centre Manager and Darren Richardson – Instructor.

C&G Services (Europe) Ltd maintains Approved Training Centre status to deliver Driver CPC Training for a further 5 years.

C&G Services are delighted to announce that they have maintained their accreditation with the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT) to deliver their extensive range of Driver CPC Training Courses for a further 5 years.

The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) is the mandatory qualification for professional bus, coach and lorry drivers. It has been introduced across Europe with the aim of improving road safety and helping to maintain high standards of driving. Legislation came into effect into the United Kingdom on 10 September 2009.

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