driver cpc logo

Driver CPC Periodic Training

Loading Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Yeovil | Driver CPC

19

Yeovil | Driver CPC

20

Yeovil | Driver CPC

21

Yeovil | Driver CPC

22

Yeovil | Driver CPC

23
24
25

Plymouth | Driver CPC

26

Plymouth | Driver CPC

27

Plymouth | Driver CPC

28

Plymouth | Driver CPC

29

Plymouth | Driver CPC

30
1
+ Export Events

What is Driver CPC?

Driver Certificate of Professional Competence, commonly referred to as Driver CPC or DCPC for short, is required by law for all professional HGV and PCV drivers, with some exemptions. The rules apply to drivers of vehicle categories C1, C, C+E, D1, D and D+E.

 

Backline have been delivering Driver CPC training since 2013. We registered as a JAUPT approved consortium member to enable us to deliver training to the 300+ HGV drivers that we employ.

 

We now also offer Forklift, HIAB, First Aid and ADR training.

 

There are two types of Driver CPC

 

DCPC (Initial)

Required for newly qualified drivers (since September 2009 for HGV or 2008 for PCV), and optional for drivers with acquired rights, Initial CPC can only be completed for your first Driver Qualification Card (DQC).

 

It consists of two modules/tests, both of which you must pass to be issued with your DQC. Check out our Beginner’s Guide to HGV for more information.

 

Please note that we do not provide training for Initial Driver CPC.

 

DCPC (Periodic Training)

Required by drivers who passed their practical driving test before September 2009 (HGV) or 2008 (PCV), or who have previously held a CPC entitlement for the relevant driving licence category.

 

Periodic training involves predominantly classroom based training, but can be incorporated into practical training such as our Fork Lift Truck, Lorry Mounted Crane, First Aid or ADR courses. You can now book our Driver CPC training courses online! Select your preferred course on the calendar and select the number of spaces required.

 

Drivers require 35 hours of periodic training every five years to maintain their CPC entitlement. N.b. If you do not currently hold a Driver CPC entitlement, you will need to complete the 35 hours before you are issued with a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).

 

Check what type of CPC you need


 

Please note: all bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions (see PDF link on this page).