There are a lot of abbreviations, slang terms and acronyms in the driving industry – and it’s important that as a professional, you know what they are. In the case of Driver CPC, those who professionally drive an LGV over 3.5t or minibus with 9 seats or more must
No.6 of 30 revision modules for the Transport Management CPC course, AKA the Operators CPC course. This short video contains questions and answers based around the Commercial Conduct of Business element from the course.
Each clip lasts for 10 seconds, so it would be advised to pause the question after it
No.5 of 30 revision modules for the Transport Management CPC course, AKA the Operators CPC course. This short video contains questions and answers based around the Financial Management element from the course, with reference to Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss Accounts, Trading Accounts, terminology and formulas used for calculations.
No.2 of 30 revision modules for the Transport Management CPC course. This short video contains questions and answers from the Business and Company Law section of the course.
Multiple choice questions are set by OCR, Driverlink Training have no way of knowing what these questions are so the questions asked
And so I would challenge anybody who thinks differently.
Driver CPC was always something that the management at Driver Link Training have always seen in a different perspective, they have experience from both sides of the desk.
Saving £10 on a course or fraudulently completing less hours are
Driver CPC is mandatory and is not going away, and the the individuals it can be a burden on their life if they have to undertake this in their own time, but also financially.
Driver Link Training understand the needs of drivers when it comes to completing Driver CPC, so
Blog of the week – The Highway Code…
…I can hear the laughing already, last read the day of your driving test!
But seriously, The Highway Code contains the rules of the road, and learning just a few of the rules can give you a lot more credibility
Ok guys, this will be the first in a series of updates based on frequently asked questions, not just from course dates but general telephone enquiries.
This week I would like to focus on being the first person on the scene of an accident, and would like to state that
At long last the project for Driver Link Training to deliver ADR (Hazardous Goods) courses has finally been approved by the SQA, and as a result we will be running these courses from various locations across the North West including Warrington, Preston and Skelmersdale.
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I have been working on my new website for quite some time now and has now finally been launched. To mark this occasion we have decided to heavily discount our Basic First Aid course; this has also been approved for your Driver CPC and will constitute as 7 hours towards