DRIVER CPC DUNDALK INITIAL AND PERIODIC TRAINING
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Since 10/9/19 it's Year 1 for your Truck Card
Year 2 for Bus or Combined drivers. Don't leave it until the last minute.
The Year end is 9th Sept 2020
If you passed Initial CPC when you passed your driving test
then your card expiry is your annual refresher date each year.
Our Offer is still in place for advanced bookers
�50per Module for Prepaid Bookings by Wednesday before.
�55 on the day if any spaces remain.
Anyone only available for Midweek or Sundays
Ring 0877874448 stating which day suits best and Module needed.
MODULES START HERE
Mod 4 RPDTI 9th Nov
Mod 3 HSOPD 16th Nov
Mod 5 PROTD 23rd Nov
Mod 2 MRMET 30th Nov
Mod 1 CVEDT 7th Dec
Mod 4 RPDTI 14th Dec
More Modules to Follow
********** PLEASE NOTE **********
PLEASE CHECK "MYCPC PORTAL"
TO ENSURE ALL YOUR MODULES ARE COMPLETE
AND "COMPLIANT" OR YOUR CARD ISSUE WILL
BE DELAYED. YOUR CPC CARD WILL ISSUE
Get Booked In or Miss Out
The next modules will be displayed here shortly
Please check here regularly as dates/order may change
******Initial CPC Training Course (Now Booking)****
You will get valuable tips and sample questions to pass the Case Studies and Practical Cpc Tests
Call 0877874448 to book, NOW.
Check "MyCPC" on the RSA website as some drivers courses have not been registered
because some Training Organisations didn't update their information with RSA
Groups can be accommodated if required weekend or midweek
It's Year 1 for Bus/Truck Drivers
Year 5 for Truck Drivers FROM 10th Sept 2018
As and from 10th Sept if you don't carry your Driver CPC card you are liable to �1000 fine
If you have a Driver CPC card and haven't completed your yearly Module you are not compliant
Get your required Module done now and avoid the panic in September
Here's what you need to do to get your Driver CPC card.
Option 1. Get the application form (from us) fill it out and attach photographs.
Option 2. Send a text to RSA allowing them to use the information they have off your Digital Tachograph Card (if you have one), it must be in this format: 123456789 (driving Lic No) space Y (for yes) space Surname, therefore: 123456789 Y Murphy and text to 51444.
If you're not up to date with your Modules you need to use Option 1 and come and see us about getting them done
All Bus Drivers should have Modules 1,2,3,4 and 6 completed and Truck Driver's should have any 4 Modules of 1,2,3,4 or 5 completed by 9 September 2013.
There is NO EXAM at the end of this course, also if you have any concerns, regarding form filling etc, we will be happy to assist you just call/txt 0877874448 for more information.
If you done your Licences outside EU (eg Australia) please call us and we'll explain what steps you need to take to qualify for CPC in Ireland.
If stopped and you are not up to date then you could face the following sanction, �2000 fine for the driver, �5000 fine for the owner.
Get Qualified. Stay Qualified.
Based in Dundalk, Driver CPC-Northeast feel they are ideally located to service the requirements of Louth, Meath, Cavan, Monaghan and North Dublin. The Trainers come from Transport Industry backgrounds including Transport Management, Owner Operating, Driver Training and Mechanics. Their experience spans over 100 years. Training Centre located centrally in Dundalk with easy access to the North East and Dublin. Loads of free parking space. Such is their commitment to their business the tutors continue to augment their knowledge by taking, for example, an NUI Maynooth Certificate in Training and Continuing Education. So take advantage of their knowledge and get yourself registered for the next DriverCPC modules.
What is Driver CPC?
The Driver CPC is for HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) and LPSV (Large Public Service Vehicle) drivers who drive professionally throughout the Island of Ireland and Europe. The Driver CPC has been developed as a requirement of the EU Directive 2003/59, which is designed to improve the knowledge and skills of professional HGV and LPSV drivers throughout their working life.
There are two parts to the legislation:
- The Initial Qualification that must be achieved by new HGV and LPSV drivers along with their vocational licence to enable them to use their licence professionally.
- Periodic Training, which involves all existing professional drivers undertaking 35 hours refresher training over 5 years.
If you have a full licence for a truck or bus before the Driver CPC comes into force on the 10th September 2008 for buses and before 10th September 2009 for trucks, you will automatically get your Driver CPC licence without having to take the tests. This is called acquired rights and is based on your experience to date. In order to keep your Driver CPC licence up to date you must do 35 hours Driver CPC Training during each five year period. This requirement means that the Drivers MUST have 7 hours training per year, excluded from this time is any administration or meal breaks. These course are highly regulated with Quality Control Inspectors sitting in unannounced.
If you want to become a professional bus driver after the 10th September 2008 or a professional truck driver after the 10th September 2009 you will have to do a Driver CPC examination. The examination includes:
- A two hour multiple choice theory test,
- A two hour case study theory test,
- A 90 minute driving test, and
- A 30 minute practical test.