Buddies Driver Training CPC

at Knockmore Road, Lisburn, bt28 2xz United Kingdom

Driver CPC Training Various courses ranging from full 7 hours to split 3 1/2 hour courses depending on company and individual needs.


Buddies Driver Training CPC
Knockmore Road
Lisburn bt28 2xz
United Kingdom
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P: 07917003594
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Are your drivers driving illegally? Next Course Saturday 26th September Mallusk Initial Training It seems that many people have not realised the importance of drivers passing Modules 2 and 4 in the Initial Training. If a driver drives “for hire or reward” without having passed these two modules, then both they and the organisation they’re working for could face fines of up to £1000, and the driver will be prevented from driving professionally until they obtain their DQC. If any of your own drivers passed their tests after September 2009, check that they have their DQC If you use agency drivers, talk to your chosen agency/ies to ensure that they are carrying out the right checks on your behalf Renewal every five years Remember, a Driver Qualification Card only lasts for five years. No matter when a driver first obtained their vocational licence, they must complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years after the date of issue shown on their DQC in order to retain their Driver CPC qualification and continue to drive professionally.

Published on 2015-09-04 05:10:16 GMT

Driver CPC Course Places still available http://www.drivercpctrainingcentre.co.uk/shop/product/driver-responsibilities-tachos-rtd-the-law-ni-20th-june-27#scrollTop=0

Published on 2015-06-11 09:02:36 GMT

Are your drivers driving illegally? Course Date 20th June Drivers Hours Rules Regs Initial Training It seems that many people have not realised the importance of drivers passing Modules 2 and 4 in the Initial Training. If a driver drives “for hire or reward” without having passed these two modules, then both they and the organisation they’re working for could face fines of up to £1000, and the driver will be prevented from driving professionally until they obtain their DQC. If any of your own drivers passed their tests after September 2009, check that they have their DQC If you use agency drivers, talk to your chosen agency/ies to ensure that they are carrying out the right checks on your behalf Renewal every five years Remember, a Driver Qualification Card only lasts for five years. No matter when a driver first obtained their vocational licence, they must complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years after the date of issue shown on their DQC in order to retain their Driver CPC qualification and continue to drive professionally.

Published on 2015-06-09 17:22:49 GMT

Are your drivers driving illegally? Initial Training It seems that many people have not realised the importance of drivers passing Modules 2 and 4 in the Initial Training. If a driver drives “for hire or reward” without having passed these two modules, then both they and the organisation they’re working for could face fines of up to £1000, and the driver will be prevented from driving professionally until they obtain their DQC. If any of your own drivers passed their tests after September 2009, check that they have their DQC If you use agency drivers, talk to your chosen agency/ies to ensure that they are carrying out the right checks on your behalf Renewal every five years Remember, a Driver Qualification Card only lasts for five years. No matter when a driver first obtained their vocational licence, they must complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years after the date of issue shown on their DQC in order to retain their Driver CPC qualification and continue to drive professionally.

Published on 2015-06-01 20:28:03 GMT

Cyclists info The enormous growth in the number of cyclists in the UK has been nothing short of a revolution. There have been benefits as a result, including a cleaner environment and better levels of fitness, but the increased use of bicycles on the road has also meant an increase in the conflict between cyclists and other road users. The conflict between bicycles and HGVs has been perhaps the most controversial and certainly the most tragic. In 2011 HGVs amounted to only 4% of the traffic on London’s roads yet were involved in 53% of all cycle fatalities. The relative size of bicycles compared to HGVs means the potential for serious injury and loss of life in a collision between the two is significant. Transport for London calculated that a cyclist is 78 times more likely to be killed in an accident involving a HGV than one involving a car. HGVs seem to pose an ever increasing risk to the nation’s cyclists. The issue came to a head in November last year when no less than 6 cyclists were killed in London in a two week period. They were all involved in accidents with HGVs. This tragic loss of life prompted an urgent debate on how we can improve our dreadful record of HGV related cycling deaths. Although they are usually blameless victims of such accidents there are precautions that cyclists can take to reduce the risk of injury in the presence of HGVs. Cyclists are advised to: Avoid riding along the inside of a large vehicle, especially near a junction; Avoid undertaking a large vehicle waiting in a queue of stationary traffic on the approach to a junction; Let larger vehicles pull away first if they are alongside them at a junction; Never assume a large vehicle is going straight ahead just because it is not signalling left.

Published on 2015-06-01 20:27:31 GMT

Idiot Driver this is why Hgv drivers get bad press https://www.facebook.com/doaky49ers/posts/10152713858356650