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Course Dates for the DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course qualification.

DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course course dates and locations

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This periodic training is aimed at drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

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The DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course qualification is available at these venues on these dates:-

DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course is available for Distance Learning with the following training providers:

DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course Distance Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
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DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course is available for e-Learning with the following training providers:

DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course e-Learning is carried out at your Home or Workplace in your own time at your own pace.
Support days are calculated from registration date and not from purchase date.

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DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course is available for In-House (On-Site) Delivery with the following training providers:

DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course In-House / On-Site courses are carried out at your Venue or Workplace at a time and date agreed with the Training Provider.

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DVSA - CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course

This periodic training is aimed at drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

The CPC Driver 5 day Periodic Training Course is built up of a selection of different courses to gain your 35 hours for your driver CPD. Each full day’s course is 7 hours in duration. The Driver CPC training consists of a wide variety of subjects enabling each course to help meet the needs of operators and individual drivers. This course is classroom based and is designed for drivers and has been carefully selected to include every-day regulations and guidelines needed.

How is it assessed?

When completing this course, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and seven hours for each of the modules attended for their Periodic CPC training.

This will be uploaded on to the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database, fulfilling the required 35 hours of driver CPD.

There is no pass/fail element to this course.

DVSA - Module 1 - CPC Link Core and Drivers Hours Tachographs Training

This periodic training is aimed at drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

The CPC Link Core course aims to ensure that drivers have a greater knowledge of the various learning objectives within Directive 2003/59/EC and have a better understanding as to its content.

The second part of the day, the Drivers Hours & Tachographs course is aimed at drivers wanting to increase their knowledge around working time regulations and driver's hours' legislation. 

How is it assessed?

When completing both of these modules, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and have seven hours Periodic CPC training uploaded on the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database.

There is no pass/fail element to this course.

DVSA - Module 2 - CPC Individual Performance Loads and Fire Awareness

This course is suitable for large goods vehicle drivers and light commercial vehicle drivers

The aim of this training course is to ensure that delegates:

  • Understand their responsibilities as a professional driver.
  • Understand the basic principles of loads and load security.

To ensure drivers have:

A better understanding of their responsibilities and work towards being a professional driver.

  • The knowledge required to load and secure their vehicle therefore enhancing road safety.
How is it assessed?

When completing this module in conjunction, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and have seven hours Periodic CPC training uploaded on the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database.

There is no pass/fail element to this course.


DVSA - Module 3 - CPC Highways England Smart Motorway

This course is suitable for category "C" & “D” licence holders. This course is suitable for large goods vehicle drivers and light commercial vehicle drivers.

  • Increased driver awareness of UK Smart motorway systems and how they operate 
  • Engage with drivers to increase compliance in the use of Smart motorways 
  • Reduce the number of vehicle incidents and road delays 
  • Promote safer driving behaviour 
  • Improve road safety and driver knowledge 
  • Reduce vehicle incidents and delays 
How is it assessed?

On completing this module, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance and have seven hours Periodic CPC training uploaded on the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database.

There is no pass/fail element to this course.

DVSA - Module 5 - CPC Emergency First Aid at Work

This periodic training is aimed at all existing bus, coach and lorry drivers, who have acquired a licence and have to undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years to ensure their Driver CPC is current and they hold a Drivers Qualification Card (DQC).

Aimed at LGV and PCV drivers as well as other staff wishing to gain a good understanding of basic first aid, the Emergency First Aid at Work course develops delegates’ awareness and understanding of first aid procedure and safety protocol.


How is it assessed?

Delegates successfully completing the course will receive a certificate of attendance and have seven hours Periodic CPC training uploaded on the DVSA Recording and Evidencing database.

There is no pass/fail element to this course.

JAUPT - Drivers Guide

This 7 hour Drivers Guide module is one of the number of courses available to delegates who need to complete their Driver CPC hours.

To confirm and update your existing knowledge of Health & Safety laws and give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and demonstrate you new skills, incorporating new guidance and adopting industry best practices.

How is it assessed?
JAUPT - Safe Loading and Efficient Driving

This 7 hour Safe Loading and Efficient Driving module is one of the number of courses available to delegates who need to complete their Driver CPC hours.

  • Promotes improved driving behaviour.
  • Increases the safety and safe behaviour of drivers.
  • Encourages more fuel-efficient driving.
  • Helps drivers to be more self-aware and more environmentally aware.
  • Counts as 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic Driver CPC training required to gain or renew a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
How is it assessed?
JAUPT - Vehicle Marshal

This 7 hour Vehicle Marshal module is one of the number of courses available to delegates who need to complete their Driver CPC hours.

To confirm and update your existing knowledge of Health & Safety laws and give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and demonstrate you new skills as a plant and vehicle marshal, incorporating new guidance and adopting industry best practices.

How is it assessed?