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CPC

Driver-CPC-Centre-Logo-AC00179Every professional bus, coach and truck driver needs to hold a Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) in addition to a vocational driving licence.

Newly qualified drivers obtain their Driver CPC by passing a series of initial qualification tests, both theory and practical, followed by 35 hours of periodic training every five years if they want to drive keep their Driver CPC after that period.

 

This is where Scania can help, and work with you to achieve this requirement, in a cost-effective and simple way. The September 2014 deadline for qualification has past, and now is the time to consider how you can maintain the legal requirement of 35 hours of training in the most effective way, without having to block book courses or take significant time off work and all of this in a planned and cost-effective way.
Scania is able to assist you in planning how you achieve this, at a time, and in a location to suit you. We are constantly developing new courses to meet driver demand, with new thinking and ideas to really make you think and increase raise your knowledge - after all this is about learning, not just ticking boxes.
The Scania CPC plan is a simple way to pre-book your courses, and maintain your 35 hours, without having to worry about when you need to do your next course, and which subject you would benefit from most. Depending on which area of the transport industry you operate in, we have a series of courses to suit you. Please take a look at our course documentation, and have a read of our courses. We are sure there is something here for everyone, and we can definitely help, so why not give us a call and see what we can do for you today, on 0345 4507735.
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Truck CPC Courses

EU Laws and Regulations

To understand European Laws & regulations using simulators, demonstration through examples, and DVD videos.
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Safe, Fuel Efficient Driving

Using vehicle technology, driving style and awareness to maximise vehicle efficiency, candidates will be able to adapt their behaviour in varying traffic situations to maintain the best fuel consumption.
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Load positioning and Load securing

To understand safe loading and securing & principles of load positioning. The course is classroom based, and will be delivered by a member of the Scania training team, who is qualified to deliver the subject of Law & regulations in the industry.
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Occupational risks and Workplace health & safety

To understand occupational risks and the factors relating to workplace health & safety for the commercial vehicle driver, showing examples, dvd’s and by making the day an interactive one with discussion.
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Emergency First Aid at Work

To achieve EFAW (Emergency First Aid at Work) certification, this will equip you as a driver with another useful and important set of skills. The course is normally delivered at a Scania training location but can be delivered off site at a customer’s premises if they have suitable facilities;
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Roadcraft and Environmental Impact

To understand the skills of road craft using vehicle technology, driving techniques enabling benefit to the environment. Dvd’s, quizzes and discussion will be utilised to make the day an interactive one. The course is classroom based and will be delivered at a Scania training location.
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Laws and Regulations UK

To understand United Kingdom industry Laws & Regulations.
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Vehicle, Legal and Lifestyle

To understand driving techniques, the role of DVSA, vehicle roadworthiness, driver’s hours, your lifestyle and digital tachographs.
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Real Time Driving and Customer Care

To accompany a driver in the everyday working environment, through observation assessment and instruction assist the driver to develop better working practices using the vehicle technology, driving style and awareness to maximise vehicle efficiency, along with safe loading and customer care.
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Bus CPC Courses

Safe, Fuel efficient driving

Using vehicle technology, driving style and awareness to maximise vehicle efficiency, candidates will be able to adapt their behaviour in varying traffic situations to maintain the best fuel consumption.
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PCV Law, Environment and Safety

To familiarise the candidate with the modern technology used in vehicles, alongside this how to use the new technology to benefit the driving style with improved fuel consumption.
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Occupational risks and Workplace Health & Safety

To understand occupational risks and the factors relating to workplace health & safety for the commercial vehicle driver, showing examples, dvd’s and by making the day an interactive one with discussion.
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Emergency First Aid at Work

To achieve EFAW (Emergency First Aid at Work) certification, this will equip you as a driver with another useful and important set of skills.
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Roadcraft and Environmental Impact

To understand the skills of road craft using vehicle technology, driving techniques enabling benefit to the environment. Dvd’s, quizzes and discussion will be utilised to make the day an interactive one.
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Laws and Regulations UK

The course will be delivered at one of our Scania training locations, but it is possible to arrange for it to be delivered at an alternative location that has suitable facilities;
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Calendar

What’s on and where for 2016/-17 – and how to book your courses in advance