Where Should HGV Drivers Book a CPC Driver Training Course?
If you are a HGV licence holder and drive lorries exceeding 3.5 tonnes for a living, then you may well be aware that the new legislation requiring completion of 35 hours of formal Driver CPC training every 5 years in 7 hour modules comes into force in September 2014 – less than 6 months away!
Driver CPC training has been introduced to help improve professional HGV drivers to improve their road safety and hazard awareness and to ensure that that your driving skills are of very highest standard. It will also ensure that you have full knowledge of professional driver requirements such as driver hours, digital tachograph etc.,
So if you have been asking yourself the question as the where you can book a Driver CPC training course, then the answer is with ACE Trainers. They are an RTITB and HSE accredited best practice training company and provide Driver CPC courses that meet the new legislative requirements.
ACE Trainers provide Driver CPC training to companies in Kent, Oxfordshire, Devon, the West Midlands, Berkshire, Surrey, Surrey, London, Hampshire and Middlesex and you can attend one of their state of the art training centres in Bristol and Basingstoke or they are happy to provide training at your company premises.
ACE Trainers strongly advice that all HGV drivers book a Driver CPC training as soon as possible as failure to complete this training before September 2014 would mean that you could incur a hefty fine of up to £1,000.00 imposed by VOSA and would be driving illegally.
To find out more about ACE Trainers CPC Driver training courses visit their website www.acetrainers.co.uk or call the friendly team of training experts on 01256 351581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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