Driver CPC Training

Driver Qualification Card - Get Driver CPC Training from Wallace SchoolDriver Certificate of Professional Competence started Sept 2008 for PCV and Sept 2009 for LGV.  

It's aim is to encourage boosting drivers knowledge and skills, maintain high driving standards and improve road safety by continuous development throughout their driving career.

All professional bus, coach and lorry working drivers must hold a valid Driver CPC Driver Qualification Card (DQC).

For more details please choose one of the below BLUE TABS:

Periodic Driver CPC

For existing licence holders who need all or part of the 35 hours of training, either for the first time, or as part of their five yearly renewal.

Initial Driver CPC

For first time holders or newly qualified drivers, we help with Module 2 Case Study Theory & Module 4 Practical Demonstration test to prepare for work as a vocational driver.  

CLICK THE TABS BELOW FOR MORE TRAINING INFORMATION

At Wallace Training Centre's - Weekdays, Saturdays & Intensive Courses.  

Choose one day, a few days or all 5 days from the dates below.  Or take a combination of weekdays & Saturdays.  It’s your choice.  Mix ‘n’ match to suit your availability.

Start times are different at the various locations (registration takes place 30 mins before training).


PROGRAMME A
- Suitable for LGV licence holders. 
- Suitable for drivers who have both PCV and LGV licences. 
- But if you only hold PCV you will need to attend Programme B subjects.


PROGRAMME B
- Suitable for LGV licence holders.
- Suitable for PCV licences holders.
- Suitable for drivers who have both LGV and PCV licences.

 

Click here for PROGRAMME A   and   PROGRAMME B  training subjects

 

INTENSIVE TRAINING from 7 hours  to  35 hours / 5 Days - Park Royal

2018

Mon 19 to Fri 23 November - Programme B
Mon 10 to Fri 14 December - Programme B

2019

Mon 14 to Fri 18 January - Programme B
Mon 28 January to Fri 1 February - Programme B
Mon 25 February to Fri 1 March - Programme A
Mon 11 to Fri 15 March - Programme B
Mon 25 to Fri 29 March - Programme A
Mon 8 to Fri 12 April - Programme B
Mon 29 April to Fri 3 May - Programme A
Mon 13 to Fri 17 May - Programme B
Mon 3 to Fri 7 June - Programme A
Mon 17 to Fri 21 June -Programme B
Mon 8 to Fri 12 July - Programme B
Mon 22 to Fri 26 July - Programme B
Mon 5 to Fri 9 August - Programme B
Mon 19 to Fri 23 August - Programme A
Mon 2 to Fri 6 September - Programme A
Mon 16 to Fri 20 September - Programme B
Mon 30 September to Fri 4 October - Programme A
Mon 14 to Fri 18 October - Programme B
Mon 11 to Fri 15 November - Programme B
Mon 25 to Fri 29 November - Programme A
Mon 9 to Friday 13 December - Programme B

 

SATURDAY TRAINING - 7 hours / single days - PARK ROYAL
PROGRAMME B subjects 

2018

24th November - Drivers Hours and Tachographs
15th December - Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving

2019

19th January - Operations, Compliance, Enforcement & Load Safety
16th February - Vehicle Systems & What to do to prevent a breakdown
16th March - On the Road & Safe and Economic Driving
13th April - Drivers Hours & Tachographs
18th May - Health and Safety at Work & The Professional Driver
22nd June - Operations, Compliance, Enforcement & Load Safety
27th July - Vehicle Systems & What to do to prevent a breakdown
24th August - On the Road & Safe and Economic Driving
21st September - Drivers Hours & Tachographs
19th October - Health and Safety at Work & The Professional Driver
16th November - Operations, Compliance, Enforcement & Load Safety
14th December - Vehicle Systems & What to do to prevent a breakdown

 

Feltham - TW13 5DT - All for LGV Licence holders (except Vulnerable Road Users which is suitable to for LGV and/or PCV licence holders)

2019 dates TBC

Vulnerable Road Users
Drivers Hours/Tachographs
Company & Public Image/Health & Safety
Licence, Weights & Dimensions/Security
Tiredness, Diet & Lifestyle/Checks & Defects

Wallace School of Transport is JAUPT Approved.  We are also members of the RTITB Master Driver Consortium and the Association of Trainers.

  • We can deliver training at your company premises

or a local suitable venue, at your choice of dates and times.  Please remember Periodic Training counts towards Drivers Hours if a driver is being paid to attend training and taken within your normal working hours.

  • We can deliver training at our Park Royal Training Centre see our future dates on our other CPC tab. 

Check any periodic training already completed at www.gov.uk/checkdrivercpc

Each training day lasts 7 hours plus breaks, Driver CPC Periodic Training Subjects include:

Drivers Hours & Digital Tachographs
Heath & Safety at Word and the Professional Driver
Operations Compliance Enforcement & Load Safety
Vehicle System & What do to to prevent a breakdown
On the road, safe and ecomomic driving
Delivering Outstanding Customer Service
Safe Loading and Manual Handling
Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving
Vulnerable Road Users

Click here for details of what we cover during the above training days

As well as the above Driver CPC you can also get other qualifications that count towards Driver CPC hours

Driver CPC Training & Test - Modules 2 & 4

To work as a Professional Driver you must complete Driver CPC and carry your Driver Qualification Card (DQC).

For first time holders of a DQC or for newly qualified drivers this is called INITIAL DRIVER CPC and is taken in two parts: Case Study Theory Test (Module 2) and Practical Demonstration Test (Module 4)

After passing both CPC rests you'll receive your Driver Qualification Card (DQC) to present to an employer ready for work as a vocational driver.

So if its been a while since you passed your HGV/LGV driving test, or you passed your test elsewhere, maybe abroad, we can help you complete your Driver CPC and get your DQC - Driver Qualification Card.

 

Click here for LGV/HGV details and prices 

 

Click here for Bus/PCV details and prices

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Initial Driver CPC fit in the process of getting a licence?

Can I take the Driving Test Modules in any order?

Do I need a Digital Tachograph Card to start CPC training?

Do I need a Driver CPC Card (Driver Qualification Card) to attend driver CPC training?

How will I prove I hold Driver CPC?

Once I've passed my initial qualification, is that it?

Will I get my Driver Qualification Card (DQC) straight away?

What are Acquired Rights?

Does is matter if I complete 35 hrs LGV CPC training or 35 hrs PCV CPC training?

If I've not managed the whole 35 hours before the deadline, will I loose the hours I have done?

Can Wallace check the hours I've completed?

Prices - Initial Driver CPC - Module 1 & 2

Prices - Driver CPC 35 hours Periodic Training

 

For Individuals & Companies attending Wallace Park Royal Public Sessions

  • Arrange 2, 3, 4 or 5 days – Single Day Saturdays & Weekdays
  • Arrange as an Intensive Monday to Friday Course

£80 per day, per driver  = £59.37+ VAT plus £8.75 DVSA Upload Fee (VAT Exempt), so £400 fully inclusive for our 5 day Course 

 

Group Training  for Companies – up to 20 drivers

  • At your Premises £550 + VAT per day – from £27.50 per driver
  • At Wallace Centre exclusively for you organisation £750 +VAT per day– from £37.50 per driver
  • Weekend and shift pattern training also available - ask for quote.

PLUS, per driver, per day:
Driver CPC Certificate fee £8.50+VAT plus DVSA Upload fee £8.75 (VAT exempt)

       

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After a bit of research, I ended up choosing Wallace and I'm glad I did. My first phone call was very informative and I had only to choose when to start the training. Got all the books from them, studied everything and passed my theory test first time. Went to do some practical training with Gerry the instructor and got my skills polished to a very high standard. Anticipate, not react. The best advice I could ever get. Passed my practical first time and also the following CPC theory and practical tests. If someone asks me where to go for a truck licence, my answer is 1000 times Wallace School of Transport. They care for you as if you were family. That counts more than anything.

Mr Augusto Barale

I passed the practical test first time and this is undoubtedly due to the professional and supportive manner in which I was instructed. Without this, I have no doubt that my progress wouldn't have been so quick or productive. Please once again pass my sincere thanks onto both the administrative staff and Michael himself.

Chris Bridger Student Paramedic

We have been very pleased with the help and assistance and standard of training we have received from your team. I will be in touch shortly to make arrangements for our new trainees.

Lee Bedingfield, Ups Automotive

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