The Driver CPC training legislation has nearly reached its 10-year anniversary, it’s fair to say that the legislation has endured a bumpy spell with some people not originally seeing the intended purpose of completing periodic training. However, over time these thoughts have diminished. The legislation has since gone from strength to strength and been praised for the role it plays in personal development and career development.
The approaching 10-year anniversary means that the second cycle of periodic training is nearly over, all drivers should have completed 35 hours periodic training over the last 5 years. There are some drivers who have not completed their modules and dropped behind on their hours meaning they need to catch up, so what is the best way to arrange CPC courses for you drivers that will cause minimum disruption to your business?
Safe Urban Driving can be an efficient way for your business to comply with two transport related legislations by completing one training course. A large percentage of companies that complete Safe Urban Driving have up to 24 drivers completing the course in a single day, meaning they are only taking these drivers off the road for one day. Completing training should be beneficial and engaging for all drivers participating while causing minimal disruption on a business’s operational activities, completing Safe Urban Driving in this manner matches all of those elements.
In order for 24 of your drivers to complete Safe Urban Driving in a single day two trainers are required. This enables the delegates to split into separate groups, one group will complete theory content while the other completes practical swapping after their 3.5-hour module to make up 7 hours of training.
Most Driver CPC training modules can be delivered to 24 drivers at one single time, so the number of delegates that can complete Safe Urban Driving is no different to the norm. However, unlike the other Driver CPC modules completing Safe Urban Driving will mean that your business has ticked one box towards gaining FORS silver accreditation.
If you want to get ahead of the rush and book your Driver CPC training course for 2019 then contact us today, we will always endeavour where possible to meet your individual business requirements.