CPC Driver Training
The Introduction of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence in September 2009 now means that Drivers of vehicles over 3.5 tonnes must undertake 35 hours of training every 5 years in order to qualify for their Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
This means that as of September 2014, drivers MUST have had their DQC in place in order to continue driving.
Failure to comply is not an option and could lead to fines of up to £1000, expensive down time, and a loss of reputation.
David Shakespeare - Driver Training & Development Manager 07711346585 email@example.com
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