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TRAINING

RTI Training provides courses for the Road Transport Industry.

Each course is approved by the relevant accreditation body.

Each trainer comes from a recognised industry background.

ADR - INITIAL

Go to ADR Initial page

Who needs an ADR Certificate?
Everyone driving vehicles carrying "in scope" dangerous goods on domestic or international roads must have in their possession a current ADR Certificate which is valid for the dangerous classes being carried and the type of vehicle being driven.

The ADR Certificate can be obtained by attending a Department for Transport approved ADR Initial training and passing SQA examinations.

There are 9 UN Classes of dangerous goods and the ADR qualification can be "In tanks" or "Other than in Tanks".

ADR – REFRESHER

Go to ADR Refresher page

Who needs an ADR Refresher?
Drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods who hold a Vocational Training Certificate (VTC) that is due to expire. Department for Transport approved ADR Refresher training and passing SQA examinations.

This process must be undertaken at least six weeks prior to the expiry date of the VTC.

CPC - ROAD HAULAGE

Go to CPC Road Haulage page

Who needs a CPC qualification?
Every Road Haulage Company operating vehicles (with some exceptions) must hold an "Operator’s licence".

One condition is to have someone with a "Certificate of Professional Competence" qualification in Road Haulage. This can be someone employed by the Company or from "outside".

There are changes in 2012. The syllabus for passing the OCR examinations will change in 2012 and the number of companies and vehicles a non employee can cover will be restricted.

CPC – PASSENGER TRANSPORT

Go to CPC Passenger Transport page

Who needs a CPC qualification?
Every Passenger Transport Company operating vehicles (with some exceptions) must hold an "Operator’s licence".

One condition is to have someone with a "Certificate of Professional Competence" qualification in Passenger Transport. This can be someone employed by the Company or from "outside".

There are changes in 2012. The syllabus for passing the OCR examinations will change in 2012 and the number of companies and vehicles a non employee can cover will be restricted.

DRIVER CPC

Go to Driver CPC page

Who needs a Driver CPC qualification?
Every driver who wants to drive professionally will need to have a Driver Qualification Card in their possession.

Passenger Transport drivers, who held a Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2008, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours Periodic training.
Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2013.

Road Haulage drivers, who held a Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2009, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours Periodic training.
Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2014.

Each course is designed to ensure Companies and drivers benefit from attending our courses.

Each course is designed to ensure the Company’s procedures are incorporated whenever relevant.

DGSA

Go to DGSA page

Who needs a DGSA qualified person?
Every Road Haulage Company carrying "in scope" dangerous goods must appoint a qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser.

This can be someone employed by the Company or from "outside".

Their qualification must be relevant to the type of dangerous goods being carried and the mode of transport.

DANGEROUS GOODS AWARENESS

Go to Dangerous Goods Awareness page

Who needs Dangerous Goods Awareness training?
Everyone involved in the carriage of dangerous goods needs to show that they have attended a Dangerous Goods Awareness Course and have reached a level of competence.

Some drivers may only need this course if they are carrying less than "Limited Quantities" or less than "Load Threshold" if carrying dangerous goods in packages.

RTI Training uses standard courses but we make sure we fit the content to your operational needs.

We normally carry out these courses on your premises and bring our own equipment.

OTHER COURSES

Go to Other Courses page

If you have a need for a course relating to the Road Transport Industry, whether its Road Haulage or Passenger Transport, talk to us or email us.

We pride ourselves on reliability at a fair price

BESPOKE COURSES

Go to Bespoke Courses page

We have our standard courses but we can adapt some of our courses to suit your procedures or particular needs.

We can train your employees on your premises even weekends at no extra charge.

We train you gain

Training » Driver CPC
 
Every driver who wants to drive professionally will need to have a Driver Qualification Card in their possession.

Passenger Transport drivers who held their Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2008, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours Periodic training.

Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2013.

Road Haulage drivers who held their Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2009, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours Periodic training.

Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2014.

Each course is designed to ensure Companies as well as drivers benefit from attending our courses.

Each course is designed to ensure the Company’s procedures are incorporated whenever relevant.

The cost of a 7 hours course is £600 + VAT + DSA upload fee (currently £8.75 per delegate)

Each delegate is issued with a certificate and the Company is given a record of the required training.
 



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WHAT IS DRIVER CPC?

It stands for Certificate of Professional Competence.

It is different to the Transport Manager’s CPC qualification.

It is a new requirement which affects every driver who wants to carry on driving professionally.

HOW DO I CARRY ON DRIVING PROFESSIONALLY?

Every driver who wants to drive professionally will need to have a Driver Qualification Card in their possession.

HOW CAN I CHECK MY DRIVER CPC?

A driver can check how many hours of Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) Periodic training was uploaded against their driving licence number by registering with DSA using the link below:
https://dsa.dft.gov.uk/cpcode/flow/user?execution=e1s2
A password will be sent to the driver’s home address which will enable them to see the training record history.

WHAT IS A DRIVER QUALIFIFCATION CARD?

It is a credit card sized photo ID which must be carried while driving professionally.

HOW DO I GET ONE?

Every 5 years, a driver must complete 35 hours of JAUPT approved Periodic training.

WHAT IS MY DEADLINE IF I DRIVE PASSENGER TRANSPORT VEHICLES?

Passenger Transport drivers who held their Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2008, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours of JAUPT approved Periodic training.

Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2013.

WHAT IS MY DEADLINE IF I DRIVE ROAD HAULAGE VEHICLES?

Road Haulage drivers who held their Vocational Driving entitlement before September 2009, have been given 5 years to gain 35 hours of JAUPT approved Periodic training.

Once they have carried out 35 hours of JAUPT approved training, they will be able drive professionally after September 2014.

WHO CAN GIVE ME THIS PERIODIC TRAINING?

JAUPT approved training companies.

RTI Training Ltd is an approved company.

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