Sleafordian scores 10 in recent CPC training centre audit

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Sleafordian Coaches’ Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competance) Training Centre audit, carried out by JAUPT (the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) last month, resulted in the operator being awarded the highest possible score of 10, meaning they are “Fully Compliant”.

The audit summary described the training centre as “well organised” with “excellent procedures in place”.

It read: “Records are well maintained and provided the auditor with all relevant evidence to establish that the centre is operating within the Driver CPC Terms and Conditions”.

Managing Director Mark Broughton said: “I am delighted with the report and wish to congratulate all the staff involved making the training department success, in particular our Training Centre Manager Jemma Borrill and our Business Development Manager, Ian Tomlinson. Having made a substantial investment in the training side of the business is very pleasing to be at forefront of the industry and I am sure it will further enhance our position in market place.”

Training Centre Manager Jemma Borrill added: “We have made every effort to ensure compliance and I am delighted to have had this confirmed by us being awarded the maximum score possible, along with the extremely positive comments from the auditor.”