Andrew Jones, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Transport, has confirmed the number of bus and coach drivers who have been fined for failing to carry a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) in 2013-14 and 2014-15.
Additional forms of identification are now acceptable to enable Driver CPC (DCPC) training to be added to an individual’s hours. Previously only a driving was accepted.
FTA describes Hammond’s announcement as ‘sense at last’ A rule forcing mechanics to complete the Driver CPC is to be abolished by the autumn – Roads Minister Stephen Hammond has announced last week.
The Mobility and Transport Department of the European Commission (EC) has opened a 14- week consultation with reference to Directive 2003/59/EC regarding Driver CPC.
Sleafordian Coaches’ Emergency First Aid one-day course has been added to the range of Driver CPC courses offered by the operator after approval from JAUPT.
The DSA aims to clarify current guidelines for coach, bus and lorry drivers New frameworks setting out the competences expected of lorry, bus and coach drivers have been published by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA). […]
Association of Trainers gives advice and warns of future requirements The Association of Trainers (AoT) has identified what it describes as a disturbing side effect of carrying out driver CPC periodic training. A large number […]
CPT will start delivering Driver CPC courses for its members, starting later this month. Initially courses will be held in London and Essex. The first course, Customer Care–Equality, will be held in Chelmsford on February […]