Dhoot Driving School Driver CPC Training Berkshire London

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Dhoot Driving School Driver CPC Training Berkshire London

CPC Training – In Multi-languages

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Dhoot Driving School in Berkshire, London: Your Destination for Professional Driver CPC Training

At Dhoot Driving School in Berkshire London, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive training for aspiring drivers. Our training centre specializes in HGV / LGV Training and offers courses in a variety of languages to accommodate learners from diverse linguistic backgrounds. Whether you prefer Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Kashmiri, English, Polish, Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Dari, Farsi, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu, Welsh, or more, we ensure accessibility and inclusivity.

  • Multilingual Training: We take pride in our DVSA-approved trainers who maintain high standards of instruction and support. By offering training in multiple languages, we aim to create a learning environment that meets the needs of a diverse range of individuals.
  • Comprehensive Training: Join Dhoot Driving School for a comprehensive Initial CPC and Periodic Training experience in Berkshire London. Our courses are designed to prepare you thoroughly for the Driver CPC qualification and ensure you excel in your professional driving career.

Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence)

Driver CPC is a mandatory qualification designed specifically for professional Truck / Lorry, Coach, and Bus Drivers. Its primary goal is to elevate road safety standards and maintain a high level of driving skills among industry professionals.

  • Driver Qualification Card (DQC): For those aiming to drive HGV or LGV vehicles professionally, obtaining a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) is essential. This card certifies that the driver has completed necessary training and is qualified to operate these vehicles safely.
  • Periodic Training: Holders of existing licenses must undergo Periodic Training every five years to continually develop their CPC and stay updated on industry regulations. This training ensures drivers remain competent and informed throughout their careers.

In essence, Driver CPC sets a standard of competence for all Truck / Lorry, Coach, and Bus Drivers, emphasizing the ongoing importance of training and skill enhancement. By adhering to these standards, drivers contribute to safer roads and uphold professionalism in their driving practices.

Initial Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence)

The Initial Driver CPC is a mandatory requirement for new truck/lorry, coach, and bus drivers, comprising four modules designed to ensure drivers possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and understanding of safety rules essential for professional driving.

Module 1: Theory Test

Module 1 of the Driver CPC involves a comprehensive Theory Test to evaluate understanding of road safety, rules, and vehicle operations.

  • Multiple-Choice Questions:
    • 100 multiple-choice questions.
    • Minimum score of 85 out of 100 required to pass.
  • Hazard Perception Test:
    • 19 hazard perception video clips.
    • Identify and respond to 20 scoreable hazards.
    • Pass mark of 67 out of 100.
  • Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours.

Module 1 assesses theoretical knowledge and ability to recognize and respond to potential road hazards, ensuring drivers are prepared for safe driving practices.

Module 2: Case Studies

Module 2, the Case Study Theory Test, evaluates practical application of knowledge and reasoning skills in real-life driving scenarios.

  • Format:
    • Computer-based assessment.
    • Focuses on real-life driving situations.
    • Includes multiple-choice, clicking on an area or photograph, and short answers.
  • Content:
    • 7 case studies with 6-8 questions each.
    • Total score of 40 out of 50 required to pass.
  • Duration:5 hours, taken at the same test centre as Module 1 on the same day.

Module 2 ensures drivers can apply theoretical knowledge effectively in diverse driving scenarios, promoting safer road practices.

Module 3: Practical Driving Test

Module 3 consists of two tests: 3a and 3b, assessing practical driving skills.

  • 3a: Off-Road Exercises
    • Practical demonstration of a reversing exercise.
    • Requires completion of Module 1 as a prerequisite.
  • 3b: On-Road Driving
    • Includes vehicle safety questions and a 1-hour practical road driving component.
    • Show Me, Tell Me Questions: Explain and demonstrate safety tasks on the vehicle.
    • Assesses vehicle control, driving skills, and adherence to safety protocols.

Module 3 evaluates practical driving abilities crucial for safe and competent operation of large vehicles on the road.

Module 4: Practical Demonstration Test

Module 4 of the Driver CPC, the Practical Demonstration Test, assesses drivers on five crucial topic areas aligned with the Driver CPC syllabus.

  1. Load the Vehicle Safely and Ensure Security:
    • Properly load the vehicle while following safety rules.
    • Ensure the load is secure during transport.
  1. Prevent Trafficking in Illegal Immigrants:
    • Take preventive measures against illegal immigration and trafficking activities.
  1. Assess Emergency Situations:
    • Evaluate and respond effectively to various emergency scenarios.
  1. Minimize Physical Risks:
    • Implement measures to reduce risks to oneself and others.
  1. Perform a Walkaround Vehicle Safety Check:
    • Conduct a thorough vehicle safety inspection to ensure everything is in proper order.

Each topic allows a maximum score of 20 points. To pass Module 4, you must achieve a minimum of 15 out of 20 points in each individual area and an overall score of at least 80 out of 100. This test ensures drivers are competent in applying safety measures and procedures while operating commercial vehicles.

When planning the sequence of CPC modules, it’s crucial to align your choices with your career aspirations, particularly if you aim to pursue a professional driving career. Here’s a structured approach based on your goals:

  1. Non-Professional Drivers:
    • Start with Module 1: Theory Test to build a strong foundation in road safety, rules, and vehicle operations.
    • Follow up with Module 3: Practical Driving Test to demonstrate your practical driving skills on the road.
  2. Professional Drivers:
    • Begin with Module 1: Theory Test to establish a solid understanding of theoretical knowledge required for professional driving.
    • Progress to Module 2: Case Study Test to apply your knowledge to real-life driving scenarios effectively.
    • Next, tackle Module 3: Practical Driving Test to showcase your on-road driving abilities.
    • Complete the sequence with Module 4: Practical Demonstration Test, focusing on practical skills such as vehicle safety checks and emergency response.

Adhering to this structured approach ensures a comprehensive acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary for both non-professional and professional drivers, aligning with the specific requirements of the Driver CPC.

Upon successful completion of all four Driver CPC modules, you will receive your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) card, also known as a ‘driver qualification card’ or ‘DQC’. This card will be sent to the address linked to your driving license. It’s essential to maintain accurate and up-to-date address details on your license to ensure the correct delivery of your DQC.

Keeping your photograph and signature current on your driving license is crucial for accurate identification. Promptly update any changes in appearance or personal information with the relevant licensing authorities to ensure your identity reflects on the DQC.

Possession of the Driver CPC card is mandatory when driving professionally an HGV, bus, or coach. If you’ve completed the required tests and are awaiting your card, you can temporarily drive without it. However, for those requalifying with 35 hours of training, ensure your provider records the completed training within 5 working days to avoid driving restrictions while waiting for the card.

Once you pass the final test, expect your Driver CPC card to be dispatched within 20 days. If it doesn’t arrive within this timeframe, contact the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) at cpcre@dvsa.gov.uk or by telephone at 0300 123 7721 for assistance with card replacements or inquiries.

Driver CPC Periodic Training is a critical requirement for professional drivers, mandating 35 hours of training every five years. This ongoing education plays a vital role in keeping drivers abreast of evolving industry regulations, enhancing their proficiency, and bolstering safety standards on the road. By engaging in regular training sessions, drivers not only meet statutory obligations but also elevate their competence levels, ensuring they can adeptly navigate complex driving scenarios. This commitment to continuous learning underscores their dedication to maintaining high standards of safety and professionalism, ultimately contributing to a safer and more skilled driving community.

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Here’s what our happy drivers had to say about our services:

I am so happy I chose Dhoot HGV driving school. Their instructions were clear and easy to understand. I passed 1st time only after 3 lessons. Thank you so much, CJ. Dali and Mr Singh. They are the best!
Henrietta Szonyi
Hooray !!!…Pass the LGV driving test…Thank you CJ for good road instruction and smooth training, very happy with everything. Highly recommended for training.
Vaidas Erniulis
Great place to do hgv training had a bad experience with another company came to dhoot and had a days training and time before tests failed first time pass with flying colours second would recommend.
Ben Hawkins
I started my LGV CLASS 1 driving with S.Charanjit Singh. He is a good and classified instructor. Moreover i recommend this driving school as they give you proper training and instructions.
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