Certificate of Professional Competence is an essential qualification required by law and it is an essential criterion for a person wishing to operate vehicles. If a person obtains this qualification, it demonstrates his professional competence of being the owner operator or transport manager. Now he will be responsible for the control of goods vehicles or anybody involved in the Cross rail/FORS or of anyone applying for an Operator’s Licence.
In order to obtain the CPC qualification, candidates must appear for formal examinations which are held quarterly a year (March, June, September and December) and successfully complete a case study (a kind of project work) as part of the examination process. All these examinations are administered by OCR on behalf of the Department for Transport.
Dhoot driver training centre directly delivers Transport Managers CPC training, as we are an accredited and approved OCR training and exam centre. Here we offer trainings in several languages other than English. Our trainers are DSA approved and impart training sessions in different languages as per the requirements of the candidates.
Take a look at the following National Subjects in which we provide specialisation:-
Environmental Management, Electronic Data, Planned Preventive Maintenance, Vehicle Taxation, Vehicle Costing, Vehicle Selection, Methods of Operating, Operator Licensing, Safe Loading & Transit of Goods, Business & Company Law, Industrial Relations, Discrimination in Employment, Health & Safety, Social Legislation, Financial Management, Commercial Conduct, Business Taxation, Marketing, Speed Limits & Parking Restrictions, Traffic Accident Procedures, Organisation Charts, People Management, Weight & Dimension vehicles & load, Plating & Testing, Construction & Use Regulations, Lighting Regulations, Fleet Inspection & Roadside Checks, Drivers’ Hours & Records, Driver Licensing.
Now take a look at the following International Subjects in which we provide specialisation:-
Operator Licensing, Insurance Abroad, Contracts of Carriage, Drivers Hours and Records, Costing International Journeys, Insurance, Invoicing and Inco terms and Fiscal Charges.
Not only the above mentioned facts are of importance but also we offer three kinds of Freight Operators Licence:-
1) Licence for Standard Operators—In this case a National CPC is required which allows an operator to carry goods for other people for hire and reward in the UK.
2) Licence for Standard International Operators—In this case both National and International CPC is required which allows an operator to carry goods for hire and reward internationally.
3) Licence for Restricted Operators— This licence is meant for own account operators to allow an operator to carry goods in the course of his own trade or business in the UK or abroad for which no CPC holder is required but the operators background knowledge is essential to meet O’ Licence requirements.