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What is CPC?

Driver Certificate of Professional Competence qualification (Driver CPC) is a professional qualification for bus and lorry drivers who wish to drive for commercial use.

Who Needs It?

If you hold a category C1, C1+E, C, C+E, D1, D1+E, D, or D+E licence, you must hold a DQC card as a legal requirement as a commercial driver carrying goods or passengers.

There are some exemptions which you can check by visiting: https://www.gov.uk/driver-cpc-exemptions-examples

What Type of Training Do I Need?

Drivers with Acquired Rights (who passed their car test before 1997)

Drivers have two options to obtain the DQC.

To book the theory if you have acquired rights, you need to do this by the phone number below.

DVSA test booking

Telephone: 0300 200 1122 Option 1

Option 1 – Periodic Training

  • Complete 35 hours of Driver CPC Periodic Training.  This can be done online or by attending a face-to-face course.   

Option 2 – Initial Qualification

New Drivers (who passed their car test after 1997)

New drivers must complete the Initial Qualification

  • Module 2 Driver CPC Case Studies theory. https://www.gov.uk/book-theory-test 
  • Module 4 Practical test, which is a practical ‘show me, tell me’ test where drivers must show various operations as a lorry driver

Courses We Offer

Driver CPC Module 4

Anyone taking a full HGV Driving course with us, will have their Mod 4 CPC included as part of the training.

If you have already obtained your LGV/PCV licence, but not your CPC Card, we offer courses where you will receive training by a member of our team and then examined by our in-house examiner.

These courses are currently priced at £150 + vat + £55 Test Fee (£235 in total)

For More information on CPC or find a Periodic course, you can visit https://www.jaupt.org.uk

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