Driver CPC - Drivers Hours Refresher & New Digital Tachographs
Price: £95.75 (includes VAT & DVSA registration fee)
This course aims to update professional drivers of the rules and regulations concerning drivers' hours and working time. The course also brings a driver's knowledge of digital tachograph technology up-to-date with demonstrations and examples of usage of the new digital tachograph units. It explains the operation of the new Stoneridge SE5000 and VDO 1381 and refreshes knowledge of Drivers Hours Law.
Benefits of attending:
- Makes sure drivers have up-to-date knowledge of rules and laws regarding drivers hours.
- Ensures drivers understand and are able to work new digital tachograph technology.
- Counts as 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic Driver CPC training required to gain or renew a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
The Rules on Drivers' Hours, Regulation (EC) 561/2006 and GB Domestic Rules:
- Daily/weekly/fortnightly driving limits and driving breaks
- Daily and weekly rest requirements
The Rules on Working Time and Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations 2005:
- Breaks from work
- The definition of work
- Maintaining weekly average at or below the legal limits
New Digital Tachograph Usage:
- Explanation of different digital tachograph cards
- Understanding what a digital vehicle unit (VU) records, logging in and out of digital VU and manual entries on digital VU
- Rules regarding downloading digital data
- New features of the latest VDO and Stoneridge vehicle units
1 day (7 hours towards Driver CPC)
Booking and information:
Approved course: CRS4386/35
This course starts at 8.30am, please be early. Light lunch & refreshments are provided.
Please note: your online booking is subject to confirmation from Novadata.
This price includes the DVSA Registration fee of £8.75. People paying by cheque, credit card or by postal order for training courses please note that a 25% deposit is required within seven days and the remaining balance at least 15 days prior to course commencement.
For more information please call 01376 552999 or email us on email@example.com.
If you are new to professional driving and took your car driving test after 1st January 1997, you may need to take Initial Driver CPC training in order to obtain your first DQC. Please call us on 01376 552999 for advice about the most appropriate training for you.