What is a CPC holder?

CPC Holder, is a commonly used abbreviation, for the title of an individual, who is the holder of a Certificate of Professional Competence, in road transport management. The holding of a Certificate of Professional Competence, in road transport management is a basic requirement.

What is a CPC equivalent to?

The Transport Manager CPC is a Level 3 qualification, so equivalent to an A-Level.

What does a CPC manager do?

Oversee vehicle scheduling. Responsible for effectively managing drivers. Ensure Drivers are schedule in compliance with EEC & Domestic driving rules. Ensure, Arrange & oversee “Driver CPC Training” program.

Do you need a CPC holder for a restricted O licence?

This licence is held by companies that are not engaged in hire or reward haulage and are carrying their own goods for distribution or trade purposes. Unlike standard national and international licences, with a restricted licence, there is no requirement to hold a CPC.

Does Transport Manager CPC expire?

The CPC course is a lifetime qualification and is a necessary qualification for any person or company to hold an Operators licence allowing them to operate a business carrying Goods or Passengers for hire or reward.

What is international CPC?

The Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) for Transport Managers in Road Haulage is offered by CILT(UK) on behalf of the Department for Transport and includes a range of subjects related to the business of road transport.

What licence do I need for a skip lorry?

Driving a skip lorry (or heavy goods vehicle HGV) is a great career for those looking to work in an outdoor environment. You will need to hold a valid drivers licence, Code 3 driving certificate although training can be arranged too.

Can you be a transport manager without a CPC?

You need a professional qualification called the Transport Manager Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) to become a transport manager. You do not need a driving licence. After you’re qualified, a vehicle operator needs to apply to add you as their transport manager on their operator’s licence.

What is a CPC qualification?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC) is a qualification for professional bus, coach and lorry drivers. It has been introduced across Europe with the aim of improving road safety and maintaining high standards of driving.

Do all HGV drivers need CPC?

You must have Driver CPC if you drive a lorry, bus or coach as the main part of your job. You must do 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep it. You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving professionally without Driver CPC.

Do you need a CPC holder for your operator licence compliance?

Along with the increasing use of a CPC Holders, as the nominated transport manager by standard national, or international operator’s licence holders, on a sub-contracting basis. Restricted operator licence holders are now looking for a CPC Holder to help them with their operator licence compliance requirements.

What should a CPC holder do for restricted operators?

So, any CPC Holder should make sure that the work they do, for any Restricted Operator Licence Holder. Is done in the same professional manner, & to those standards, as required by them, if they were the nominated competent person on a Standard Operator’s Licence.

What are the undertakings of a CPC holder?

CPC Holder Responsibilities or undertakings are the areas of regulation, which all CPC Holders that are nominated on a Standard National or International Operators Licence agree to maintain. This is done by the signing of a document known as a TM1 Form.

Do I need a transport manager CPC holder?

The requirement of a Transport Manager CPC Holder in relation to the granting of an Operators’ Licence, when those licenses are of a national or international nature, does in a lot of cases come as a bit of a surprise to many who are applying for an Operators’ Licence for the first time.