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Fully Funded Level 2 Driving Goods Vehicles (DGV) including CPC periodic training hours
As you will be aware the EU legislation requires all drivers to complete 35 Hours of Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC Training) by September 2019 (to be eligible until 2024).
As an approved CPC Training Centre (AC00296), we are pleased to be able to offer the CPC training as part of the Driving Goods Vehicle Apprenticeship, subject to drivers completing the full framework apprenticeship within the allotted time of 12 months - completely FREE of charge
The Driver CPC Training will include
- Health, Safety and the Environment
- Driver Compliance
- Driver Awareness
- Introduction to First Aid at Work
- Customer Service
- The driver CPC sessions will be delivered in accordance with the DSA standards and made up of 1-day course modules lasting 7 hours each, this will be arranged in conjunction with your business schedules to ensure minimum disruption to your business. This can be delivered either on or off site, subject to training room availability and group viability. We deliver CPC training on both weekdays and weekends and will organise the dates in advance to suit the needs of your business and your drivers.
How long will the Apprenticeship Framework take to complete?
Drivers will be able to complete their Apprenticeship Framework and Driver CPC hours, within approximately twelve months, depending on experience and work commitments. The trainer will want to meet with yourself, and your drivers to understand how they operate and how they can demonstrate working practices to industry standards under the guidance of the Skills for Logistics Council.
What does the Driving Goods Vehicle Apprenticeship consist of?
The DGV Framework covers a series of Pathways, which match different types of Lorries – Artic, Rigid, Vans. It includes the following:
- National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) – This measures competence and knowledge against the industry standards via work based observations / discussions and work booklets.
- Employment Responsibilities and Rights: This is achieved through learner discussions and a work booklet.
- The allocated trainer will be required to undertake observations with the drivers.
- Functional Skills in Maths and English - The drivers will be required to complete level 1, online or paper based functional skills tests in Maths and English. We will offer full support and training where necessary, based on the individual needs of the driver. (Drivers with Maths and English qualification equating to A*-C levels achieved within the last 5 years, will be exempt from this component)