Driver CPC Training and Test - Modules 2 & 4
To work as a Professional Driver you must complete Driver CPC and carry your Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
For first time holders of a DQC or for newly qualified drivers this is called INITIAL DRIVER CPC and is taken in two parts: Case Study Theory Test (Module 2) and Practical Demonstration Test (Module 4)
Driver CPC Training
Driver Certificate of Professional Competence started Sept 2008 for PCV and Sept 2009 for LGV. Its aim is to encourage boosting driver’s knowledge and skills, maintain high driving standards and improve road safety by continuous development throughout their driving career.
All professional bus, coach and lorry working drivers must hold a valid Driver CPC Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
Taylors Driver CPC Package - £275
Online training for your case study test
Revision material and demonstration videos
Training for your practical safety demonstration test (MOD 4)
Driver CPC part 4 test: practical demonstration test fee included and conducted for you at our own DVSA approved site with our own.
ADR Driver Training
ADR driver training is specialist training equipping drivers with the skill and knowledge to transport hazardous goods by road. All drivers carrying dangerous goods within the scope of the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations require a Driver Training Certificate issued by the DVLA.
Initial Driver CPC
For first time holders or newly qualified drivers, we help with Module 2 Case Study Theory & Module 4 Practical Demonstration test to prepare for work as a vocational driver.
Contact our friendly customer service team for advice or to book your place.
How the test works
You’re tested on being able to:
- load the vehicle following safety rules and to keep it secure
- stop trafficking in illegal immigrants
- assess emergency situations
- reduce physical risks to yourself or others
- do a walk around vehicle safety check
The test is made up of 5 topics from the Driver CPC syllabus. You can score up to 20 points for each topic.
To pass you have to score at least 15 out of 20 in each topic area and have an overall score of at least 80 out of 100.
What to bring to your test
You must also bring one of the following:
- a Great Britain photocard driving licence
- a Northern Ireland photocard driving licence and paper counterpart
- an EU photocard driving licence (and paper counterpart, if you have one)
If you don’t have a photocard driving licence, bring your paper licence and a valid passport.
Your test will be cancelled and you’ll lose your fee if you don’t bring these.
At the end of your test the examiner will tell you if you’ve passed. If you fail, you can book another driving test straight away, but you can’t take it for another 3 clear working days.