What is CPC module2?
Mod 2 is the ‘Case Study’ or theory test part of the Driver CPC Initial Qualification conducted at the theory test centre, The module 2 case studies test involves a series of questions based on real-life scenarios that a student may encounter during their day-to-day work as the driver of a large goods vehicle or bus.
Is CPC valid in UK?
All lorry, bus and coach drivers must have proper CPC qualifications to drive professionally in the UK and in some EU countries. If your organisation is a UK company, all UK drivers must complete CPC periodic training by a predetermined deadline.
How do you get grandfather rights?
Grandfather rights mean those drivers who were already working didn’t need to stop working – they were protected and considered qualified under the new law. The Driver CPC only needed to be earned by any new drivers moving into the industry.
Do I need a CPC to drive a 7.5 tonne?
All those who are driving a 7.5-tonne lorry professionally are required to complete the Driver CPC. However, driving a 7.5-tonne truck for personal use does not require Driver CPC, but it does still require C1 entitlement on your hgv licence.
What is CPC module1?
You can book the part 1 theory test of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) as soon as you’ve got your provisional licence. The test is made up of 2 parts – multiple choice and hazard perception.
Will Driver CPC be scrapped?
As an essential requirement to drive professionally, the Driver CPC qualification expands the expertise of drivers, as well as ensuring road safety. Since Brexit, many have been asking – will the driver CPC be scrapped? In short – the answer is no. It will be accepted into legislation despite the UK leaving the EU.
Do HGV drivers still need CPC?
You do not need the full Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) qualification if you’re using the vehicle for: non-commercial carriage of passengers or goods. carrying material or equipment you use for your job, as long as driving is less than 30% of your rolling monthly working time.
Can I drive a HGV with grandfather rights?
If you have grandfather rights, you don’t have to take the Driver CPC test before you can legally drive an HGV. However, you must commit to at least 35 hours’ training every five years. If you qualify for grandfather rights, you must let the government know. You need to apply for your grandfather rights.
Can HGV drive without 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.
Do you need CPC to drive 7.5 tonne?
Is it worth buying a cat c car?
Category C (often shortened to ‘Cat C’) means the insurer has deemed the cost of repair to exceed the value of the vehicle. In these cases, the car isn’t necessarily considered completely unroadworthy. A Cat C car can be safe to drive as long as it’s repaired safely and properly.
What can I drive on a Cat C licence?
A category C license allows drivers to drive vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, but must not exceed 32 tonnes. Category C license typically covers a vehicle with a cab and trailer fixed permanently together. In other words, what we would consider a ‘standard lorry’ configuration.