Skills for Logistics (SfL) is to launch a voluntary accreditation scheme for Driver CPC training providers in a bid to drive up standards within the road transport sector. SfL hopes its new scheme will “sharpen up” the quality of training currently on offer to candidates and make it more relevant to operator’s needs. The sector skills council said that while Jaupt has the mandate to ensure Driver CPC regulations are adhered to by training providers, meeting these requirements does not […]
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) – also still known separately as the Driving Standards Agency and Vosa – has said it is not surprised that under 10% of respondents to its recent Driver CPC consultation felt the new qualification had significantly improved road safety.
The logistics sector has successfully won a place on the next wave of the Trailblazer apprenticeship scheme .
Mark Magee, the Driving Standards Agency’s acting director for regulation, standards and development, answers MT’s questions on Driver CPC. Many operators and drivers are cynical about the Driver CPC, regarding it as an expensive waste of time. I believe that one reason for this is the perception – right or wrong – that some people are still getting away with delivering low quality, non-compliant training. What enforcement effort is the DSA now applying to Jaupt approved centres to ensure all […]