HGV drivers now have the opportunity to do some of their Driver CPC training at home after a flexible course was launched offering a mixture of e-learning and classroom-based work. Skills for Logistics and training firm Pertemps have teamed up to offer the course after acknowledging the “huge shift” in the way people have been working and learning over the last 12 months. They said that the blended learning, JAUPT-accredited version of the Driver CPC provided a mixture of two […]
I was honoured to be inducted into the Motor Transport Hall of Fame this month, and it was lovely to meet up with former colleagues from my time in transport journalism and the RHA at the MT Awards. The event also prompted me to compare the HGV driver shortage and the shortages in other sectors – particularly in the advanced engineering and manufacturing sector, in which I have worked for the past three-and-half-years.
Driver CPC delegates can now take up to two hours of a seven-hour course as ‘e-learning’ content under changes brought in this week.