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Transport Manager CPC Course
Passenger Transport

£1,100 (this includes Student Notes, Exam Prep notes, Registration and Exam fees)

The Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) for Transport Managers is essential for those seeking a career in passenger transport management.

Each course will run to coincide with the formal Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) examinations, which are scheduled at regular intervals throughout the year.  The Certificate of Professional Competence (Passenger Transport) is divided into two assessments - Multiple Choice (P1) and Case Study (P2). To obtain the qualification, a candidate must pass both units.

All the relevant materials required to prepare for the exams are included. Courses are delivered live, online, in a ‘virtual classroom’ by our fully qualified trainers.

About the Course

Transport Manager CPC Course – Passenger Transport
Duration
10 Days
10 days, including two days of revision and 1 examination day. Candidates are recommended to set aside extra time for additional study and revision prior to examinations.
Examination Day
  • Multiple choice examination (P1) 2hours.  09.30 hrs to 11.30 hrs
  • Case study examination (P2) 2 hours 15minutes.  13.00hrs to 15.15hrs
  • An email will be sent from CILT, priorto the examinations, with full details on how to access the online exams.
This qualification is recognised throughout the transport industry.
Demonstrates that the holder is qualified to be the nominee for a Standard National or International Operator Licence.
Equips the candidate with the knowledge to establish and manage an efficient passenger transport operation.

This course prepares an individual for all the technical and legal aspects of a passenger transport operation and includes, among other things, the following:

Business and company law
Health & Safety
Financial management
Operator licensing
Drivers' Hours regulations and recordkeeping
Planned preventative maintenance
Vehicle costing
Timetabling and scheduling
Driver licensing
International transport documentation
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Please contact us to book on 01209 899399

Course starts at 00.00 hrs to 16.00 hrs, please be early.  A PC or laptop is essential. A new link will be emailed each day to join the classroom, the day before.

Please note that this course is not suitable for people who need a Road Haulage Transport Manager CPC qualification.

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Home Study

For those wishing to prepare for the Transport Manager Passenger Transport CPC qualification via home study, the Transport Manager CPC manuals and exam booklets can be purchased from us and you would also have the option to attend a 3 day course or a 2 day revision only course.

Contact us for options or call 01209 899399.

Upcoming Courses: Transport Manager CPC

Please click on individual courses below for further details, dates and booking information.

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Course Modules – In Detail

During the Transport Manager CPC – Road Haulage course, in line with the CILT syllabus, each of the following topics will be covered:

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  • Introduction
  • Company Law
  • Industrial Relations
  • Health and Safety
  • Financial Management
  • Commercial Conduct
  • Marketing
  • Organisation Charts
  • Business Taxation
  • Operator Licensing
  • Driver’s Hours Basic
  • Driver’s Records
  • Planned Preventative Maintenance
  • Vehicle Costing
  • Vehicle Taxation
  • Contracts of Carriage and Conduct Regulations
  • Electronic Data
  • Bus and Coach Service Operation
  • Competition Rules
  • Timetabling and Scheduling
  • Fairs, Revenue Collection and Tenders
  • Driver Licensing
  • Traffic Regulations
  • Accident Procedure
  • Insurance
  • Vehicle Selection
  • Weights and Dimension of Vehicles
  • Mechanical Condition
  • Route Planning and Frontier Crossings
  • International Passenger Documentation

OLAT / Refresher Courses

TRANSPORT MANAGER CPC – 1 DAY REFRESHER – PCV
£250 (includes 7 hours of DCPC, free of charge) – 08.00hrs to 16.00 hrs

Benefits of attending:

This refresher course enables transport managers to ensure that they are following best practice and complying with their transport operator undertakings. Pearson CPC’s course provides an invaluable revision opportunity, plus a chance to update your knowledge in accordance with the UK's evolving legal framework. Regular attendance helps transport operators to protect their business and equips them to avoid some of the most common pitfalls of compliance.

Traffic Commissioners now request that refresher courses are undertaken only at an approved CILT examination centre. Pearson CPC is an CILT approved examination centre (4019194). As Pearson CPC is also a JAUPT accredited centre (AC02341) this course can count as 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic Driver CPC training required to obtain or renew a Driver Qualification Card (DQC.)

This Transport Manager CPC Refresher course has been designed to raise awareness of the transport managers' responsibilities with regard to the demanding requirements of road transport legislation; to help you to protect your operator's licence and maintain a healthy Operator Compliance Risk Score (OCRS.) It provides updated information on recent legislative changes, including the latest drivers' hours regulations and operator undertakings, and will refresh existing knowledge of the key topics covered in the CPC course, which are vital to effective and compliant transport operations.

Course Content:

The course covers various aspects of the ongoing management of an Operator Licence:

  • Understanding the principles underpinning the Operator Licence system
  • Understanding the level of commitment and activity needed to create effective management control systems
  • Clearly communicating requirements to other staff
  • Understanding how the OCRS system works and how to improve this score
  • Knowing where to go for follow-up advice and guidance
  • Understanding their and other colleagues' roles in managing the Operator Licence
  • Keeping up-to-date with the latest changes in legislation
  • Daily defect reporting system; maintenance schedules; the recording and monitoring of vehicle inspections and scheduling tachograph calibrations inspections

Drivers' Hours Law:

  • Permitted driving limits
  • Driving breaks rules
  • Daily and weekly rest requirements
  • Working Time Directive and Road Transport Directive

Tachographs:

  • Analogue tachographs: trace identification; centre-field requirements; hand written entries
  • Digital tachographs: models of digital tachograph; driver/company/workshop/control cards; operational modes; manual entries;
  • Mixed tachograph work
  • Exemptions - which operations are exempt from tachograph regulations, including Domestic Rules
  • Systems for filing and storing charts and digital data
  • Understanding tachograph analysis

Best practice:

  • Driver licence checks
  • Notifications to Traffic Commissioner of any infringements committed by vocational licence holders
  • Driver disciplinary issues
TRANSPORT MANAGER CPC – 2 DAY REFRESHER – PCV
£400 (includes 7 hours of DCPC, free of charge) – 08.00 hrs to 16.00 hrs

Benefits of attending:

This refresher course enables transport managers to ensure that they are following best practice and complying with their transport operator undertakings. Pearson CPC’s course provides an invaluable revision opportunity and a chance to update your knowledge in accordance with the UK's evolving legal framework. Regular attendance helps transport operators to protect their business and equips them to avoid some of the most common pitfalls of compliance.

Traffic Commissioners now request that refresher courses are undertaken only at an approved CILT examination centre. Pearson CPC is a CILT approved examination centre (4019194). As Pearson CPC is also a JAUPT accredited centre (AC02341) this course can count as 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic Driver CPC training required to obtain or renew a Driver Qualification Card (DQC.

This Transport Managers’ CPC Refresher course has been designed to raise awareness of the transport managers' responsibilities with regard to the demanding requirements of road transport legislation; to help you to protect your operator's licence and maintain a healthy Operator Compliance Risk Score (OCRS.) It provides updated information on recent legislative changes, including the latest drivers' hours regulations and operator undertakings, and will refresh existing knowledge of the key topics covered in the CPC course, which are vital to effective and compliant transport operations.

Course Content:

The course covers various aspects of the ongoing management of an Operator Licence:

  • Understanding the principles underpinning the Operator Licence system
  • Understanding the level of commitment and activity needed to create effective management control systems
  • Clearly communicating requirements to other staff
  • Understanding how the OCRS system works and how to improve this score
  • Knowing where to go for follow-up advice and guidance
  • Understanding their and other colleagues' roles in managing the Operator Licence
  • Keeping up-to-date with the latest changes in legislation
  • Daily defect reporting system; maintenance schedules; the recording and monitoring of vehicle inspections and scheduling tachograph calibrations inspections

Drivers' Hours Law:

  • Permitted driving limits
  • Driving breaks rules
  • Daily and weekly rest requirements
  • Working Time Directive and Road Transport Directive

Tachographs:

  • Analogue tachographs: trace identification; centre-field requirements; hand written entries
  • Digital tachographs: models of digital tachograph; driver/company/workshop/control cards; operational modes; manual entries;
  • Mixed tachograph work
  • Exemptions - which operations are exempt from tachograph regulations, including Domestic Rules
  • Systems for filing and storing charts and digital data
  • Understanding tachograph analysis

Best practice:

  • Driver licence checks
  • Notifications to Traffic Commissioner of any infringements committed by vocational licence holders
  • Driver disciplinary issues
A certificate of attendance is issued following course completion, which provides evidence that attendees have taken positive steps to demonstrate their professionalism and continued development.