Transport Manager CPC Refresher – Online vs Classroom training, which is best for you?

In 2010 an EU directive was brought in with a recommendation that all CPC holders attend annual refreshers to ensure they were adhering to legislation surrounding the road freight operations.

The aim of the directive was to refresh some of the principal CPC subject areas, which is the key to running an effective freight operation.

The refresher courses aim to cover they key areas such as Operator licencing, EU driver's hours, Working time directive, Driver licencing (Categories, Drivers CPC etc.), Vehicle Taxation, Corporate manslaughter, Duty of care, Health & Safety, Analogue and digital tachographs, Road traffic management and enforcement, Vehicle roadworthiness, Vehicle weights, Loads and Loading and update CPC holders with the latest legislation.

The recommendation has been a huge success with thousands of CPC holders taking annual refreshers through classroom based training however, this way can be inconvenient for CPC holders who are forced to take time out of their working week.

To help you decide which method of undertaking the annual Transport Manager CPC Refresher would be best for you we have put together a table which shows what you’re getting for your money by both methods of undertaking training.

So which one is the best for you? Whichever option you choose you’ll be covered and updated but we believe that in 2017 you should have the option to undertake training via different methods than just the classroom.

Link to find out more about CLASSROOM based Transport Manager CPC Refresher training - http://bit.ly/2yx0LaV

Link to find out more about ONLINE Transport Manager CPC Refresher training - http://bit.ly/2y2I8uE

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