Don Hunter Training Services Ltd provide CPC, ADR and related industry training with regular courses in both Ipswich and Great Yarmouth together with courses at customers premises nationwide.
If you would like more information on any of our courses please contact us..
The driver C.P.C. started in September 2009. All drivers of vehicles over 3.5 T must attend driver CPC courses to enable them to continue working. Training can be spread over five years in seven hour training sessions or can be taken together in one 35 hour block
Under the European Agreement on ADR, drivers of vehicles with tanks and certain tank components, and some drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods in packages, must hold a special vocational certificate of training, sometimes referred to informally as an 'ADR Certificate'. This certificate is issued by the Scottish Qualifications Board and any training carried out must be supplied by an approved training organization such as Don Hunter Training Services Ltd
EC Directive 96/35 requires companies involved in the transport, distribution and loading of dangerous goods consigned by road, rail or inland waterway to appoint a Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser ( DGSA). DGSA's are responsible for helping to prevent the adverse consequences of the risks inherent in such activities in relation to people, property and the environment. The directive requires that DGSAs shall be qualified by having taken and passed an approved examination and that they shall have been issued with a Vocational Training Certificate VTC before taking up their duties. In the U.K. this vocational training certificate is issued by the SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority) .
Courses held in Ipswich,
Gt Yarmouth & nationwide
Full ADR training including classes 1 & 7 available
Courses scheduled in line with national exam dates
Maritime dangerous goods training courses available
Remote DGSA services to maintain compliance
One day E.F.A.W. courses with or without CPC
We have trained over 1000 drivers a year since 2009 in driver cpc and related subjects. Started risk management training in 2012. Driver ADR (dangerous goods) training is also available in Ipswich & Great Yarmouth or at your premisesBook Now
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