PCV Training with Go Goodwins

Legislation now requires that from 10th September 2008 all commercial PCV drivers will need to complete 35 hours of training before 9th September 2013.
This is drivers CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence), training.¬†After 9th September 2013, it will be illegal to drive a PCV without being the holder of the “Drivers CPC Qualification Card”.

JAUPT is the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training and was set up as the governing body to oversea the training of drivers to the required standards in approved subjects.

With the new legislation coming into effect, Go Goodwins set up a training facility to train drivers and staff to JAUPT standards in the approved subjects thus ensuring all Go Goodwins PCV drivers hold The “Drivers Qualification Card”. This means there will be no interruption to operational services after 9th September 2013.

Go Goodwins state of the art training facilities is a modern well equipped training room has the space to accommodate training for 10 drivers at a time. Manned by qualified training staff and PCV Driving Instructors, with a vast experience in the bus and coach industry, the training is second to none. The subjects delivered are:

  • Defensive Driving
  • Daily Vehicle Checks
  • Environmental Driving Skills
  • Customer Care
  • Disability Awareness
  • Dealing With Emergencies
  • Accident / Incident Reporting
  • Alcohol / Drug Awareness
  • Managing Difficult Situations
  • Each course is either 7 hours or 3.5 hours and counts towards the CPC Driver Qualification Card
  • The training can be tailored to suit the needs of the employer