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Short Course Programme

2013
RTS Training Limited

RTS Training offers a selection on short courses for learners from any background. All of our courses are developed to bring out the best in our learners, increase confidence and enhance skills.

Contents
Introduction to RTS Drivers Certificate of Professional Competence Tachographs and Drivers Hours Safe Loading and Unloading Customer Service Health and Wellbeing Legal Infringements Assess the Emergency Working Safely Safe use of Counterbalance Forklift Trucks First Aid Courses Emergency First Aid at Work First Aid at Work First Aid at Work Refresher IOSH Courses Working Safely Managing Safely CIEH Courses Manual Handling Food Safety Conflict Resolution RTS Forklift Training Centre Forklift Training Course List Train the Trainer Courses PTLLS TAQA – Assessing TAQA – Internal Quality Assurance ADR Courses CPC for Transport Managers

Introduction to RTS
RTS Training was established in 2004 as a provider of logistics training. The company developed into new areas over the years and in 2010 opened a Forklift Training centre in Burton on Trent which was approved by RTITB as a Centre of Excellence. Since then, RTS has continued to grow its programme of courses and now offers training to many sectors including Management, Business Admin, Health and Safety and Train the Trainer.

The DCPC Scheme
DCPC was introduced in the UK in September 2009 for Professional HGV drivers and in September 2008 for bus and coach drivers. It is a qualification designed to confirm and expand the knowledge and skills of the driver throughout their working life. The DCPC is divided into what is called “periodic training”. This is 35 hours of training over a 5-year period. Every professional driver will need to complete this training in order to retain the DCPC and be legally allowed to drive professionally. The Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT) was established in February 2007 to manage, on behalf of the Competent Authorities in the UK, the approval and quality assurance of centres and courses delivering Periodic Training in line with the requirements set out in the European Union (EU) Directive on Initial and Periodic Training. Only training that is approved by the “Competent Authority” is accepted as Periodic Training. JAUPT operates under a Service Level Agreement with DSA and DVA. Each driver will gain up to date knowledge during the training sessions. Knowing that all professional drivers have to undertake this training will mean that our roads will be safer in the future. Clearly define a professional competence benchmark for your business.

You can't choose whether or not to do DCPC, it's now a legal requirement, but you can choose who you do it with, what you get out of it, and how much it costs. We have been approved by JAUPT to run a number of courses. All of our team have a solid background in transport and logistics. It is our aim to use our experience to provide training that is relevant to the industry and valuable to the learner to develop their own skills. We have included into our programme “dual certification” courses to give our learners value for money. These courses will provide drivers not just with the hours towards their DCPC but also with certificates in areas of Health and Safety and First Aid. All courses can be carried out at our Training Centre in Barton under Needwood or in suitable premises throughout the UK. In line with our contractual obligations, we will ensure that hours are uploaded to the DSA database within 5 working days. Drivers can check their hours online or call DSA to ensure the upload has transpired. Once all 5 modules have been completed, DSA should send out the Drivers Card within 14 days of the upload being processed to the database. Drivers should be aware that if their details are not up to date with DSA, or they do not hold a photo driving licence, this will mean that the DCPC card will be delayed. We offer the following DCPC modules as part of our programme.

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Tachographs and Drivers Hours Safe Loading and Unloading Customer Service Health and Well being Legal Infractions Assess the Emergency* Working Safely * Safe Use of Counterbalance Forklift Trucks*

* Dual Certification available.

Tachographs and Drivers Hours
This course provides learners with an up to date knowledge of the use of Analogue and Digital Tachographs and the legislation and guidelines that surround Drivers Hours. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? This course is designed for drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles, and also traffic managers, who need to update their knowledge of Tachographs and Drivers Hours. Course Content
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Introduction to Digital Tachographs Smart cards, logging on and starting duty/logging off Digital tachograph operations Analogue tachograph operations Working time directive Licence entitlement

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and questioning.

Safe Loading and Unloading
This course provides learners with a good update for their knowledge of safe loading and unloading as well as an overview of the checks that all drivers must carry out in order to ensure that their vehicle is safe to drive. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? This course is designed for drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles, and also traffic managers, who need to update their knowledge of Safe Loading and Unloading of vehicles. Course Content
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Vehicle Preparation Safe and Secure Vehicle checks and defects Load distribution regulations/spreading the load Loading safely Planning the route Laws and transporting goods securely (Legal requirements)

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and questioning.

Customer Service
This course provides learners with the skills required to deliver good customer service within the logistics industry. Customer service is an essential marketing tool and is the foundation on which customers decide upon using a service repeatedly, or not. Who is this course for? This course is designed especially for drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles who interact with customers as part of their duties and require all of the basic knowledge of the benefits of good customer service and how to achieve it. Course Content
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Introduction to Customer Service Customer needs and requirements Communicating with customers Different types of customers

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and questioning.

Health and Wellbeing
This course enables learners to gain knowledge in how their job within the logistics industry can affect their health as well as showing them how their lifestyle choices and their own health and wellbeing affects their ability to do their job well and within the confines of the law. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? This course is designed especially for drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles to ensure that they are aware of the effect that their own health and wellbeing has on their ability in driving goods vehicles. Course Content
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Checking the basics/pre journey checks Causes of accidents and the risks of driving for a living Diet and physical health The law around drink/drugs and driving Fatigue Stress

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and questioning.

Legal Infringements
This course provides learners with an up to date knowledge of legal infringements and fixed penalties that drivers can incur under certain circumstances. Drivers should be aware of the legal responsibilities involved in operating a heavy goods vehicle and the consequences of none compliance. Who is this course for? This course is designed for drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles, and also traffic managers, who need to update their knowledge of the legal infringements and fixed penalties involved in driving goods vehicles. Course Content
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Introduction to the levels of fixed penalties Level one – fixed penalty notices/circumstances Level two – fixed penalty notices/circumstances Level three -– fixed penalty notices/circumstances Level four – fixed penalty notices/circumstances Scaled penalties and types of infringements, the law and punishments

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and questioning.

Assess the Emergency
Course Overview This course provides learners with a foundation in First Aid. It is ideal for workplaces where a risk assessment indicates that emergency first aid knowledge only is sufficient. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. Course Content The content of this course provides basic lifesaving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations, covering the following:
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Health and safety (first aid) regulations Managing an incident The priorities of first aid Treatment of an unconscious casualty Resuscitation Shock Choking Seizures Bleeding Common workplace injuries.

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation. This qualification is available as a Dual Certification. The Emergency First Aid at Work certificate is valid for 3 years.

Working Safely
Course Overview This course provides learners with a basic understanding of the foundation principles of Health and Safety within the workplace. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? The course is for anyone who needs or wants a basic knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety in the workplace. Course Content
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Introducing working safely Defining hazard and risk Identifying common hazards Improving safety performance Protecting the environment

Assessment
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Multiple choice assessments Hazard spotting exercises

This qualification is available as a Dual Certification to include certification from IOSH.

Safe Use of Counterbalance Forklift Trucks
Course Overview This course is designed to give the Trained Operator whose licence is due for renewal a one day refresher course & practical skills test to renew their licence. Licences are valid for a period of 3 years. Who is this course for? This course is for Forklift Truck operators who hold a current licence that is due to expire or has expired within the last 12 months. Course Content       Introduction, Administration, Presentation, PUWER, LOLER, STABILITY, H&S, Safety video, Theory Test, Practical Basic Skills Test Administration

On completion of the Training Course the Trainee will be able to: Name the main components of the Lift Truck, Carry out a PRE-USE Check & understand why these checks have to be completed, Operate the Lift Truck within the safety limits defined by the manufacturer, Stack & de-stack from various heights with various loads safely, Manoeuvre a Lift Truck in a confined area. Assessment Learners will be evaluated by means of a theory test and a practical examination. These tests must both be passed to the RTITB standard in order to renew the operator’s licence. This qualification is available as a Dual Certification. The licence is valid for 3 years.

First Aid Courses
A reliable and practical knowledge of emergency first aid is essential in any workplace. Employers are required to assess the requirements for first aid response within the place of work and train employees accordingly. We have courses to suit a range of first aid requirements from basic awareness to more comprehensive knowledge; we can fulfil your First Aid obligations with the following courses.    Emergency First Aid at Work First Aid at Work First Aid at Work Refresher

Emergency First Aid at Work
Course Overview This course provides learners with a foundation in First Aid. It is ideal for workplaces where a risk assessment indicates that emergency first aid knowledge only is sufficient. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees. Who is this course for? This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. Course Content The content of this course provides basic lifesaving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations, covering the following:
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Health and safety (first aid) regulations Managing an incident The priorities of first aid Treatment of an unconscious casualty Resuscitation Shock Choking Seizures Bleeding Common workplace injuries.

Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation. The Emergency First Aid at Work certificate is valid for 3 years.

First Aid at Work
Course Overview
This course provides the comprehensive set of practical skills needed to become a confident first aider at work, giving you both the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies. It is ideal for all organisations where a risk assessment indicates that emergency first aid knowledge in necessary. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees.

Who is this course for?
This course is designed for people who want to receive full and comprehensive training in emergency first aid. It is ideal for appointed first aiders within the workplace.

Course Content
The content of the course will cover how to deal with the following:  Accidents and illness  Using a first aid kit  Simple record keeping  Treatment of an unconscious casualty  Heart attacks  Resuscitation  Shock  Choking  Bleeding  Burns and scalds  Poisoning  Fractures  Seizures  Asthma  Severe allergic reaction  Eye injuries  Low blood sugar  Fainting.

Course Duration
This course is a three-day programme.

Assessment
Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and a test on completion to confirm knowledge gained is sufficient to certify. The First Aid at Work certificate is valid for 3 years.

First Aid at Work Refresher
Course Overview This course is an update to the “First Aid at Work” course. The certificate expires every three years and this course is an opportunity to update the learner’s skills and refresh their knowledge in order to renew their certificate. Who is this course for? This course is designed for people who need to refresh their knowledge of First Aid and renew their existing certificate. It is ideal for appointed first aiders within the workplace. Course Content The content of the course will cover how to deal with the following:  Accidents and illness  Using a first aid kit  Simple record keeping  Treatment of an unconscious casualty  Heart attacks  Resuscitation  Shock  Choking  Bleeding  Burns and scalds  Poisoning  Fractures  Seizures  Asthma  Severe allergic reaction  Eye injuries  Low blood sugar  Fainting. Assessment Continuous assessment by trainer through observation and a test on completion to confirm knowledge gained is sufficient to certify. The First Aid at Work certificate is valid for 3 years.

IOSH Courses
IOSH stands for “Institute of Occupational Safety and Health”. IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. With more than 39,000 individual members, they are the biggest professional health and safety organisation in the world. You will receive IOSH accredited training at RTS. This is a recognised qualification and all Health and Safety auditors will accept this as appropriate training. At RTS we run two IOSH accredited courses:   Working Safely Managing Safely

IOSH Working Safely
Course Overview
IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. With more than 39,000 individual members, they are the biggest professional health and safety organisation in the world. You will receive IOSH accredited training at RTS. This is a recognised qualification and all Health and Safety auditors will accept this as appropriate training. At RTS we run two IOSH accredited courses. WORKING SAFELY is for anyone who needs or wants a basic knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety in the workplace.

Qualification Structure
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Introducing working safely Defining hazard and risk Identifying common hazards Improving safety performance Protecting the environment

Course Duration
This course last 1 day and concludes with an examination which must be passed to gain certification.

Assessment
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Multiple choice assessments Hazard spotting exercises

The Cost
This course is £90 + VAT per person, per session. Discounts are available for groups and people booking more than one session at once.

IOSH Managing Safely
Course Overview
IOSH is the Chartered body for health and safety professionals. With more than 39,000 individual members, they are the biggest professional health and safety organisation in the world. MANAGING SAFELY is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. The course is designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.

Qualification Structure
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Introducing managing safely Assessing risks Controlling risks Understanding your responsibilities Identifying hazards Investigating accidents and incidents Measuring performance Protecting our environment

Course Duration
This course lasts for 3 days and concludes with an examination which must be passed to gain certification.

Assessment
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Multiple choice assessments Risk assessment project

The Cost
This course is £400 + VAT per person, per session. Discounts are available for groups and people booking more than one session at once.

CIEH Courses
CIEH stands for “Chartered Institute of Environmental Health”. The CIEH is the UK’s leading awarding body for vocational qualifications in accredited food safety, health and safety and environmental protection qualifications. CIEH accredited qualifications are highly valued by organisations because they:


Meet all legislative requirements in health and safety, food safety and environmental protection and are respected by professionals in these fields Meet national standards for knowledge and skills Decrease the risk of incidents in the workplace Are recognised by businesses throughout the UK Provide a framework that is easy to adapt to specific sector or company needs

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CIEH Level 2 Award in Manual Handling
Course Overview
Health and Safety legislation requires employers to take appropriate steps to reduce the risk of injury to their employees. This qualification combines the theory and practical elements of manual handling. It teaches techniques to lift, carry, push and pull objects safely.

Who is this course for?
All employees who carry out manual handling tasks during their daily duties at work.

Learning Outcomes
During the course, the learner will:     Identify and understand the risks associated with manual handling. Learn the value of risk assessment and how to apply it. Make recommendations on how to safely manage risks. Apply the principles of safer handling to a range of everyday tasks.

Course Duration
This qualification can be delivered as a half-day programme for learners who only wish to gain the CIEH Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling. Those who need to learn the practical elements of manual handling should stay on for a further half-day session to gain the full CIEH Level 2 Award in Manual Handling – Principles and Practice.

Assessment
A multiple choice test is taken at the end of the course to ensure understanding of the material.

The Cost
This course is £65 + VAT per person for the full day and £45 + vat for the half day. Discounts are available for groups and people booking more than one training session at once.

CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety
Course Overview
Everyone who works with food has a special responsibility for safeguarding the health of consumers and ensuring the food they serve or sell is safe for consumption. The Award in Food Safety has been developed to address the growing need to make learning more relevant to specific business environments. These awards enable training to be tailored to meet specific needs in Catering, Manufacturing and Retail.

Who is this course for?
Anyone working in a catering, manufacturing or retail setting where food is prepared, cooked and handled. For example:  Pubs, hotels and restaurants  Food and drink manufacturers  Hospitals  Care Homes  Schools  Prisons

Learning Outcomes
During the course, the learner will:  Learn the importance of food safety and gain knowledge of the systems, techniques and procedures involved.  Understand how to control food safety risks (personal hygiene, food storage, cooking and handling).  Gain the confidence and expertise to safely deliver quality food to customers.

Course Duration
Food Safety is a one-day programme.

Assessment
A multiple choice test is taken at the end of the course to ensure understanding of the material.

The Cost
As a full cost course, this course is £65 + VAT per person, per session. Discounts are available for groups, people booking more than one session at once and people taking another of our courses.

CIEH Level 2 Award in Conflict Resolution
Course Overview
This course provides learners with a foundation in conflict resolution. It emphasises the importance of personal safety when protecting themselves against confrontational behaviour. Employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment for their employees.

Who is this course for?
Anyone whose work involves being in contact with others. This includes colleagues, customers, patients, clients or members of the public.

Learning Outcomes
During the course, the learner will:      Understand the terminology used in conflict resolution. Know the laws that apply to businesses and their employees. Learn the concepts of a safe working environment, including how the risk of conflict can be assessed. Recognise potential confrontational situations and defuse conflicts before they escalate to serious violence. Appreciate the importance of personal safety.

Course Duration
This course is a one-day programme.

Assessment
A multiple choice test is taken at the end of the course to ensure understanding.

The Cost
This course is £65 + VAT per person, per session. Discounts are available for groups and people booking more than one session at once.

RTS Forklift Truck Centre
In 2010 we set up our purpose built Fork Lift Training Centre in Barton under Needwood (Burton on Trent). Our team worked tirelessly to build the Training Centre to be approved by RTITB and accredited as a National Centre of Excellence providing training for Forklift Operators and Forklift Instructors. As well as providing various Forklift Training onsite within our centre, we can also arrange to train operator’s onsite at their place of work, giving the Employer the opportunity to select the training option that is best suited for their business needs. We offer our Learners a range of license acquisitions to suit their current ability, needs and location. We can train Novice and Experienced Forklift Operator’s, those who just need a refresher to update their license and we offer Instructor Courses too.

Forklift Training Course List

Train the Trainer Courses
The Vocational Learning sector is a growing market, with the Government making Apprenticeships a more accessible alternative to University and more people needing to re-skill to improve their chances of employment in a saturated job market. RTS Training operates courses accredited and quality verified by City and Guilds to provide training to existing assessors and tutors to improve on their current knowledge and competence and also to newcomers to training who need to learn the basics and develop the skills required to become an assessor, tutor or trainer. At RTS we offer the following train the trainer courses:    Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector TAQA for Assessors TAQA for Internal Quality Assurance

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
The PTLLS course allows learners to learn knowledge and skills required to enter teaching. It is part of a framework of qualifications for teachers in England which allows learners to progress into employment as teachers/trainers, as well as to the following City & Guilds qualifications: • • Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTTLS)

Who is this course for? For learners who work, or want to work as teachers/trainers in the Lifelong Learning Sector (LLS). It is mandatory for those wishing to enter teaching in the regulated LLS in England. PTLLS is widely recognised as the standard for those beginning to teach in the non-regulated sector in England, as well as in other nations. Course Content To achieve the Level 3 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits over the following areas.        Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning Understanding inclusive learning and teaching in lifelong learning Using inclusive learning and teaching approaches in lifelong learning Facilitate learning and development in groups Facilitate learning and development for individuals Understanding the principles and practices of assessment Principles of assessment in lifelong learning

Assessment A series of assignments, a micro teach session and a project.

TAQA - Assessing Vocational Achievement
The assessment qualifications are part of an integrated suite of TAQA qualifications for training, assessment and quality assurance practitioners. The units and qualifications will provide people who carry out assessment and internal quality assurance roles in their organisation with the opportunity to develop and improve their practice as well as achieving a professional qualification for the role. Achievers will understand the principles of assessment and have the knowledge to develop and improve systems at their centre. It is in everyone’s interest for the delivery of training, assessment and quality assurance of qualifications in the UK to be of the highest quality.

Who is this course for? The TAQA for Assessors is for people who carry out assessment and internal quality assurance roles in their organisation. Course Content The Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement is a QCF qualification with 15 credits. This qualification covers three units, these are: • • • Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment Assess Occupational Competence in the Work Environment Assess Vocational Skills, Knowledge and Understanding

Assessment A series of assignments and observations relating to the trainee assessor undertaking the assessment of two learners on a recognised programme of learning.

TAQA – Internal Quality Assurance
The quality assurance qualifications are part of an integrated suite of TAQA qualifications for training, assessment and quality assurance practitioners. The units and qualifications will provide people who carry out internal quality assurance roles in their organisation with the opportunity to develop and improve their practice as well as achieving a professional qualification for the role Achievers will understand the principles of internal quality assurance and have the knowledge to develop and improve systems at their centre. It is in everyone’s interest for the delivery of training, assessment and quality assurance of qualifications in the UK to be of the highest quality. Who is this course for? The TAQA is for people who conduct internal quality assurance roles in their organisation with the opportunity to develop and improve their practice Course Content The specific qualification you are enrolled on is the Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (12 credits) for practitioners who conduct internal quality assurance of the assessment process from within a centre or organisation, by sample planning, monitoring and advising on the practice of assessors. This qualification covers two units, these are: • • Understanding the Principles and Practices of Internally Assuring the Quality of Assessment Internally Assure the Quality of Assessment

Assessment A series of assignments and observations relating to the trainee internal quality assurer undertaking the internal verification of two assessors working on a recognised programme of learning.

ADR Courses
ADR 2011 states drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods shall hold a certificate issued by the competent authority confirming that they have participated in a training course, and passed an examination, on the particular requirements that have to be met in the carriage of dangerous goods. The main objectives of the training course is to make drivers aware of the hazards arising in the carriage of dangerous goods and to give them basic information indispensable for minimising the likelihood of an incident taking place and to enable them to take measures necessary for their own safety and that of the public and the environment. Once an ADR Certificate has been awarded it is valid for a period of 5 years. A refresher course may be taken at any time during the five year period. If the refresher course is taken prior to the fifth year then the certificate will be valid (subject to passing exams) from the date of the examinations. If the course is taken during the fifth year then the certificate (subject to passing exams) becomes active after the expiry date of the current certificate. Who is this course for?

This course is designed for drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods in the following classes:        Class 2 - Compressed Gases Class 3 - Flammable Liquids Class 4 - Flammable Solids Class 5 - Oxidising Substances Class 6 - Toxics Class 8 - Corrosives Class 9 - Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances

Course Content ADR is a modular based course which consists of a common Core module and optional modules which can be chosen to suit your requirements. We recognise that it is not always easy to take time away from work and therefore offer our ADR training programme on a flexible basis. We also organise training at local venues convenient to you, or in-house at your business, time spent on the ADR course counts towards your Driver CPC time spent requirements. Mandatory Core Module The Training Course is split into different modules; The Core Module embraces dangerous goods regulations, first aid, firefighting, use of protective clothing, vehicle breakdown procedures, parking, supervision and the security of vehicles carrying dangerous goods - THIS MODULE MUST BE TAKEN BY ALL DRIVERS!

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Introduction to classes of dangerous goods Legal and regulatory implications of the carriage of dangerous goods Vehicle marking Load restrictions and segregation PPE and safety equipment Practical exercises Emergency aid

Packages A driver carrying hazardous packages would need to take the Core Module, Packaged Goods Module and the Class Module(s) relevant for the type of dangerous goods being carried  Types of packages  Labeling of packages  UN approval marking  Limited quantities Tankers Tanker drivers would need to take the Core Module followed by the Tanker Module and Class Module(s) for the types of dangerous substances being carried.  Loading and unloading  Loading levels  Vehicle roll over  Static electricity  Tanker hazard warning panels Course Duration ADR Initial Core Modules with 1 Class Module – 2 Days ADR Initial Core Modules with Packages Modules – 4 Days ADR Initial Core Modules with Packages and Tankers Modules – 5 Days ADR Refresher with Packages/Tankers – 3 ½ Days Assessment Examination.

CPC for Transport Managers
Any company operating goods vehicles over 3.5 tonnes requires an Operator's Licence. In order to apply for this, the licence holder must hold or have access to someone who holds a valid Certificate of Professional Competence in Road Haulage (CPC) qualification. This qualification should not be confused with the “DCPC” which is for individual drivers. The CPC is a qualification issued on behalf of all EU national transport departments (DfT in the UK). The CPC has now been amalgamated (from Dec 4th 2011) to incorporate both National and International to meet European requirements - The international can only be achieved as a standalone exam for those already in possession of a standard National CPC and this is only available until end of 2013 - For those candidates having no formal CPC qualification, they now have to undertake the full combined programme. Who is this course for?

Individuals responsible for national and/or international transport operations and those wishing to enter the profession of Road Haulage Transport Management or demonstrate professional competence to meet the Operator Licensing requirements.
Course Content Candidates will learn knowledge, understanding and skills applicable to both national and international operations and business transactions operations in order to enable them to better operate a Road Haulage organisation. The course will cover the following areas:  Civil Laws relating to road haulage  Commercial laws relating to road haulage  Social laws relating to road haulage  Fiscal laws relating to road haulage  Business and financial management of the undertaking of road haulage operations  Access to the road haulage market  Technical standards and technical aspects of road haulage operations  Road safety Course Duration This course entails a 7 day classroom based programme with an additional day for the exam plus an optional extra revision day the day prior to the exam. Assessment  One multi-choice examination with 60 questions to be answered in two hours. A pass mark of 70% will be required to pass this unit. One case study examination, again of two hours duration and with between five and eight questions totalling 60 marks. Candidates will have to gain at least 50% of the available marks to pass this unit.



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