Operator CPC training

Operator CPC Training 2017

What is an Operator CPC & why do I need one?

Applicants for an Operator's Licence must show that they are 'professionally competent' or that they employ a transport manager who meets the requirements. Persons will be considered 'professionally competent' by passing the examination for the Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) conducted by OCR on behalf of the Department for Transport (DfT).


Our courses

We have been delivering Operator CPC courses for over 10 years. Course notes will be sent on receipt of payment. We recommend you study your notes prior to attending the course. The course is 10 days in duration (including exam days) and will be run from our St Austell Training Centre.

Training times are 8.30 am till 4.00 pm each day. Driveline is an OCR approved exam centre so your training and testing will be at the same location.


Exam access arrangements

Exam candidates with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or other special needs may be entitled to special arrangements.


Are there any other ways I can study for a CPC?

If you are unable to attend one of our training courses, then you can purchase CPC for Transport Managers materials. Home Study is ideal when you want to study in your own time. Purchase the CPC home study pack, which covers the full OCR CPC examination syllabus. Self assessment questions are located at the end of each section. You will also receive any email or telephone support, where required.


When do the courses take place?

The Operator CPC courses take place four times each year, finishing in March, June, September & December with the Case Study exam.


After the exams

Unit Certificates will be issued as you pass each unit, a Full Award Certificate is issued once all units are passed. Please allow 7/8 weeks for results to be issued and this process completed.