DRIVER CPC - REVERSING VEHICLES & WORKING TIME/DRIVERS HOURS
Day 4 (Thursday)
Who Should Attend All staff who require the basic skills to cope in an emergency situation.
Aim By the end of the programme candidates will know clearly what to do in the event of an emergency
Content The role of the first-aider including reference to:
- The importance of preventing cross infection - The need for recording incidents and actions - Use of available equipment - Introduction to First Aid - Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency - The unconscious breathing casualty (including seizures) - Recovery position - CPR - Choking - Circulation theory & shock - Wounds & bleeding - Minor injuries (including small cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters) Important Information - Please read before you Book If you passed your test after the 10 September 2008 (for PCV drivers) or the 10 September 2009 (for LGV drivers) then you must complete and pass modules 2 & 4 and obtain your Initial Driver Qualification Card (DQC) before you are able to undertake any periodic training.
Please note if you did pass your PCV test after the 10/9/2008 or your LGV test after the 10/9/2009 and you have not yet completed modules 2 & 4 and obtained your initial DQC then you may not be legally able to drive commercially until you have obtained your initial DQC. However some exceptions do apply.
As the first deadlines for Driver CPC (10 September 2013 for PCV drivers) and 10 September 2014 for LGV drivers) have now passed, all professional drivers, regardless of when they passed their driving test should now have obtained a DQC to enable them to continue to drive professionally. If you do not have a DQC then you may not legally be able to drive commercially until you have obtained one. If you would like further information on this please contact us before you book.
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.