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HGV Driver Training for High Speed Two

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Do you deliver driver cpc approved training courses? Do you want to get involved in training drivers who will be working on the delivery of High Speed Two?

We forecast that there might be up to 4.2 million vehicle trips on UK roads by HGVs travelling to or from construction sites along Phase One of the route between London and Staffordshire. Most of these trips will be on rural roads.

High Speed Two Limited (HS2) has developed a CPC-valid Professional Driver Training Course which addresses the particular risks associated with driving in rural areas. HS2 therefore invite expressions of Interest from suitably experienced companies wishing to deliver the HS2 Professional Driver training on a licence agreement. You must be an approved training centre to provide Driver CPC periodic training courses. HS2 will provide the details of approved training providers and centres to their contractors. The costs for the training will be covered by the contractors.

The training providers seeking to deliver the HS2 Pro Driver training must provide evidence to demonstrate experience in the delivery of approved DCPC (Driver Certificate of Professional Competence) courses.

We are looking for companies who can deliver on a regional or national basis and who will be able to deliver the training in an interesting, creative and interactive way, using the training packs that will be provided by HS2 to achieve the training objectives and learning outcomes, along with the performance criteria set out in the trainers pack.

Interested? Please contact   HS2Transport@hs2.org.uk  for the attention of Neil Cox, Transport Manager, Compliance & Environment

 


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