JAUPT is a not-for-profit company that was established in 2007 to enable the Competent Authorities (DVSA in Great Britain and the DVA in Northern Ireland) to manage the application process and quality assurance programme of centres and courses for the periodic training element of 'The Vehicle Drivers (Certificates of Professional Competence) Regulations 2007'.

JAUPT also manages:

  • Taxi Driver Periodic Training (TDPT) in Northern Ireland
  • National Vocational Training (NVT) Programme
  • Drink-Drive Rehabilitation (DDR)

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Latest news from JAUPT

The Government to review Driver CPC

The Government is carrying out a review of Driver CPC to see how it can be improved to help ease HGV driver shortages. The review will be informed by input from a wide range of stakeholders, including...

Driver CPC Course approval

In January 2021 DVSA/DVA updated the Driver CPC course approval process linking a trainer’s relevant skills, knowledge and experience to the courses they deliver. Since then, over 1100 course ap...

Driver CPC and TDPT training in Northern Ireland

The Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) have confirmed that classroom-based Taxi Driver Periodic Training (TDPT) and both classroom-based and in-cab Driver CPC periodic training and can now resume in Nort...

DCPC periodic training in England and Scotland

Driver CPC training in England and WalesDVSA have confirmed that both classroom-based and in-cab Driver CPC periodic training can restart from 12 April 2021 in England and Wales - this includes traini...

DDR courses in England and Scotland

DVSA has confirmed that classroom based DDR courses can be delivered in England and Scotland from 12 April 2021. The Welsh Government will contact providers delivering in Wales under separate cover sh...

Anticipated Restart of Driver CPC Classroom Training

DVSA has confirmed an anticipated restart date of 12 April 2021 for all classroom based periodic training in-line with the publication of the roadmap out of national lockdown. This includes...