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What is Driver CPC periodic training?

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Who doesn't need to complete the training?

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What ID is required to undertake training?

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Where do I download the Centre & Course Application forms?

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As a driver, how do I check my completed hours?

Latest from JAUPT

  • Attendance Register

    Approved centres must be able to demonstrate that they are recording all of the necessary information; this includes the licence category (C or D) and a confirmation that training has been delivered for a minimum of 7 hours and an auditable trail of break times taken. With this in mind, we recommend that. . .

  • Flexible ID Requirements

    The ID requirements for Driver CPC Periodic Training have been amended to allow drivers more flexibility when attending courses. Before any training session starts, approved centres must check and evidence that all drivers have provided proof of their identity; they can do so using any of the following forms of photographic ID:

  • Approval is non-transferrable

    There is no provision under the "Vehicle Drivers (Certificates of Professional Competence) Regulations 2007" for the transfer of an existing approval to provide periodic training courses from one legal entity to another. An approval is not a negotiable asset and any changes of circumstance to the legal makeup of the centre should be reported to JAUPT without delay. Failure to do so may mean that any training delivered is not approved and will not be accepted as an entry to the "R&E Database".

  • Appropriate Course Names

    Driver CPC Periodic Training Courses should have an appropriate name, which reflects the content of the course but is not misleading. This is particularly important where a course has certification or accreditation from another body, and so meets the requirements for another syllabus. Examples of what is deemed acceptable can be found below:

Who are we?

JAUPT manage the applications process and quality control of centres and courses delivering periodic training on behalf of the DVSA in Great Britain and the DVA in Northern Ireland.

  • Process applications for training centres to deliver periodic training

  • Process course applications to ensure they are complying with the requirements for periodic training

  • Process course applications to ensure they are complying with the requirements for periodic training