July 2016 Newsletter
This months newsletter contains: EU Referendum, Centre Quality Assurance Visits, Taxi Driver Periodic Training Update, Update on the JAUPT website, JAUPT Contact List, Webinars and DFT Statistics
June 2016 Newsletter
In this months edition we have clarified some issues raised from the May 2016 Escalation article, updated you with some changes to GOV.UK content and re-launched our webinar survey.
May 2016 Newsletter
In this months edition we explain the escalation process, we have provided updated website guides for centres, tell you about our new telephone service and alert you to some new information on Taxi Driver Periodic Training.
March 2016 Newsletter
In this months edition we have created an infographic which aims to help centres understand the Application process, we have provided an update on Taxi Driver Periodic Training (NI Only) and making payments.
Mass Upload Spreadsheet Template v2
Please note we have deployed a change to the mass uploader spreadsheet within the sign-in section of this site.
From today (03/03/2016 5pm) you will need to download the latest Version of the mass uploader spreadsheet. The current version for this is 'download an example file v2'.
February 2016 Newsletter
We have sent out our February 2016 newsletter. This month we are pleased to have published articles which aim to help centres understand the Quality Assurance Visit process, the latest R&E Improvements along with feedback and updates on using the JAUPT centre sign-in pages.
Non-UK Licence Upload Process Made Simpler
DVSA have asked us to announce the improvement to the Driver CPC recording and evidencing system (R&E) to enable approved periodic trainers to directly upload the hours of non-UK drivers.
Process Mapping Tools
In the next couple of months JAUPT will be developing some interactive tools to help new and approved centres understand our processes.
Meeting the Level 2 requirement
The aim of Driver CPC is to improve road safety and help drivers become more professional in all aspects of their work. Legislation references that training must be delivered “at or above Level 2”. If there is evidence a periodic training course falls significantly below Level 2, the DVSA/DVA will not allow the hours to count towards the 35 hours required for Driver CPC periodic training and the training provider will not gain subsequent approval for the course without demonstrating that appropriate changes have been made.
A guide to best practice for planning, delivering and uploading Periodic Training. Including: Always informing us of any planned periodic training, telling us if you have to cancel a course, ensuring only eligible drivers are uploaded and making sure you upload to the R&E system on time.
Nearly all lorry drivers complete CPC
New figures released week ending 11th September 2015 showed that almost 99% of lorry drivers stopped during roadside checks in the last year had completed their Driver Certificate of Competence (CPC) periodic training.
Taxi Driver Periodic Training introduced in Northern Ireland
Taxi Driver Periodic Training has been introduced in Northern Ireland from the 1st September 2015. The purpose of periodic training is to raise the standards of the taxi industry and to develop the current skills of taxi drivers.