Foward post from DVSA
Periodic training should be informative and engaging and should help improve your skills as a professional driver. If you have had andy issues with Driver CPC periodic training you should report this to the DVSA
We take reports of poor quality periodic training very seriously and we’ll investigate if we hear about bad practice.
What Driver CPC training should cover
As a quick reminder, your training should be:
- at least 7 hours in length, roughly once a year
- in line with the Driver CPC syllabus and up to date with best practice guidelines
- delivered by a knowledgeable trainer
- engaging and informative
If you, or a member of your staff, had periodic training that you thought was poor quality or didn’t meet the legal requirements, please let us know by emailing DCPC_CC@dvsa.gov.uk.
You’ll need to let us know:
- the date of the training
- who the training provider was
- the name of the course you attended
- what the problem with the training was