VIP Transport Management Consultancy provide training in many aspects of the haulage industry, these can help develop skills for managers, office staff or drivers within the following fields:
Understanding why digital will replace analogue tachographs and how this effects the operator. Showing what needs to be carried out and when, how to download the vehicle unit, locking your company in/out, downloading driver cards and understanding printouts with a hands on approach. We will show you how to gain this information and what needs to be auctioned! Giving advice on Infringements and driver disciplinary.
An up to date look at all legislation and helpful tips and advice on drivers hours law and the working time directive! This training session is great for all managers and employees alike, helping managers and operators plan effectively and drivers stay within the law.
Stay compliant, stay legal! Looking at the operation and providing tips and guidance on staying compliant! We will look at all aspects of your operation and put systems in place, make changes if needed and keep all records up to date with easy to access in case of an audit. A lot can come from this training session giving operators like “Peace of Mind”.
If you are looking for a Management course that covers a wide range of topics including drivers hours, tachographs, vehicle checks, legislation awareness or a management refresher then this course is for you.
The Traffic Commissioner for the South Eastern and Metropolitan Traffic Area has confirmed that he would be willing to accept evidence of participation in this course as fulfilling the requirement he sometimes imposes at public inquiry to attend an operator's licence awareness seminar. OLAT
7 hour JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training) training session that goes towards the 35 hours needed to gain the full Drivers CPC. This is a requirement for anyone driving a Lorry professionally from 9 September 2014 in addition to an appropriate valid licence. Once you obtain the Driver CPC, you must complete 35 hours of periodic training within the next five years to continue to drive professionally.