|Local Open Training Courses|
We have the largest number of national open/public training courses available in the UK. So, even if you have multiple site locations, we’ll have a Driver CPC training course running locally to you that your drivers can easily attend.
We offer onsite training where one of our highly skilled trainers will come to your site and train your drivers. You can then choose the modules and location which will be most suited to your business.
If you haven’t got an onsite training room available, we can arrange and hire a training room locally to you.
Already have your own in-house trainers?
We have a large bank of trainers with nationwide coverage which enables us to send them to you at any location.
We can complement any existing Driver CPC training with our wide choice of 17 different modules available. So even if you have your own accredited training modules, you may find it useful to use us for some alternative training.
Training Module Portfolio
With a portfolio of seventeen new and refreshed modules to choose from, we have a range of topics to suit everyone. As all of our modules* are just 3 ½ hours long we can train two modules in one day. We’ve learnt, from positive driver feedback, that this breaks the day up and retains engagement and interest from the course attendees.
To find out more on each of the modules, please click here.
*Except First Aid, which is a full 7 hour course
When it comes to Driver CPC Training, we understand that it can involve a lot of organisation for companies to ensure their drivers all keep up to date with their required 35 hours of training. We pride ourselves on being able to take that stress away from you while providing informative training and it's great to see our customers feel the same.
"When it came to organising our 2015 Driver CPC training I went to Driver Hire Training. The whole experience was excellent, from organising a date for the course – which Driver Hire were able to deliver on site here at Warwick. Jim Richardson, Driver Hire’s trainer was super. He was on-site an hour early and the course content first class.”