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Advance Drive School of Motoring now offers a recruitment service.
Drivers with ‘acquired rights’ are required to complete one day of periodic training per year in each five year training cycle (35 hours) before qualifying for their CPC card. When all five training days have been completed (six if you hold both bus and truck categories) qualified drivers can apply for their CPC card by either method listed below:
If you want to pursue a career in transport, unlock your potential and gain a recognised qualification then you should consider a certificate of professional competence (CPC) in transport management. This certificate, which is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, qualifies you as a transport manager and also entitles you to set up a haulage or bus passenger business.
Advance Drive is Galway’s largest and most successful driving school with a pass rate second to none. Established in 1989 Advance Drive is located in Salthill, Galway, and is the only driving school in the west of Ireland that offers tuition in every category of vehicle (A, A1, B, BE, C1, C, CE, D1, D ).
Gills Driving School, part of the Gill Group, located at Church Road, Ballina, Co Mayo, has been in business for over 40 years. Initially driving tuition was for the car only, then rigid, artic, minibus and coach were added. Now Gills Driving School is one of the biggest fleet trainers in the country. They have added all the following to their suite of services and are continually updating existing courses and adding new services to cater for demand in the transport industry. They offer courses in fleet training, defensive driving, advanced driving, occupational and eco driving, 4x4 on/off road, trailer towing, forklift training, evasive driving, occupational first aid and a refresher course in digital and analogue tachograph covering driving hours, rules and rest periods, analogue charts offences and penalties for not keeping in order.
If you want to pursue a career in transport, unlock your potential and gain a recognised qualification, then you should consider a certificate of professional competence (CPC) in transport management.
A lorry driver for a Ballina company was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court on Tuesday as he failed to take adequate rest breaks.
A haulage company was convicted and fined at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday after an inspection from the Road Safety Authority found that a number of the company’s drivers had exceeded the legal driving time on a daily basis.
An employed driver who drove over the legal hours permitted was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.
A 38-year-old self employed lorry driver, who failed to take required breaks while driving, was before Castlebar District Court this week.