About CPC Ireland
At CPC Ireland (CPCI) we provide end to end driver and logistics industry training services to a broad range of customers. We believe in embracing our customer’s challenges no matter how big or small. We strive to provide meaningful and friendly training environments where participants can feel at ease.
We focus on CPC Driver Training as our core business. However, we also provide Manual Handling Training as this has now become a compulsory training module for all employers and is very closely aligned to the transport and logistics industry.
To lead in the development and delivery of Logistics and Transport Industry training programmes by providing comprehensive training programmes in an easy to learn environment.
- CPC Driver Training Modules 1-6.
- Manual Handling for Transport and Logistics personnel.
- Haz-Chem Training.
- Tachograph Training.
- Forklift (Instructor) Training.
What makes us different and why
Driver CPC Training is standard and structured programme issued by the Road Safety Authority. The key is in the style of learning and delivery. Our courses are very inclusive, we don’t test or examine participants, we deliver by using slides, participant work groups, group discussion and paper and pencil exercises. We regularly stop the training to ensure all participants are following the training plan. We also provide drivers with a regular report on the progress of their training. Click here to see an example of a Driver Management Report.
What is the CPC Driver Training Programme
The driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competency) has been implemented as part of an EU directive designed specifically for the transport industry in Ireland with 3 main aims:
- Improve overall road safety.
- Reduce road fatalities and injuries (incl the long term cost of those injuries).
- Reduce the negative impact on the environment.
The course was introduced in Ireland in conjunction with the Road Safety Authority (RSA) to set and maintain the very highest of standards in road safety and driving skills among professional drivers in the haulage and passenger service industries.