Next Availability: w/c 1st April 2021

CPC Module 4

CPC Module 4 for only £295 including test fee and VAT
over 70 years of combined experience in the LGV Industry

Driver CPC
CPC Module 4
CPC Module 4

At Craig Baker Driver Training our LGV Instructors have over 70 years of combined experience in the LGV Industry we are able to pass this experience and knowledge over to our candidates and as a result we have an excellent pass rate with most of our candidates achieving 95% or more when taking the part 4 CPC Exam.

Our 4 hour courses have been specifically designed to help our candidates get the training done and pass the test all within 1 day, We start with the classroom training going over the potential questions and answers and then move onto the practical aspect and then finishing with the 30 minute CPC module 4 test.

We provide training material so that when you come on the day you will have already had a chance to swat up on a few of the potential questions that you could be asked on the CPC exam Our training area is based in Wigan with easy access to travel from places like Manchester, Liverpool, Preston, Warrington in fact anywhere within the north west of England The Practical Demonstration Test of the Driver CPC was introduced to ensure new drivers of Large Goods Vehicles (LGVs) or buses can demonstrate a variety of operations that you are required to be able to do to meet legal requirements. These are covered by the 5 topic areas in the syllabus of the Driver CPC. The test allows you to prove to an examiner that you can carry out the following vital operations safely:

Demonstrating vehicle loading with appropriate regard for vehicle use and safety rules.

You will need to demonstrate to the examiner that you know how to:

  • calculate total vehicle weight taking account loaded goods;
  • recognise if the vehicle has been overloaded or improperly loaded in some other way, and;
  • secure and safely distribute loads you may be required to carry on your vehicle so that they and the vehicle will maintain stability on the road.

Demonstrate good knowledge of how to secure the vehicle and its contents at all times.

You will need to demonstrate to the examiner that you know how to:

  • keep your vehicle secure and know the steps you need to take to reduce the risk of theft when parked with special attention for night time parking;
  • undertake physical checks of the breaks to ensure they are operating correctly and what should be done if a fault is found. You will also need to demonstrate an understanding of how the braking system functions;
  • carry out proper checks of all of the wheels, tyres, and other equipment, such as spray suppression equipment, on your vehicle. You will have to do the same with a trailer if carrying one and ensure everything is in a good and serviceable condition;
  • demonstrate your knowledge of the clearances required in relation to your vehicle’s physical dimensions. You will have to explain the restrictions that could apply due to these dimensions and show you are aware of overhanging or projecting objects when practically driving;
  • how to check the vehicle controls and gauges as part of your ‘Cockpit Drill’ and the action to take when a warning light is showing.

Demonstrate good knowledge of how to secure the vehicle and its contents at all times.

You will need to demonstrate to the examiner that you know how to:

  • keep your vehicle and its contents secure in relation to potential trafficking. You will have to explain best practice procedures you should implement when crossing borders with particular reference given to leaving and returning the United Kingdom;
  • make necessary checks to comply with crossing borders legislation. You will need to explain how to spot where illegal packages or people being trafficked may have been hidden inside your vehicle or the goods you are carrying;
  • check that your vehicle is securely fitted with TIR cords;
  • check for signs of tampering of these cords and when you may need to do it on your journey;
  • spot where traffickers may target on your vehicle to gain access to it;
  • meet the requirements of the anti-trafficking system implemented by your company, and;
  • safely keep the appropriate paperwork in an accessible area for the duration of your journey.

Demonstrate good knowledge of how to secure the vehicle and its contents at all times.

You will need to demonstrate to the examiner that you know how to:

  • manage extreme weather with attention given to diesel fuel and appropriate driving visual aids;
  • adopt the appropriate emergency procedure in the event your vehicle catches on fire.
  • You will also need to identify which fire extinguisher should be used to tackle specific fires and note the various types of extinguishers, and;
  • safely get into and exit your vehicle and demonstrate how to give proper regard to pedestrians and other road users.

Demonstrate good knowledge of how to secure the vehicle and its contents at all times.

You will need to demonstrate to the examiner that you know how to:

  • take the necessary precautions before you starting your vehicle’s engine, and;
  • carry out the safety checks you need to make of your vehicle every time before you start any journey. You are permitted to use a safety check sheet for drivers.

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