Fri 20.09.19 – Drivers Hours and Tachograph course


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This comprehensive seminar will ensure delegates acquire a full understanding of EU and domestic drivers’ Drivers Hours and Tachograph best practices and requirements.

Course content:

  • Makes sure drivers have up-to-date knowledge of rules and laws regarding drivers hours.
  • Ensures drivers understand and are able to use analogue tachographs and new digital tachograph technology.
  • Counts as 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic Driver CPC training required to gain or renew a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
    Course Content:
  • The rules on drivers’ hours – Regulation (EC) 561/2006 and GB Domestic Rules including: daily/weekly/fortnightly driving limits including driving breaks; daily and weekly rest requirements.
  • The rules on working time – Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations 2005 including: breaks from work; the definition of work; maintaining weekly average at or below the legal limits.
  • The Rules on Tachograph Usage – Regulation (EC) 3821/85 and drivers’ responsibilities in using analogue and digital tachographs including: carrying sufficient records; correct use of the mode switch; centrefield entries on analogue charts; explanation of different digital tachograph cards; understanding what a digital vehicle unit (VU) records; logging in and out of digital VU; manual entries on digital VU; manual records on both analogue and digital; returning used analogue charts to operator; rules regarding downloading digital data
  • Graduated Fixed Penalties – Including: penalties, fines and convictions for various drivers hours and tachograph infringements

Course Duration: 7 hours Commences: 09:00 at Buds Cafe, Lee Mill

Concludes: 17:00

JAUPT – Driver CPC Notes

This course has been Approved by JAUPT to count 7 hours towards Driver CPC Training requirements. Call us if you require further information.

Don’t forget to bring – Candidates must bring the following forms of ID to enable us to upload the training record to the DSA website.

  • Photo-Card Driving Licence
  • Driver Qualification Card (DQC)

Also accepted forms of ID

  • Digital Tachograph Driver Card
  • Valid UK Passport & Driver Licence Number

Without at least one of the above forms of ID we will not be able to record your training.

Cost includes record uploading charges, any travel and accommodation costs incurred for our instructor, approval certificates and full seminar course notes. Refreshments will be delegates’ own responsibility.

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