Driver CPC Training in Kent

We deliver a range of Driver CPC training courses to help you to stay qualified. The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (DCPC) is designed to improve road safety and ensure consistently high driving standards by requiring all LGV drivers to undertake 35 hours of accredited CPC training every 5 years.

Our courses are delivered by our Driver Trainer in our modern training suite at our depot in Sittingbourne. The training is JAUPT approved so you can be assured of the highest standards.

Each 7 hour course is just £72 (plus VAT) per person, which includes the CPC upload fee and a certificate.

For further information, to check availability or to book any of these courses, please email

We run open courses or we can deliver specific courses to meet your requirements. We are also able to deliver training at your premises. Please get in touch to discuss your needs and see how we can support your CPC training.

Open CPC Courses

Below are the open courses that are scheduled for 2023. We offer 5 different CPC modules and we run 2 different modules each year to ensure the full programme can be delivered during the 5-year CPC cycle.

Overcoming Daily Driving Challenges | Reducing Incidents on Different Road Types

7 hours

Course Dates

  • Saturday 21st January 2023
  • Saturday 20th May 2023
  • Sunday 17th September 2023

Overcoming Daily Driving Challenges

Route Planning
The Highway Code
Bridges and Bridge Strikes
Roadworks and Traffic

Reducing Incidents on Different Road Types

Urban Driving
Rural Driving
Motorway Driving
Cyclists & Vulnerable Road Users

Reducing Incidents When Working on HGVs | Managing Driver Behaviour To Reduce Incidents

7 hours

Course Dates

  • Sunday 26th March 2023
  • Saturday 8th July 2023
  • Saturday 18th November 2023

Reducing Incidents When Working on HGVs

General Health and Safety
Safe Working on Vehicles
Loading Bays and Ramps
Safety in Coupling and Uncoupling

Managing Driver Behaviour To Reduce Incidents

Risk Taking Driving Behaviour
The Effects of Anger on Driving
In-Cab Distractions