Transport Management Training – Manchester

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Transport Management Training in Manchester

Reducing costs, improving profits and increasing efficiency.

‘O’ licence applications and management, can’t spare the time? Not abreast with new and forth coming legislation? Need an interim Transport Manager / CPC holder, don’t know where to look?

Our senior consultant, Mark Gaines, brings over 25 years of first hand transport expertise from driver to transport manager. He is fully qualified, with a Certificate of Professional Competence in International Road Transport and relevant adult teaching qualifications.

We are accredited for Driver CPC by JAUPT as a Member of the Institute of Transport Administration (AC00709/12) with external auditing and are able to deliver quality solutions and keep our clients up to date with relevant legislation.

We offer independent Transport Management Consultancy, providing you with the solutions and services for all your: ‘O’ licence, CPC, Tachograph and Driver requirements;

Manager Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC)

The Transport Manager CPC is a legal requirement of the operator licencing system for both Standard National and International licences.

Under current EU law, operators of large goods vehicles seeking an ‘O’ licence must show that they are professionally competent or employ someone as a transport manager who makes that requirement.

This ten day course works towards the exam set by the OCR examination board, it provides up-to-date and relevant training for those seeking to enter the field of Transport Management or to demonstrate the professional competence required to meet the operator’s licence requirements.

Topics covered include:
Operator licensing
Managing the licence
Maintenance systems
Drivers’ hours and record keeping
Driver licensing
Road safety
Incident reporting

Home study will be required throughout the duration of the course.

Operator Licence Applications

Do you want to start your own HGV business or maybe bring your logistics needs in house? You are going to require an ‘Operator Licence’.

MEG Training will support you through-out the process from help completing the relevant forms, placing your advertisement, advice regarding financial requirements and maintenance contracts.

Managing Director, Mark Gaines himself holds an International CPC in Road Haulage and also teaches potential Transport Managers in OCR CPC Road Haulage.

The main purpose of goods vehicle operator licencing is to ensure the safe and proper use of goods vehicles and to protect the environment around the operating centres.

You will need an ‘O’ Licence if you want to use;
• A vehicle over 3.5 tonne (3500kg) plated weight.
• A vehicle for business, hire or reward.
• A vehicle in conjunction with trade or business

There are a variety of O licence types that could be suitable to your needs.

Standard International Licence:

This allows you to carry your own goods, and goods for other people for hire or reward, both in the UK and on international journeys. It requires that you and your Transport Manager must each satisfy the requirement of good repute and professional competence.

Standard National Licence:

This allows you to carry your own goods on your own account, or other people’s goods for hire or reward, in the UK and to carry your OWN goods on your own account abroad.
It requires that you and your Transport Manager must each satisfy the requirement of good repute and professional competence.

Restricted Licence:

This only allows you to carry your own goods on your own account within the UK and the EU. You do not have to satisfy the requirement of professional competence.
Examples of using a restricted license are: If you produce your own products and deliver them yourself or if you use the vehicle to transport tools or equipment to and from a job, e.g. a scaffolder or builder.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements and how we can best help you to move forward with the process.
The complete guide, which is titled Goods Vehicle Operator Licensing Guide for Operators is available from the gov.uk website here http://bit.ly/18BVbOe

An Operator Licence Awareness Training (OLAT) course provide an overview of the operation licencing system and details the fundamental undertakings that apply to operators.

The OLAT course is delivered in a one day session and is an excellent starting point for people who are looking to prepare to gain The Transport Management CPC qualification or those who are looking to update their awareness as part of their continued professional development. The course may also be required to be undertaken following an instruction from a Traffic Commissioner. This is common when an Operator holding either a Standard or Restricted Operator License and has appeared at a Public Inquiry. Our course fully complies with the expectations of the Traffic Commissioner.

The Operator Licence Awareness Training (OLAT) course is designed to give the operator the ability to prevent future non-compliance, covering:

• Operator Licensing – Application; Conditions; Notifiable Changes; Legal Responsibilities
• Safe Loading of Vehicles – including Load Restraint, calculation of payload and safe load distribution
• Weights and Dimensions of Vehicles
• Drivers Hours – EU drivers hours and the Road Transport Working Time Directive

Drivers Hours Records for Analogue and Digital Tachographs

Working Time Directive for non-driving personnel

Planning Safe Overnight Parking

Driver Licensing

• Speed Limits
• Planned Preventive Maintenance – including Drivers’ Defect Reporting; Enforcement
• Operational Security
• Operator Compliance Risk Scores (OCRS)

An abbreviated version of the OLAT course is also available as a 3.5 hour Driver CPC module, designed to inform drivers and junior staff of their role in operator licencing compliance and the implications of non-compliance.
(This shorter course is not accepted by the Traffic Commissioner as a full OLAT course)