Fleet Source launches OCR transport manager CPC training

Fleet Source, CPC training.

Fleet Source is now delivering the OCR transport manager Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) qualification training course and examinations.

The training is suitable for delegates looking to become a qualified transport manager, fleet manager or for individuals who may have the responsibility of managing a company’s operator licence looking to further understand and enhance their knowledge.

The qualification is currently a lifetime award, which means that once obtained it will not expire and holders will be considered professionally competent for the rest of their lives.

Successful completion of the CPC award will qualify students to be nominated as the professionally competent person on an operator’s licence in a company large or small, and engaged in national or international operations.

The qualification from Fleet Source is also approved under the Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELCS) offered by the MOD, giving service leavers the chance to start a new career in logistics and road haulage with financial help for the cost of their learning.

“The national average pass rate for the CPC Qualification is 56%,” said Mick Kemp, audit and training operations director at Fleet Source. “However, we are very proud to have an above average pass rate of 82% due to the expertise and knowledge of our trainers that deliver the course.

“Gaining this certificate really opens up new pathways for successful participants and allows them to progress and go on to achieve even more.”

The course is run in two, five-day blocks with a gap in between to enable delegates to plan, have a break and refresh their knowledge.

The first two qualification training dates are commencing in August in both Lincoln and Letchworth Garden City.

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