Enterprise Transport Training offer Road Haulage Operator CPC Courses from locations across the UK for every Transport Manager exam sitting.
Passenger Transport Operator CPC Examinations are also offered at all of our locations.
We achieve pass rates well above the national average.
Our Operator CPC courses are delivered via a number of study methods, at times convenient to you. Whatever your budget, learning style or work schedule, we have an option to suit you. All courses are delivered to the highest professional standard, at the lowest price.
All Enterprise Transport Training sites are OCR accredited examination centres, giving the benefit of taking the exam at the same location as your training course.
The case study exam is held every quarter in accordance with the national timetable set by OCR.
All our sites are also accredited ‘e-testing’ venues for the multiple choice examination, meaning that candidates can choose when they wish to sit this element of the examination. Multiple choice examinations are held every week at every centre. Results are received same day.
2 day refresher courses targeted at existing operators and their staff are held on a quarterly basis.
The course provides a complete overview of the Operator Licencing regime ensuring that existing operators keep abreast of legislative changes. It also allows traffic office staff to be aware of the responsibilities placed upon Operators and the importance of running a fully compliant transport operation.
For those Operators who have not taken their obligations with regards to continuing professional development as seriously as they ought and who wish to demonstrate to the Traffic Commissioner that they have undergone refresher training it is the ideal course.
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The intensive course is a one week block of tuition and is held the week before the exam week.
The Intensive course focuses on getting candidates ‘exam ready’ by focusing on examination technique and question practice:
We understand everybody has different circumstances. Many are running their own business, some need to stay on the road; others may have family commitments – all pressures that prevent people from taking time out for a block week intensive course.
The Distance Learning course includes:
This is the most cost effective way of taking the Operator CPC. You do need to be determined, self-disciplined and confident of your own learning techniques.
The home study pack includes:
There is also the option to pay for access to our online question bank of over 1000 multiple choice questions to practice for the multiple choice examination.
It is possible to book onto a multiple choice exam when you are ready. Multiple choice exams are scheduled regularly costs include invigilation charges.
The case study exam is held every three months in line with the OCR national timetable and costs include invigilation charges.
For those candidates who have studied unsuccessfully elsewhere or whose training providers are not OCR accredited examination centres we offer the facility to attend our centres on an ‘exam only’ basis. It also suits those external candidates who have failed just the multiple choice and who wish to resit at the earliest opportunity.
Anyone wishing to operate goods vehicles for hire and reward both in the UK and abroad must obtain a standard international operator’s licence. To meet the professional competence requirements contained in the legislation a new entrant must gain the Operators’ Certificate of Professional Competence. You can gain your Operator CPC by passing the following exams.
The multiple choice exam consists of 60 questions. Students have up to 2 hours to complete the exam. The exam is designed to test an individual’s knowledge of basic facts covered across the course subject. The pass mark is normally 42.
This exam lasts for two and a quarter hours and candidates are permitted to take paper-based reference material into the exam (also known as ‘open book’). Candidates are given information about a transport company; they must read and analyse the information. They are then asked to answer between 6 and 8 questions relating to the company. 50% of the paper is spent on three major areas Operator Licensing, Drivers’ Hours and Vehicle Costing (approximately 5 sections of the course manual); the other 50% of the exam concentrates on the other areas of the manual.