Welcome to Stay on Track Training Ltd
Stay on Track Training Ltd (SOT) is one of the UK's fastest growing training companies, providing an innovative approach to simplify the legal obligations for work-related road transport. We have a comprehensive range of services that provide operational confidence in compliance, safety and environmental awareness we currently deliver both bespoke and generic training courses for a number of the UK's operators.
SOT is also approved by a number of government agencies including being an approved training provider to Transport for London (TFL) delivering their Safe Urban Driving courses within London. The quality of our training team is the core foundation of everything we do.
Stay on Track Training Ltd has been accredited by Transport for London (TFL), Oxford & Cambridge RSA (OCR), Driver Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and Joint Approvals UnIt for Periodic Training (JAUPT).
Driver CPC Periodic Training PCV/LGV A Guide to CPC Periodic Training PCV/LGV CPC Periodic training is continuing professional development for bus, coach and lorry drivers PCV/LGV. All drivers must undertake 35 hours of CPC training in every five-year period. The minimum length of a PCV/LGV CPC training course that contributes to the requirement is seven hours. PCV/LGV CPC Courses and PCV/LGV CPC training centres must be approved by JAUPT on behalf of the competent authority for the delivery of CPC periodic training. The content, title and method of delivery of each CPC training course are subject to review during the approval process. A PCV/LGV course is a coherent programme of learning of at least seven hours. PCV/LGV CPC Periodic training is designed to improve the knowledge of the driver PCV/LGV and it could include courses in subjects such as disability awareness, tachograph regulations and safe and fuel-efficient driving. There are no tests or exams involved for CPC. PCV/LGV Driver CPC applies to all new and existing drivers who wish to drive professionally and who require an LGV or PCV licence in order to do their job.
Existing drivers (PCV) All drivers of PCV vehicles, holding a full category D, D1, D+E or D1 +E licence at 10 September 2008, will need to complete 35 hours of CPC periodic training before 10 September 2013. Following this, PCV/LGV drivers must continue to undertake a further 35 hours of CPC training in every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC. Existing drivers (LGV) All drivers of LGV vehicles, holding a category C, C1, C+E or C1 +E licence at 10 September 2009, will need to complete the 35 hours of CPC periodic training before 10 September 2014. This also includes drivers who hold C1 entitlement by virtue of passing a car test pre-1997 and drivers who hold HGV class 1, 2 or 3, gained prior to 1991. Following this, drivers must continue to undertake a further 35 hours of CPC training in every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC. Drivers with both PCV and LGV licences will have to complete only one course of 35 hours of drivers PCV/LGV CPC periodic training every five years; they will not have to undertake 35 hours of training for each licence category.