Gallagher Bassett Risk Consulting has devised a series of online training courses to help identify, assess and support you and your drivers with the challenges faced in an ever changing environment. 

Our online CPC courses are designed specifically around the requirements of the driver while providing the flexibility to train at home. Accredited by the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT) we ensure that our training leaves a lasting positive impact on driver performance.
 
CPC Online

All professional drivers who drive vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, or with 9 passenger seats or more are required to undertake 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years. Held on our webex platform, each Gallagher Bassett training course taken will contribute 7 hours towards your Driver CPC requirements. 

Pricing

Individual Attendees - £69.00+VAT per attendee. 

RMP and GB Partners in Risk - DISCOUNT 5% - £65.55+VAT per attendee. 

We can accept a maximum of 15 attendees per course. 

Course Overview:
 
Alcohol and Drugs Awareness for the Professional Driver A CPC course designed to improve a professional drivers knowledge and understanding of the recreational use of alcohol and drugs. This course contains the facts allowing drivers to make better decisions regarding use and their effect on the driving skill.
This course also examines legal ramifications for drivers and the risks for failing to adhere to driving rules.

Driven to Distraction

Driver distraction is one of the major causes of collisions and near misses. This course focusses on professional drivers and the implications of being distracted for both them and other road users. Understanding the causes and types allows drivers to make better choices about in vehicle activity. 

Fatigue Awareness for Professional Drivers

Driver Fatigue is a factor in a high volume of serious and fatal collisions annually across the UK. This course outlines the causes of driver fatigue and reminds drivers of the risks of driving whilst potentially impaired and the effect on their decision making and reaction times.

Human Factors and the Professional Driver

A course designed for the professional driver to better understand human performance factors and types of human error associated with occupational and specialist driving.

 
Course Date & Time:

All the courses below are to run 08:00am - 16:00pm 

Course: 

Date: 

Time:

Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver 07/04/21 08:00
Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver  08/04/21 08:00
Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver  11/05/21 08:00
Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver  13/05/21 08:00
Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver  15/06/21 08:00
Alcohol & Drug Awareness for the Professional Driver  16/06/21 08:00
Driven to Distraction 30/03/21 08:00
Driven to Distraction 01/04/21 08:00
Driven to Distraction 04/05/21 08:00
Driven to Distraction 05/05/21 08:00
Driven to Distraction 07/06/21 08:00
Fatigue Awareness for Professional Drivers  25/03/21 08:00
Fatigue Awareness for Professional Drivers  18/05/21 08:00
Fatigue Awareness for Professional Drivers  19/05/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 16/03/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 19/03/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 13/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 15/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 20/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 22/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 26/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 28/04/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 02/06/21 08:00
Human Factors and the Professional Driver 03/06/21 08:00
 
Further Information

For further information on any of the above courses, please email riskcontroluk@gbtpa.com 

*Exclusive courses can be arranged as required.

CPC Training registration

YOUR CPC TRAINER: 

Sandra

Sandra Macdonald-Ames

Associate Fleet Risk Consultant

07776 352847

Sandra_MacdonaldAmes@gbtpa.com

Sandra has recently joined Gallagher Basset and brings with her over 15 years extensive fleet experience. She has advised major companies on how to manage their fleet collision risk, written fleet and driver policies and designed interventions to reduce specific areas of concern. Additional work has included FORS auditing and the delivery of driver offender courses. Sandra holds both a MSc and PhD in driver behaviour which were focussed around the blue light sector. Her PhD considered the impact that lights and sirens can have on the emergency driver’s acceptance of risk.