Please select from the range of Driver CPC Training PowerPoint presentations listed below.
You will receive the FREE Introduction to DCPC when you purchase at least one of the paid presentations.
The presentations are supplied on a CD Rom that can be copied on to a PC for amendment.
000 Introduction to DCPC: 36 slides approx *FREE with any of the presentations below Pastoral elements; fair processing; reasons for doing DCPC and who needs it; how to get a DQC; course timetable; direct syllabus.
001 Maintenance (etc.): 160 slides approx Public enquiries; OCRS; Guide to maintaining roadworthiness; VOSA inspection manual; Safe operators guide; maintenance systems; safety inspections; drivers defect reports; fixed penalties and PG9s; mechanical requirements / inspection; wheel security; tyres; brakes; markings and lamps; agency drivers; driver progress questions.
002 Driving licence protection: 160 slides approx How licences have developed; definition of terms; licence categories explained; licence wording and codes explained; licence renewal; weights; exemptions; ages; CRB; visitors; medicals and ailments; visual acuity; importance of health; drugs and alcohol; mobile phones; towing; who can stop; fixed penalties; licence checking service; SAFED; replacing your licence; driver progress questions.
003 First on the scene and accidents: 200 slides approx Accidents; Highway code; instructions in writing; action to be taken in an emergency; first aid including CPR, shoch, bleeding, AEDs;recovery position, burns; fire including causes, fire triangle; extinguishers; putting out a fire; legal requirements; accidents legally defined; accident reports; insurance; licence implications; vehicle maintenance; driver training; health and safety, accident prevention, tiredness, alcohol and drugs.
004 Loading and load security: 255 slides approx Codes of practice & general safety issues; fixed penalties; the law; the science; load movement during a journey; load securing / restraint; accidents; effect of wind, hills, roughsurfaces, braking, acceleration; roping and sheeting; methods of loading; load distribution and weights; rollover; curtain-sliders; containers; other loads, load calculations; animals; O Licence obligations; manual handling; high loads; STGOs, heavy, wide and long loads; dangerous goods; workplace transport safety; driver security; miscellaneous items.
005 PSV driver – “The Bread Winner”: 240 slides approx The job; employment contracts and the philosophy; working time; cherishing customers; luggage; special needs; schoolchildren; passenger lists; illigal immigrants; alcohol and drugs; teamwork; uniforms; PR; behaviour; customer complaints and code of practice; public address; VOSA implications and checks; breakdown and recovery; on board equipment; videos and CDs; CCTV; safety; seatbelts; accidents and collisions; occupational risks; DVT; bus markings and signs; remedies following accidents and events; aggression and driver safety; bridge strikes; health and safety; being a tour leader; SAFED.
006 Digital Tachograph Using the digital tachograph, Smart cards, lost cards, new mode switch requirements, manual entries, universal time co-ordination, print outs, mixed driving – analogue / digital, enforcement and penalties.
007 Transport Awareness Training This consists of 395 carefully produced Slides covering the following; DVSA Guide for Operators; Licence applications; Driver Hours Rules; Tachographs; Working Time Directive; Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness; Defect Reporting; OCRS; Senior Traffic Commissioners statutory; Guidance and Directions; Relevant traffic acts; Driver Licensing; Driver CPC; Compliance.
008 Tail Lift Familiarisation This is a 3 1/2 hour unit and consists of over 80 slides covering the following: Why do we want a tail lift; risk factors; Tail Lift Specification Guide; Safety Devices; Responsibilities of the user; Training requirements; Regulations – LOLER; Associated equipment; After Loading; Records; Footwear etc.
009 Workplace Safety and Driver Care This NEW course consists of 280 slides covering the following: HSE workplace safety, risk assessment; reversing large vehicles; banksman; signalling and visibility; warning devices; PPE; site safety – speeds, signs, signals and markings; vulnerable road users, Driver health and welfare; eating healthy; stress; safest roads; working nights; on the road problems, accidents and abuse etc.