Transport Manager CPC Exam

CPC (Certificate in Professional Competence) for Transport Managers

Summary

The CPC for Transport Managers (in Road Haulage or Passenger Transport) qualifications are essential for those wanting to work in the LGV or PCV industries at a management level or demonstrate professional competence to meet the Operator Licensing requirements.

The qualification consists of two exams; Unit R1/P1 is a 2 hour multiple choice test and Unit R2/P2 is a 2 hour openbook exam consisting of scenario-based case study assessments.

Classroom Course Dates

Our next Transport Manager Courses are running in November/December 2017. We run intensive courses over the two weeks prior to the exam and also weekend courses. Our Transport Manager Exams courses for Lorries is on Saturdays and for Buses/Coaches they run on sundays.

Click on the below courses for the next courses coming up.

Intensive Course Transport Manager Exam (Road Haulage)

The dates for this intensive course are: 20 – 24 November, 27 – 28 November and examination on 01 December 2017.

To book visit: Transport Manager CPC Exam in Road Haulage weekdays.

Saturday Course Transport Manager Course (Road Haulage)

The dates for this intensive course are: The dates for this intensive course are: Saturday 21 October, Saturday 28 October, Saturday 4 November, Saturday 11 November, Satuday 18 November, Saturday 25 November and examination on Friday 01 December 2017.

To book visit Transport Manager CPC Exam in Road Haulage Saturdays.

Sunday Course Transport Manager Course (Passenger Transport)

The dates for this intensive course are: The dates for this intensive course are: Sunday 22 October,  Sunday 29 October, Sunday 5 November, Sunday 12 November, Sunday 19 November, Sunday 26 November and examination on Friday 01 December 2017.

To book visit Transport Manager CPC Exam in Passenger Transport Sundays.

Course Location

Courses are currently running in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

FAQs

When do the exams take place?

The CPC exams take place four times each year, always on Fridays in March, June, September & December. Exam results arrive about 8 weeks after the exam.

If I pass one module and fail another, do I have to re-sit both?

You only have to re-sit the exam you failed.

Do I have to have worked in the industry to pass the exam?

We assume no prior knowledge and will train you on everything you need, from knowledge to exam technique, so that you will pass your exam.

Do I need a PCV or HGV licence to sit this exam?

This exam does not require you to have any driving experience or licences. It is purely about the management side of transport.