Training & Recruitment

  • Why DCPC is good for truck drivers

    Why DCPC is good for truck drivers

    14th May 2019

    Love it or loathe it, the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (DCPC) is here to stay. Suggestions that a post-Brexit Britain will lead to the chance to bin the DCPC are unlikely to happen. The DCPC is actually a good…

  • Examples of driving where you do not need a DCPC

    Examples of driving where you do not need a DCPC

    16th April 2019

    UK law firm FMGS Law looks below at scenarios when you do not need to have a valid Driver CPC (DCPC). Such instances are mainly when driving is not the principal employment, such as for a road test and the…

  • Quality driver CPC is worth the investment

    Quality driver CPC is worth the investment

    2nd April 2019

    A few years on since it became a legal requirement, the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) continues to divide opinion. I have always been in favour of it, but I believe the way it is implemented was fundamentally flawed,…

  • More Government help needed for logistics sector skills shortage

    More Government help needed for logistics sector skills shortage

    5th February 2019

    The Road Haulage Association has urged the Government to do more to tackle the logistics sector’s skills shortage. The call comes as the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics, chaired by the Rt Hon Sir Mike Penning MP,…

  • Scania’s driver coaching benefits Mulgrew Haulage

    Scania’s driver coaching benefits Mulgrew Haulage

    5th February 2019

    Northern Ireland-based haulage, storage and distribution specialist, Mulgrew Haulage Limited, has seen 13 of its drivers achieve an average 11% reduction in fuel consumption since beginning remote driver coaching with Scania three months ago. Paul Johnson, Scania’s General Manager for…