Our courses are delivered in a variety of ways, which are not all available to all courses. Please see below the delivery methods available and the types of course to which they apply:

MethodApplicable Courses
Online DeliveryDriver CPC Modules*
Transport Manager Courses
ADR Courses
Distance LearningTransport Manager Courses
Face to Face ClassroomDriver CPC Modules
Transport Manager Courses
ADR Courses
In Vehicle TrainingDriving Lessons
On Site TrainingDriver CPC Modules
Transport Manger Courses
ADR Courses

Online Delivery

Some courses can be delivered online via Zoom or other suitable video conferencing software. These courses tend to be the learning where attendance itself is not monitored, only the understanding of the subject material itself is assessed. This means that for Transport Manager courses and courses for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and DGSAs, online learning is a viable option.

Any exams however do need to be sat physically at a test centre.

COVID-19 Courses.

During the COVID-19 crisis it has been permitted to deliver Driver CPC qualifying modules via online delivery. This is a special dispensation by the government and may be withdrawn at any time. Should this dispensation be removed, all remaining online delivery courses will be rescheduled for face to face delivery.

Distance Learning

Distance Learning courses are delivered either as printed or PDF materials for the candidate to study in their own time. Support via Zoom or other online meeting software is available to distance learning candidates.

It is advised that for more complex courses such as the Transport Manager CPC, that a candidate also attend a revision course ahead of their exams.

Face to Face Classroom

Ideal for complex theory courses such as ADR and Transport Manager studies, face to face courses take place at our Sheffield training locations. Candidates will join with up to 19 other learners with an experienced trainer delivering content with the aid of presentations and other visual aids.

Additionally, during normal times, Driver CPC qualifying courses are required to be delivered face to face. Therefore any course where a candidate is looking to claim Driver CPC periodic training hours is required to be delivered in a face to face setting.

In Vehicle Training

Driving is a practical skill and the only way to learn it is to actually do it. Therefore all our driving lessons are delivered in car. With two hour sessions we concentrate on developing the key components of a safe driver.

In time, we will also introduce in vehicle training options for LGV.

On Site Training

Any of our classroom or online based courses can be delivered on site. Operators with multiple drivers needing to qualify in a specific subject or renew Driver CPC can arrange to have a trainer visit their premises and deliver the course content. The operator in question can even recoup some of the costs by selling empty space in the classroom to other candidates from out of the organisation.

There are a few criteria that need to be met and one of our team members will visit your location ahead of time. This is required as before we deliver a course we have to carry out a site risk assessment. This has to be submitted to JAUPT by the training centre ahead of the training.


After 10 years in the haulage industry, rising to running my own small fleet of vehicles, I left the cab behind to focus on training the next generation of drivers. I now run RPS Driven Media, give driving lessons as a DVSA Approved Driving Instructor and relate my experience of road haulage in Driver CPC courses throughout the year.

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