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Go one up with our CPC offer

19th September 1981
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UDENTS can enrol now for the CMSpecial Offer course for the rtificate of Professional Competence in Road Haulage (National) time to complete their home studies for the December amination.

students should remember it after they have passed the C exam, Licensing Authorities I require around nine weeks' tice of an operator's licence ptication in order to process it, erefore don't delay.

If students are in scope to the iad Transport Industry aining Board the full amount the course can be claimed ck as a training grant.

This present home-study urse is for the domestic 3tiona0 CPC. But an ernational pack will be ready August for the October exam £69 including VAT, or two italments of E36. An • ernational course application -m will appear in CM at a later te.

The payment rates for the CPC itional course are as they pear in the application form. Examinations are held five times a year — but not at equal intervals.

This CM Special Offer Is made in conjunction with Road Transport Correspondence Courses of Chertsey, Surrey. Each student comes under one of two tutors — Eddie Pa rgeter and Frank Livesey (Witney 3481). A 'phone call can be made if there are any problems. The course is sent out in sections plus a mock exam which simulates the Royal Society of Arts actual test, It is recommended that students take the mock exam halfway through their course and return their results to RTCC for marking.

For those not yet employed in transport, remember that gaining a CPC is a good first qualification. Around 90 per cent of goods in the United Kingdom are moved by road, either by own-account operators or hire or reward hauliers.

The CPC is vital — but a lot of people are failingthe RSA exam. In 1979 the exam was taken by 12,865 persons — 5,460 were unsuccessful. Ensure that you don't add to this number: join the CM/RTCC home study course, which could mean staying in business. The CPC puts you one up. The following is a summary of the home study course:

First section: Statutory controls; Drivers' hours of work and records; Vehicles taxation; Drivers' licences Traffic procedures.

Second section: Mechanical conditions; Structure of law; Company law; Other services; Mock examinations.

Third section: Social legislation; Traffic accident procedure; Insurance; Weights and dimension, Vehicle selection; Safe loading and goods in transit.

Fourth section : Meaning of business; Financial management; Commercial conduct; Castings; Licensing.


Organisations: Royal Society of Arts
Locations: Surrey

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