Our Services

Please see below our current list of services that will help you and your horse stay legal:

  • Operators Licence Application Services
  • Operators Licence Compliancy Audits
  • Tachograph Analysis Digital & Analogue
  • Transport Legislation
  • Driver CPC Training
  • Digital Tachograph Training
  • Drivers Hours Regulations
  • Project Management
  • General Advice

What is Driver CPC Training?

As of September 10, 2009, all current drivers of vehicles over 3.5t will be required to undertake 35 hours authorised training by September 2014.(in the next 5 years). Drivers of horseboxes under 7.5t gvw and only used for pleasure and not for hire and reward will be exempt from Driver CPC Training.

This is the new Driver CPC legislation and after completing 35 hours training, a card will be issued to the driver, without which the driver will not be legally allowed to do their job after September 2014.

This training can be split into 7 hour sessions, therefore only 1 days training is required every year to accrue the total 35 hours training before September 2014.
Great News!

The Transport Manager Ltd of Newbury has been authorised as an Approved Driver CPC Training Centre. No. AC00487.

As of September 2009 we will be offering a 7 hour training session “LGV Driver Essentials part1”.

We will be then designing more 7 hour training sessions based on feedback from delegates and their employers, which will satisfy the criteria set out by the legislation.

The difference with The Transport Manager is our authorisation allows the flexibility to train at your premises if required and on days (including the weekend) to suit the operation needs of its clients.

Please contact us for further Information on 01635 254693 or training@thetransportmanager.co.uk

“Paul recently presented to a group of our athletes who are currently on the British Equestrian Federation’s Young Professional Programme. Paul’s enthusiasm and practical approach to presenting the legal requirements for transporting horses made what could be a very dry subject come to life. His experience and anecdotes of different scenarios that he had helped resolve also gave further insight  and important information to this group of young athletes who are now  starting to manage their own businesses”

Georgie Wheeler
World Class Performance Pathways Lead Administrator
British Equestrian Federation