CMS SupaTrak opens training centre29 March 2023

CMS SupaTrak DVSA training centre The centre will offer driver training to help increase legal compliance and reduce emissions

CMS SupaTrak has opened a Driver Vehicle Standards Agency-approved training centre that is said to enable operators to stop using generic CPC courses.

The centre will offer driver training to help increase legal compliance and reduce emissions. Existing and new customers who use the CMS-integrated telematics solution, combined with the current CPC courses are expected to save fuel.

The centre will initially be offering six courses, with more on the way:

  • Bridge-Strikes, Tachographs, and Drivers’ Hours Rules Awareness – online & on-site
  • Emergency First Aid at Work (Certified up to Level 3) – on-site only
  • Fuel-Efficient and Safe Driving, National Standards and VRU Awareness – online & on-site
  • Health and Safety Awareness Training – online & on-site
  • Safer Vehicle, Safer People – online & on-site
  • Driver Well-being and Customer Service’
  • The courses include quizzes, interactive videos and game show formats to guide the students.

    Jason Airey, managing director at CMS SupaTrak, said: “CPC requirements are a real headache for fleet operators, and coping with the driver shortage and fuel costs are at the forefront of their worries. The CMS CPC Driver Training Centre resolves these challenges while improving staff well-being, delivering compliance and reducing emissions and fuel costs.”

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