RTITB can now arrange for all of an organisation’s Driver CPC Periodic Training to be delivered across the UK within one service. The nationwide service will help businesses with multiple depots and transport hubs save hours and managing training time, without compromising quality.
“We understand that training plans have been de-railed in many businesses due to COVID-19,” says Laura Nelson, Managing Director for RTITB. “Add to that leaner workforces with few hours to spare, and overstretched training departments – if there is a training team at all – and coordinating Driver CPC Periodic Training can become a real challenge.”
“Our fully managed Driver CPC service is designed to support businesses during these challenging times, in a way that also enables them to be reassured of consistent, and compliant, training standards for every driver across their organisation,” Laura continues. “It suits supermarkets, retailers, 3PLs, 4PLs, and manufacturing or logistics businesses with multiple sites.
The service sees RTITB arrange for all of an organisation’s Driver CPC Periodic Training to be delivered by trusted members of the RTITB Master Driver CPC Consortium. A dedicated Driver CPC Manager works with the organisation to develop and manage all training requirements nationwide, taking into account the number of drivers that need training, and the locations where this should take place.
Suitable members of the RTITB Master Driver CPC Consortium are invited to express their interest in providing their services, before the Driver CPC Manager executes a selection process to match the business’ needs with the right provider. As the largest Consortium network in the UK with 150+ members, there are typically training providers located within easy reach.
All Consortium members have access to up-to-date, modular course content that is industry relevant and in line with current regulations and trends, and available via the recently launched RTITB Driver CPC Periodic Training Portal. Instructors can use this to quickly build customised course playlists that incorporate a variety of delivery methods and instructor styles, from traditional presentations through to case studies, workshops, group quizzes, videos, and activities.
“The RTITB Master Driver CPC Consortium is built around the basic principle of providing a high quality, universal training package with high standards of instructor delivery,” says Laura. “This means that even though different training companies may be used, businesses can be confident that every driver will be trained to the same standards.”
For ease of administration, businesses will only need to deal with RTITB, removing the need for managing multiple bookings and invoices from varied suppliers. The Driver CPC Manager compiles a 12-month calendar of training dates and subjects and uses a bespoke Resource Management System, which incorporates Instructor qualifications, availability, location, and experience. Fixed and variable costs are presented up front, to help organisations manage their budget easily.
To speak to a Driver CPC Manager about your requirements, contact Jane Hughes, Customer Success Manager on +44 (0)1952 520207 or visit www.rtitb.com to learn more.