TRANS-RT 4th consecutive year on year increase

  • By Blog Admin
  • 02 Oct, 2015

Owner of TRANS-RT Wayne Reidie creates another 20 New Jobs


Local transport firm TRANS-RT has created another 20 new jobs. Owner Mr. Reidie of Devon and Cornwall based Transport Firm said “despite the continuing pressing economic climate TRANS-RT continues with its aggressive strategy to push forward. Sales this financial year have risen by 8% which is our 4th year on year increase, I continue to believe that everything has to be about differentiation from our competitors and focussing on new ventures. Customer and client care are critically important to longevity. This year we have achieved the majority of our objectives through sheer determination and our teams efforts.

I am pleased that we have increased our FTE by another 20 taking us to 120 + staff. This is not to mention over 100 staff contracted to our Manpower support function RTRS Ltd.  I am very pleased that we have secured new business this year, maintained our existing clients and we are also looking at partnering with two major national companies. A £100K investment will secure a 5 year contract providing further opportunity for an additional 50 staff”.

TRANS-RT operates several businesses. The company Is RHA and REC affiliated.


DRIVER CPC TRAINING CENTRE

Who needs Driver CPC?

All prospective and existing professional drivers of lorries, buses and coaches are affected by this. So, whether hiring a new recruit or managing the transition to CPC certified drivers, it is essential that you are aware of what this new licensing requirement involves.

How to comply with Driver CPC regulations

The  Driver CPC Initial Qualification  route is for any new drivers hoping to enter the road haulage or passenger carrying industries.

Initial qualification consists of 4 parts, all of which drivers must pass to qualify.

  • Part 1 – theory test (this includes a multiple-choice and hazard perception test)
  • Part 2 – Driver CPC case studies test
  • Part 3 – driving ability test
  • Part 4 – Driver CPC practical demonstration test

If successful, your drivers will be issued with a driver qualification card which must be kept with them at all times when driving professionally, and which will be valid for five years.

Periodic Driver CPC Training

Following initial qualification drivers must then complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years, if they want to keep their Driver CPC status. Drivers can check online for the number of hours of CPC training that they have completed.

Only training that has been approved and delivered by a JAUPT registered centre will count towards certification. Driver CPC courses will qualify drivers for a minimum of seven hours for a one day course up to the full 35 hours for a 5 day course. Courses can be selected to not only fulfil driver CPC, but also to enhance drivers’ skills and deliver essential driver training.

By Blog Admin 02 Oct, 2015

Owner of TRANS-RT Wayne Reidie creates another 20 New Jobs


Local transport firm TRANS-RT has created another 20 new jobs. Owner Mr. Reidie of Devon and Cornwall based Transport Firm said “despite the continuing pressing economic climate TRANS-RT continues with its aggressive strategy to push forward. Sales this financial year have risen by 8% which is our 4th year on year increase, I continue to believe that everything has to be about differentiation from our competitors and focussing on new ventures. Customer and client care are critically important to longevity. This year we have achieved the majority of our objectives through sheer determination and our teams efforts.

I am pleased that we have increased our FTE by another 20 taking us to 120 + staff. This is not to mention over 100 staff contracted to our Manpower support function RTRS Ltd.  I am very pleased that we have secured new business this year, maintained our existing clients and we are also looking at partnering with two major national companies. A £100K investment will secure a 5 year contract providing further opportunity for an additional 50 staff”.

TRANS-RT operates several businesses. The company Is RHA and REC affiliated.


DRIVER CPC TRAINING CENTRE

Who needs Driver CPC?

All prospective and existing professional drivers of lorries, buses and coaches are affected by this. So, whether hiring a new recruit or managing the transition to CPC certified drivers, it is essential that you are aware of what this new licensing requirement involves.

How to comply with Driver CPC regulations

The  Driver CPC Initial Qualification  route is for any new drivers hoping to enter the road haulage or passenger carrying industries.

Initial qualification consists of 4 parts, all of which drivers must pass to qualify.

  • Part 1 – theory test (this includes a multiple-choice and hazard perception test)
  • Part 2 – Driver CPC case studies test
  • Part 3 – driving ability test
  • Part 4 – Driver CPC practical demonstration test

If successful, your drivers will be issued with a driver qualification card which must be kept with them at all times when driving professionally, and which will be valid for five years.

Periodic Driver CPC Training

Following initial qualification drivers must then complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years, if they want to keep their Driver CPC status. Drivers can check online for the number of hours of CPC training that they have completed.

Only training that has been approved and delivered by a JAUPT registered centre will count towards certification. Driver CPC courses will qualify drivers for a minimum of seven hours for a one day course up to the full 35 hours for a 5 day course. Courses can be selected to not only fulfil driver CPC, but also to enhance drivers’ skills and deliver essential driver training.

By Blog Admin 25 Jan, 2014

Local transport firm TRANS-RT (UK) Ltd CPC Certified Training Centre. PHONE 08000 778 661


Who needs Driver CPC?

All prospective and existing professional drivers of lorries, buses and coaches are affected by this. So, whether hiring a new recruit or managing the transition to CPC certified drivers, it is essential that you are aware of what this new licensing requirement involves.

How to comply with Driver CPC regulations

The  Driver CPC Initial Qualification  route is for any new drivers hoping to enter the road haulage or passenger carrying industries.

Initial qualification consists of 4 parts, all of which drivers must pass to qualify.

    1. Part 1 – theory test (this includes a multiple-choice and hazard perception test)

    2. Part 2 – Driver CPC case studies test

    3. Part 3 – driving ability test

    4. Part 4 – Driver CPC practical demonstration test

If successful, your drivers will be issued with a driver qualification card which must be kept with them at all times when driving professionally, and which will be valid for five years.

Periodic Driver CPC Training

Following initial qualification drivers must then complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years, if they want to keep their Driver CPC status. Drivers can check online for the number of hours of CPC training that they have completed.

Only training that has been approved and delivered by a JAUPT registered centre will count towards certification. Driver CPC courses will qualify drivers for a minimum of seven hours for a one day course up to the full 35 hours for a 5 day course. Courses can be selected to not only fulfil driver CPC, but also to enhance drivers’ skills and deliver essential driver training.


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