CPC International Road Passenger for Transport Managers - Unit 7


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Typology NVQ
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration Flexible
  • NVQ
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:

To pass OCR examinations to gain the CPC Qualifications. For Transport Managers who wish to study for the OCR Certificate of Professional Competence Qualifications. For Transport Managers who wish to refresh their knowledge and keep up to date with current legislation, even after they have gained the Transport Manager's CPC qualification.
Suitable for: Road Passenger Transport Managers

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· Requirements

Recommended that candidates have already passed units 1, 3 & 5 examinations.

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Course programme

Unit 7– Managing International Road Passenger Transport Operations. You will need to use some of the information learned in Unit 5. However, the questions will all relate to operations abroad (in the European Union [EU] and beyond) and will therefore be seeking to test your knowledge of factors which are different to those which apply within the United Kingdom. Tasks you will need to be prepared for include: • Identify the countries which comprise the EU, how EU legislation is made and implemented • Understand the application of drivers hours and records • Identify the application of VAT on international operations • Be familiar with the charging regimes on the mainland European road network and how these charges are calculated and collected • Analyse the impact of currency fluctuations on costing • Calculate costs from information provided, including the conversion between Sterling and other currencies • Understand the requirements for insurance for vehicles, drivers and passengers • Demonstrate a knowledge of the international operator licensing requirements • Identify the documentation to be carried in relation to vehicles, drivers and passengers • Define and describe types of international operation, including cabotage • Demonstrate understanding of border controls and the requirements for passports and visas • Understand the key aspects of vehicle dimensions and weights applicable in EU member states • Understand the rules relating to driver entitlement and driving rules within the EU • Be able to describe the procedures to be followed in the event of a road traffic accident in an EU country • Be familiar with the principal routes between the UK and mainland Europe, and the main arteries, including the charging regimes applicable

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