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Old 02 February 2009, 17:30   #1
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International CPC Holder Required

We are looking for someone with an International CPC to enable us to obtain an operators licence.

Please give Michael a call on 01752 255700.
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Old 02 February 2009, 21:10   #2
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may sound stupid but what is International CPC
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Old 03 February 2009, 01:23   #3
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Oi hobit

That's the worst job application I've ever seen I think the O license is for running a truck if so its a certificate of pro competence.
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Old 03 February 2009, 12:18   #4
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Yes you are correct. It is a Certificate of Professional Competence, which we require in order to obtain an operators licence for our new boat transport lorry.
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Old 03 February 2009, 13:22   #5
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ah dont do drivin trucks
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Old 04 February 2009, 03:50   #6
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Hi Michael
Give Bob (Randski) a call, does a lot of HGV training and if he can't help probably knows someone who can. He bought a trailer off you about 18 months ago for his hardboat. I'll pm you his no.
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Old 11 February 2009, 10:55   #7
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It's not just knowing someone with a CPC to get an 'O' Licence. The named person will be responsible for all legal compliance for the vehicle(s), maintenance, tachograph driver training & records etc...it cxanot be a "figurehead" job.

BTW vfrom Sept 2009 anyone operating LGVs will need to show their drivers are receiving at leat 5hrs recorded trainig a year, as in 2014 without that record the driver will not be able gain a Driver CPC without which they will not be permitted to work!

(Transport's my field)

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Old 11 February 2009, 13:22   #8
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It would take a very trusting Int. CPC holder to allow you to operate vehicles for which he would be responsible. It does happen nationally, but the haulier and the CPC holder tend to know each other and trust each others working practises. Even then, considerable financial renumeration is required.

Can you not operate on a restricted license?
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Why do you need an operator's licence - what size vehicle(s) do you need to run?
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We are looking for someone with an International CPC to enable us to obtain an operators licence.

Please give Michael a call on 01752 255700.
got a national cpc goods since 1989 any good ?
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