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Driver cpc part 2 test: case studies.

You can book the part 2 case studies test of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) as soon as you’ve got your provisional licence. You do not need to have passed the Driver CPC part 1 theory test.

If you’re requalifying as a heavy goods vehicle ( HGV ) or bus driver by taking parts 2 and 4 of the test, you cannot book your test online. You have to book by phone instead.

Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency customer services Telephone: 0300 200 1122 (choose option 01) Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm Find out about call charges

What to take to your test

You must bring one of the following:

  • a Great Britain photocard driving licence
  • a Northern Ireland photocard driving licence and paper counterpart
  • an EU photocard driving licence (and paper counterpart, if you have one)

If you do not have a photocard driving licence, bring your paper licence and a valid passport.

Your test will be cancelled and you’ll lose your fee if you do not bring the right documents.

Revision and practice

You can use books or software to revise for the test and take practice tests.

You can buy:

  • Driver CPC : the Official DVSA Guide for Professional Goods Vehicle Drivers online if you’re learning to drive a lorry
  • The Official DVSA Guide to Driving Buses and Coaches book if you’re learning to drive a bus or coach

How the test works

The test is made up of 7 case studies you work through on a computer. The case studies are short stories based on situations that you’re likely to come across in your working life.

You’ll be asked between 6 and 8 multiple-choice questions on each case study.

The test lasts for 1 hour and 15 minutes, and the pass mark is 40 out of 50.

Your test result

You’ll get a letter with the results at the test centre.

You need the test pass reference number when you book your Driver CPC part 4 practical demonstration test.

The pass letter is valid for 2 years.

You need to pass the Driver CPC part 4 practical demonstration test within 2 years, otherwise you’ll have to pass the part 2 case studies test again.

If you fail the test

You’ll get a result letter with feedback telling you why you’ve failed.

You can book another case studies test straight away, but you cannot take it for another 3 clear working days.

Cancelled tests

You can apply for a refund of out-of-pocket expenses if DVSA cancels your test at short notice.

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About Driver CPC

What is the driver cpc.

The Driver CPC is a professional qualification for bus, coach, and lorry drivers. Although the directive was passed in 2003, it was not introduced for Passenger Carrying Vehicles (PCV) drivers until 10 th September 2008 and then for Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) drivers until 10 th September 2009.

Once qualified, drivers receive a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) and must keep this with them when driving professionally. In addition to the initial qualification to obtain the Driver CPC, professional drivers are required to undertake periodic training totalling 35 hours every 5 years in order to retain the Driver CPC.

What is the purpose of the Driver CPC?

The main aims of the Driver CPC are threefold:

  • To improve the skills and knowledge of bus, coach and lorry drivers prior to them starting to drive professionally.
  • To continue to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge for the duration of their working lives.
  • To improve road safety Europe wide with more highly qualified drivers.

Who does the Driver CPC apply to?

The Driver CPC legislation applies to the UK licence categories C, C1, D, and D1. New drivers entering the industry need to pass an initial Driver CPC qualification before they will be able to drive professionally and this can be taken alongside the vocational driving test. However, all drivers will still need to complete the periodic training of 35-hours within 5 years if they wish to keep the Driver CPC.

How do you get a Driver CPC?

In order to obtain the Driver CPC initial qualification drivers are required to complete 4 modules:

Consists of a theory test which comes in two parts lasting a total of 2.5 hours:

  • Multiple choice
  • Hazard perception

Consists of a theory test based on case studies lasting 1.5 hours.

Modules 1 and 2 can be taken in any order but must be completed before moving on to modules 3 and 4.

Consists of a practical driving ability test lasting 1.5 hours broken down into 3 parts:

  • Reversing exercises at the test centre
  • A minimum of 1 hour on the road
  • An assessment of the eco-safe driving technique

Consists of a practical demonstration test in relation to vehicle safety, lasting half an hour.

Whilst you can take modules 3 and 4 in any order, you must have completed module 1 in order to attempt module 3, and you must have completed module 2 before you attempt module 4.

What’s Included in Module 1 of the Driver CPC?

What’s included in the module 2 case studies of the driver cpc.

Unfortunately, passing the components in module 1 is not enough on its own to get you the Driver CPC, you will also have to pass module 2. This is tested on the computer and uses a series of case studies based on real-life scenarios that you may be faced with when working professionally. You will be asked questions about the scenarios written by experts in the field. These questions will mostly be multiple-choice, but some others: require you to click on a photograph or image; are multiple response, or; are free-text.

Each test consists of 7 case studies containing between 6 and 8 multiple choice questions about the given scenario. Examples could include anything from driving in icy conditions to violations of driving hours rules and are designed to test your knowledge and understanding in practice. The maximum score for the test is 50, with a pass mark of 40 required. The test lasts a maximum of 1.5 hours and must be passed before attempting module 4 or driving professionally. Without a DQC, you can’t drive for profit.

Module 2 Conversion Test

Drivers who hold a Driver CPC in one vehicle category (e.g. PCV or LGV) already and want to attain one in another category will have to undertake a module 2 conversion test. This test will consist of 50 questions in relation to 10 case studies. To obtain the Driver CPC in the new category they will also need to complete parts one, three and four in full.

What’s Included in the Module 3 Practical Driving Ability Test?

As noted above, the practical test contains 3 parts:

  • A reversing exercise carried out in the test centre
  • A minimum of 1 hour on public roads, which, depending on where you take your test, MAY INCLUDE driving on motorways. Exercises undertaken will be related to the specific vehicle you wish to obtain the Driver CPC.
  • An assessment of eco-driving safety. This involves the examiner noting your control over the vehicle and ability to plan your driving appropriately. However, this part of the assessment will not count towards the test results. Nevertheless, the examiner will give you feedback on your eco-safety performance at the end of the test. The test lasts 1.5 hours and will include a minimum of 1 hour driving on public roads.

What’s Included in the Module 4 Practical Demonstration of Vehicle Safety Test?

To attain the Driver CPC modules 1,2 and 3 are not enough, you will also have to pass module 4. This is another practical test with a particular focus on vehicle safety and was specially designed with advice and support from industry experts. The half-hour test requires participants to demonstrate their ability and knowledge in a number of areas:

  • Vehicle Loading – Ability to load your vehicle with appropriate consideration for safety rules and the proper understanding of vehicle use will be assessed. This includes an assessment of your knowledge of fuel consumption optimisation and the transmission system.
  • Vehicle Security – Ability to maintain the security of your vehicle and contents will be assessed.
  • Prevention of Criminality and Trafficking – You will be assessed on your ability to prevent criminality and the trafficking of illegal immigrants.
  • Emergency situations – Your ability in terms of assessing emergency situations will be tested.
  • Prevention of Physical Risk – Your capacity to prevent physical risk will be assessed.
  • Walk Round Vehicle Safety Check – You will be required to demonstrate your knowledge through a physical safety check of the vehicle.

In LGV tests you may also be required to demonstrate your ability securing loads using a specialist piece of equipment. All-in-all the test is marked on all of the topic areas covered in the Driver CPC syllabus with a pass mark of 15 out of 20 required in each of the 5 syllabus areas and an overall pass-mark of 80% also necessary to obtain the Driver CPC.

What is Required for Periodic Training?

You will be required to undertake 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to retain the Driver CPC license for professional driving. The 35 hours can be staggered and taken across multiple blocks. However, the minimum amount of time for a single block is 7 hours and the courses undertaken must be taken with approved training centres in order to count.

Those holding both a PCV and an LGV license are only required to complete one 35-hour batch of training every 5 years rather than 35 hours each per licence.

Who has Acquired Rights for the Driver CPC?

A number of drivers have ‘acquired rights’ which means they are not required to sit the initial part of the driver CPC qualification due to their experience level. Acquired rights holders are those professional drivers with:

  • an LGV licence passed before the 10 th of September 2009, and/or
  • a PCV license passed before 10 th September 2008

However, even drivers with ‘acquired rights’ will need to comply with the periodic training requirement. They will only receive their DQC once they have completed their first 35 hours of specific training which will remain valid until:

  • 9 th September 2019 for LGV drivers
  • 9 th September 2018 for PCV drivers
  • 9 th September 2019 for holders of both licence

Periodic training has set deadlines for completion, with the next deadlines:

  • 9 th September 2024 for LGV drivers
  • 9 th September 2023 for PCV drivers
  • 9 th September 2024 for holders of both licence

Proving the Driver CPC

Proving you hold the Driver CPC for professional drivers is possible with the Driver Qualification Card (DQC), or a valid driving licence for someone with ‘acquired rights’, which MUST be carried at all times when driving professionally.

Exemptions for the requirements of the Driver CPC

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The Driver CPC Qualification

You must get the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) initial qualification if you’re new to professional driving and want to drive a lorry, bus or coach (a few exceptions apply)

You’ll get a driver qualification card when you qualify. You must keep this with you when you’re driving professionally

In order to qualify you'll need to pass the Module 2 theory test and the Module 4 practical test

You'll then to keep up to date with 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep your Driver CPC

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Everything you need to pass the LGV (lorry) CPC Part 2 Driver CPC Case Studies test 140 practice case studies with over 800 questions Written learning material with bite-size informative videos covering the DVSA syllabus. Keep track of your progress, making sure you're 100% ready for the test. Created by industry professionals One practice case study is available for free to help you consider whether to complete an in-app purcase Part 2 Practice Case Studies & Learning Material: £12.99 Part 1a & 1b Multiple-Choice Theory & 20 Practice Hazard Perception Clips: £4.99 Note: You should be consistently passing ALL the practice case studies before you consider yourself ready for the official test. If you have a specific query or don't understand the explanations behind any questions/answers, please email [email protected], and our trained industry professionals will be happy to give you more guidance Also includes: Part 1a Multiple Choice Theory Test Over 1,000 of the latest part 1a theory test practice questions were provided by the Driver & Standards Vehicle Agency. Learning material and bite-size videos covering the DVSA syllabus 20 of the latest part 1b CGI hazard perception clips provided by the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency Crown Copyright material reproduced under licence from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency which does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the reproduction. Material is licenced by https://lgvtheory.co.uk. Please note: Purchase of this app does not give a user access to the web-based version or vice versa. Logistics training (UK) Ltd has been offering web-based theory and part 2 CPC training since 2014. Staffed with industry professionals, everyone within the company currently holds an LGV Licence and is well placed to respond quickly to any questions regarding your path to becoming a lorry driver. [email protected] Please note: The revision materials in this app are NOT the official questions you will present during the official test. The DVSA does not release any live questions or publish a revision question set for the CPC part 2 case studies test. The questions in this product have been written by industry professionals and cover the DVSA's CPC test syllabus. If you are consistently passing the practice case studies within this app, you should have no problem passing the CPC part 2 case studies test.

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TACHOGRAPH MODES

There are four modes that a driver must use on a tachograph whether digital or analogue: 

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Your tachograph card should be inserted into the tachograph unit whenever you take charge of a vehicle.

The card records a period of at least 28 days of activity and includes:

  • Driving Time
  • Periods of Availability

Driver card data should be downloaded every 28 days and the vehicle tachograph unit data should be downloaded every 90 days using a company smart card

LOST, STOLEN OR DAMAGED

If your tachograph card is lost, stolen or damaged, you must report it to the DVLA within seven days.

You can drive for a maximum of 15 days without a tachograph card if it’s been lost, stolen or damaged.

However, if you don’t have a replacement card by the end of the 15 day period, you must cease driving vehicles with a digital tachograph.

WAITING FOR A REPLACEMENT DIGITAL TACHOGRAPH CARD

While waiting for a replacement card, you should take a printout at the start and end of each shift. Listing manual entries on the back of the printout.

Forgetting your card is not a valid reason for driving without it . If you’ve left your card at home, you will need to return to collect it before starting your shift.

Replacement cards can be received in the post or collected from a local DVSA testing station or a DVLA office.

In Northern Ireland, they must be collected in person at a local vehicle licencing office or DVA test centre

Manual Printouts

You must write your driving licence or digital card number on each printout

DOUBLE MANNING

Drivers must change their digital driver cards between the “slot 1 and slot 2” in the vehicle unit as they swap between driving,  breaks, periods of availability and other work.

Digital tachograph units are programmed to record driving against the card in “slot 1” whenever the vehicle is moving. Failure to swap the cards risks recording inaccurate periods of consecutive driving on one driver’s card

OUT OF SCOPE DRIVING

When driving takes place on roads that are not the public highway. This can be considered to be ‘out of scope’ and does not count towards driving time but instead counts as other work.

Note – If you drive for any amount of time on a public highway, then all driving you undertake for the remainder of that day will count as driving, even if it is off road.

Universal Time Co-ordinated (UTC)

The internal clock of a digital tachograph is set to Universal Time Co-ordinated (UTC). It is the same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). A driver must remember that UTC is one hour behind British Summer Time. Between 01.00 on the last Sunday in March and 01.00 on the last Sunday in October, you must account for the difference when inputting details in the digital tachograph.

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1 . Question

David drives an 18 tonne rigid vehicle for a company called XKL logistics and delivers pallets across the south east of England. His vehicle is fitted with a tachograph unit and he has a tachograph card

Under what driving rules will David be driving under?

  • GB domestic rules
  • Multi-drop domestic rules

2 . Question

David’s vehicle was manufactured in July 2007

  • His vehicle is fitted with a digital tachograph
  • His vehicle has an automatic gearbox
  • His vehicle is fitted with an analogue tachograph
  • His vehicle must by law generate less than 3 tonnes of carbon emissions

3 . Question

Simon is driving a 26 tonne rigid, which is over 12 years old. The vehicle is fitted with an analogue tachograph, and he is driving under EU rules.

A chart must be inserted into the analogue tachograph, but how many hours does each chart cover?

4 . Question

Simon makes a point of carrying spare charts with him incase

  • They become dirty or damaged
  • He needs to change the details on a chart
  • He needs to go over his allowed driving time
  • His tachograph chart is seized by the police or DVSA enforcement officer

5 . Question

Prior to leaving the depot and starting his shift what must Simon do to his analogue tachograph chart?

  • Fill in details relating to himself, the vehicle and journey
  • Take a photo and email it to the transport office
  • Fill in details relating to the type of load, destination point and customer information
  • Nothing needs to be completed prior to leaving the depot

6 . Question

When Simon removes his analogue tachograph chart he must remember to write

  • The end mileage
  • The end destination
  • The end time
  • The invoice number of the delivery

7 . Question

Mike is a transport supervisor and has been asked to download data from the tachograph head in one of the company trucks.

Which card should he use to complete this task?

  • Driver Tachograph Card
  • Company Tachograph Card
  • Workshop Tachograph Card
  • Control Tachograph Card

8 . Question

Steve has lost his driver smart card.

Who does he need to report this to?

  • Highways England

9 . Question

How much activity will be stored on Steve’s driver smart card?

  • At least 28 days activity
  • Up to 28 days activity
  • At least 60 days activity
  • Up to 60 days activity

10 . Question

How long can Steve drive without his Driver Smart Card?

11 . Question

Whilst waiting for a replacement driver smart card, what action should john take?

  • Keep a manual record
  • Follow GB domestic driving rules
  • Use only vehicles with an analogue tachograph
  • Notify his transport manager of his daily driving hours

12 . Question

John has been stopped by a joint Police and Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency roadside check.

He has been asked to provide a printout from his tachograph.

How many days must he provide?

  • The current & previous 28 days
  • The previous 28 days
  • The current day and previous months
  • The current months

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