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FORS Professional LoCITY Driving

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About the course

Topics include:

  • Journey planning and vehicle checks
  • Fuel-efficient driving techniques
  • Value of vehicle design and technology
  • Monitoring, measuring and managing driving performance
  • Alternative fuels in commercial vehicles
Driver CPC approved centre AC00227
Largest UK online road safety course provider

Duration: 7 hours

Format: Classroom or Online

Suitable for: All professional licences (C1, D1 C1E, D1E C, D CE & DE)

DVSA CPC syllabus areas:
3.5 Ability to assess emergency situations

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Reducing fuel & emissions to improve air quality

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The value of journey planning, checks & maintenance

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Using in-vehicle technology to improve driving

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The alternative fuels for commercial vehicles

The FORS Professional course is Driver CPC accredited and is designed to help fleet operators improve road safety, driver and vehicle performance, air quality while increasing levels of regulatory compliance. Our experienced driver trainers fully engage with participants to maximise the learning experience and draw out their views and opinions.

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Your questions answered

Who should attend?

Any professional driver who needs to complete 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years in order to maintain their Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC).

Delivery method

The FORS Professional LoCITY Driving course is accredited by DVSA for Driver CPC and facilitated by an experienced Driver CPC trainer.

It is available as a private Driver CPC course for up to 15 people online and 20 in-person.

A 3.5 hour course is also available for learners who only require FORS accreditation.

Learning outcomes

Following this module drivers will understand:

  • Strategies required to reduce fuel use, emissions and improve air quality
  • How good journey planning, vehicle checks, and maintenance can reduce emissions
  • How to apply fuel-efficient driving techniques designed to improve efficiency
  • The value of vehicle design and technology
  • How in-vehicle technology improves driving performance
  • Alternative cleaner fuels that are available for commercial vehicles

Identification requirements

A photocard driving licence and Driver Qualification Card must be presented when attending the course.

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