Driver CPC Training Somerset area

Taunton / Yeovil / Bridgwater / Wells / Bath / Weston-super-Mare / Shepton Mallet/Bristol/Wellington/minehead

Looking for Driver CPC Training to be delivered in the Somerset area? Well, look no further... SRC Driver Training provides Driver CPC & PCV Training packages anywhere in the UK, 7 days a week.

SRC Driver Training is a JAUPT accredited Driver CPC & PCV Training company with a wealth of commercial vehicle driving and training experience and expertise. SRC is based in Bridgwater, Somerset - we have many clients in Somerset, across the wider SW and nationwide. Our Training Centre is at Unit 3 Medway Park, Chedzoy Lane, Bridgwater (Somerset) BUT we're happy to deliver our Driver CPC Training courses at your premises (providing there is a suitable room) OR at an appropriate venue near your company base.

Services:

  • EU Driver hours, Tachographs and WTD
  • Emergency First Aid for Professional Drivers (First Aid Certificate and CPC Certificate)
  • Safe Loading and Customer Care
  • Vehicle Maintenance and Compliance
  • Drug and Alcohol Awareness
  • Defensive Driving and Incident Procedures
  • Operator Compliance

As a JAUPT approved provider of Driver CPC Training courses, SRC Driver Training presents all trainees who pass their course with a certificate confirming that the named trainee has successfully achieved this nationally recognised qualification.

For more information on Driver CPC Training anywhere in Somerset or in the UK pleaseĀ contact us.

Somerset History

Somerset is a historic county in the South West of England.

Following the Roman Empire's invasion of southern Britain, the mining of lead and silver in the Mendip Hills provided a basis for local industry and commerce. Bath became the site of a major Roman fort and city, the remains of which can still be seen.

During the Early Medieval period Somerset was the scene of battles between the Anglo-Saxons against first the Britons and later with the Danes

Expansion of the population and settlements in the county continued during the Tudor and more recent periods. Agriculture and coal mining expanded until the 18th century, although other industries declined during the industrial revolution. In modern times the population has grown, particularly in the seaside towns, notably Weston-super-Mare. Agriculture continues to be a major business, if no longer a major employer because of mechanisation. Light industries take place in towns such as Bridgwater and Yeovil. The towns of Taunton and Shepton Mallet manufacture cider, although the acreage of apple orchards is less than it once was.

  • Taunton
  • Yeovil
  • Bridgwater
  • Weston-super-Mare
  • Shepton Mallet
  • Wells
  • Bath
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