Who is exempt from CPC training?
There are exceptions from the Driver CPC qualification for drivers of vehicles: used for non-commercial carriage of passengers or goods, for personal use. undergoing road tests for technical development, repair or maintenance purposes, or of new or rebuilt vehicles which have not yet been put into service.
What qualifications do I need to drive an ambulance?
To drive an ambulance, you must legally have the driving licence category on your licence that enables you to drive a vehicle in excess of 3500kg but no greater than 7500kg. To obtain this licence, you will need to complete a C1 training course that specialises in ambulance driver training.
What license do I need to drive an ambulance UK?
What is the C1 licence training? The C1 licence is an additional part to your manual Cat B licence. It allows you to drive ambulances and other vehicles up to 7.5 tonnes with a trailer up to 750kg.
Is CPC a legal requirement?
The CPC qualification is a legal requirement for anyone looking to drive commercially, in addition to their licence.
What are the exemptions for CPC?
Driver CPC certification is not required for drivers of vehicles used: For non-commercial purposes, eg driving as a volunteer; drivers of emergency or rescue vehicles eg Gardai, Defence forces, Ambulance and Irish Prison service. For a registered RSA approved Driving Instructors who are giving driving instruction.
When can I drive without a CPC?
You do not need Driver CPC if the vehicle is not allowed to exceed 28 miles per hour (45 kilometres per hour (km/h)) on any road. Example A driver works for a city bus company. Its buses are fitted with speed limiters to stop them from exceeding 40km/h. They need Driver CPC.
Can you just be an ambulance driver?
To drive an ambulance, you’ll usually be a qualified ambulance care assistant/patient transport service driver, emergency care assistant, ambulance technician or paramedic. However, it’s unlikely you will just drive an ambulance.
How much do ambulance drivers earn UK?
Ambulance Driver Salary in the UK
The average salary for an Ambulance Driver is £24,000 gross per year (£1,650 net per month), which is £5,600 (-19%) lower than the UK’s national average salary. An Ambulance Driver can expect an average starting salary of £16,000. The highest salaries can exceed £40,000.
What is a B1 licence?
A B1 driving licence category would be motor vehicles not exceeding 550kg and a C1 category driving licence (large goods vehicle) allows you to drive vehicles weighing between 3,500 and 7,500kg. … Motor vehicles with a MAM not exceeding 3500kg having not more than 8 passenger seats with a trailer up to 750kg.
What’s the difference between C and C1 licence?
‘C1 and ‘C’ licences
If the vehicle has a MAM between 3.5 tonnes and 7.5 tonnes then a category ‘C1’ LGV driving licence is needed, however, if the (MAM) is more than 7.5 tonnes then a category ‘C’ LGV driving licence is needed.