PCV-D1 Trainer Training Project - Supported by Transport Scotland

CTA are managing a programme to support people within the community transport sector in Scotland who would be interested in obtaining PCV-D1 entitlement on their driving licence and instructing others towards obtaining PCV-D1 entitlement in the future. This project is supported by Transport Scotland.

To be eligible an applicant must work for a community transport organisation, have a category B driving licence and show that they are interested in providing driver training. The programme will support the costs involved in training towards obtaining PCV-D1 entitlement including training materials, driving instruction, test booking, if necessary access to a vehicle for training and test purposes, PCV-D1 trainer training and CPC qualification.

The main criterion for selection for this programme is the applicant’s commitment to training others in the future. The programme will run until March 2019 and during that time the aim is train around 60 people.

If you would like to be considered for this programme please complete the application form below.

 

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