Professional drivers are required by law to hold an ADR Licence in order to transport hazardous or potentially hazardous goods in the European Union. The ADR drivercourse covers how to effectively deal and/or identify gases, flammable liquids, toxics, flammable solids and other various substances. As outlined by the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) the minimum requirement to achieve an ADR licence is that candidates must pass the following modules; Core, Packages or Tankers and 1 of the 7 classes. If required the can also constitute to 21 hours of the Driver CPC for Packages and 28 hours for Packages and Tanks.
The aims and objectives of this course are to provide the candidate with sufficient knowledge to successfully complete the course and achieve their ADR Licence which in turn will allow them to transport hazardous or potentially hazardous goods within the EU whist operating in a safely and efficient manner. On successful completion of the ADR driver training course, candidates will receive their ADR Licence directly from the DVLA.
scheduled throughout the year both week days and weekends. All dates are available on request.
Packages three and a half days Tankers one and a half days
Manchester and Lancashire in partnership with Transchem Training Warrington and Wakefield. Bespoke Courses are available to be delivered on a customers’ site (if site is suitable) to accommodate the operation restraints and training requirements. Call our course booking department for full details on 0845 056 0561