All Training Rooms offer free tea, coffee and refreshments.
They are also accessible 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, meaning we can facilitate ‘weekends or night shift’ ADR and/or Driver CPC courses dependent on trainers availability and demand. We can also offer 'split' Driver CPC training, whereby we deliver 'half days' over 2 evenings to make up 1 '7hour' periodic training period. Prices & Availability are on request (we are unable to offer this for ADR courses).
Sure Training Group Ltd are proud of our roots, we’re proud of the services we offer, the costs we can offer them at and ultimately the impact we have made in Scotland and Northern Ireland since opening our training business. Our customers are at the forefront of what we do, so if you would like to know more about how we can help you in your business or your career, please get in touch.
Expert trainers, with courses available 7 days a week in Livingston, Glasgow & Belfast
We also offer 'onsite' training, where our trainers deliver at your location!
A driver must hold a certificate issued by the competent authority stating they have attended a training course and passed an exam on the standards required when carrying quantities of dangerous goods that come within the scope of the regulations. The awarding body for ADR certification in the United Kingdom is the SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority). Sure Training are able to deliver the standards needed in order for you to gain your ADR certificate. Once you have attended the course and passed the required tests, you will be issued with a photo identity card (often referred to as the ADR certificate). The ADR training certificate is valid for five years. Your card must be carried and produced on demand to relevant authorities whenever driving within the scope of the regulations. The certification may be extended for an additional five years by attending the next ADR training course, between twelve and six months prior to the expiry.
During this 7hour course drivers will: gain a greater awareness of the role of the HSE, understand how employers have a responsibility to protect their health and well being, with regards to manual handling understand their role in contributing to workplace health and safety know how to report incidents and injuries to the appropriate authorities be aware of the types of accidents which occur in their workplace understand the importance of risk assessments
During this 7hour course drivers will: understand the importance of complying with EU regulations regarding driving hours & working time and the domestic rules. They will also be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the EU regulations and domestic rules, be aware of the exemptions which apply, know the means of recording driving under domestic and EU regulations. Driver will also gain a thorough understanding of the use of digital and analogue tachographs and understand their responsibilities with regards to all tachograph usage
During this 7hour course drivers will: understand the link between safe driving and fuel-efficient driving, be aware of the environmental impact of driving in a fuel-efficient manner whilst being able to demonstrate an understanding of factors which impact on fuel efficiency. Drivers will also understand the importance of monitoring their own driving behaviours, develop a greater awareness of vulnerable road users and increase their knowledge of accident procedures.
During this 7hour course drivers will: know the different authorities who are involved in enforcing road traffic laws understand the powers that each authority holds. Drivers will also be able to demonstrate their understanding of the Highway Code and road signs, understand the composition of driving licences and the different licence entitlements learn about the different traffic offences and their consequences on the driver and operator where applicable.
During this 7hour course drivers will: understand the importance of completing daily walk-round checks and their legal responsibilities regarding these, demonstrate their knowledge of the different vehicle components which are included in a daily walk-round check, understand the importance of completing daily defect reports and submitting nil returns. Drivers will also understand the consequences of non-compliance, demonstrate their knowledge of the safe loading of vehicles and factors which can affect load safety and security.
As a local ‘common sense’ training provider we pride ourselves in delivering training to suit at a time that suits.
So if you don’t see a course that is running when you need it. get in touch with your local office and we’ll see if we can add a course to suit.
Glasgow – 0141 530 7393
Livingston – 01506 669 266
Belfast – 02890 99 11 22