ADR Training Courses

Including IATA, CPC and Dangerous Goods Consultancy

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ADR Training Courses, Dangerous Goods Training, IATA and CPC Training Courses

ADR training courses are for everyone involved in the handling and transport of hazardous materials. Chemfreight DGT run both Initial ADR Driver Training courses and Refresher ADR Driver Training courses each month. Our ADR courses provide effective dangerous goods training to avoid damage, risk to people or to the environment.

We offer the following ADR and Dangergous Goods Training Courses

A range of courses for drivers, including packages only courses, tanks, explosives and radioactive courses, and refresher courses.

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Chemfreight DGT run refresher ADR driver training courses, please contact us for details.

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For these Classes, Drivers take the Core, and then the Explosives or Radioactives modules.

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2 day. The 2023 ADR Regulations requires the training of personnel in relation to their duties and obligations with regards to road transport of dangerous goods across EU frontier's under ADR. Our two day ADR training courses provide full instruction the course is based on the text of ADR, and a copy of the regulations is used as the working document.

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Our video e-learning provides live pictures and animated graphics, which form part of a very effective virtual learning environment, a completely new medium through which to deliver training online by embedding a live personality directly on the page. It immediately grabs interest and delivers aesthetic appeal that holds attention

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Our Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA) course meets the requirements to the EU directive, for all organisations generally involved in the transport by the road and rail, of dangerous goods.

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) requires that staff responsible for the shipment and packing of consignments of dangerous goods for air transport be successfully trained at a course approved by them, and be retrained every two years thereafter.

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The IMDG Code is directed at everyone involved in the transport of dangerous goods by sea, the achievement of their objective is greatly dependent on demonstrating compliance with the relevant parts of the IMDG Code commensurate with user responsibilities.

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The Certificate of Professional Competence is one of the requirements for holding a Commercial Vehicle Operator's Licence. This Course prepares Candidates for the OCR Emaninations to obtain the CPC for National and International Freight operations.

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