Passenger CPC management course


OCR’s new CPCs in Road Haulage and Passenger Transport will both consist of a single multiple choice assessmentand a single case study assessment. Both elements will test national and international knowledge/application. So to achieve a new International CPC, candidates will only need to take two units.

Full CPC certificates are issued when all units are passed, individual module certificates will be issued if not successful with all exams.


  • Business and Company Law
  • Industrial Relations
  • Health and Safety
  • Financial Management
  • Commercial Conduct of the Business
  • Marketing
  • Organisation Charts
  • KPIs and Work Plans
  • Business Taxation Operator Licensing
  • Drivers’ Hours and Records
  • Planned Preventive Maintenance
  • Vehicle Costing
  • Vehicle Taxation
  • Contracts of Carriage and Conduct Regulations
  • Electronic Data
  • Weights and Dimensions of Vehicles
  • Bus and Coach Service Operations
  • Competition Rules
  • Mechanical Condition
  • Driver Licensing
  • Speed Limits and Traffi c Regulations
  • Traffiic Accident Procedure
  • Insurance
  • Vehicle Selection
  • Fares
  • Revenue and Tenders
  • Timetabling and Scheduling
  • Frontier Crossings and International Transport Documentation

Additional student Material advisable to download: –

Goods Vehicle operator Licencing – Guide for Operators (GV74)

Rules on drivers Hours & Tachograph – (GV262-03)

Guide to maintaining road worthiness (Commercial goods and Passanger Carrying Vehicles)

OCR has recently released details of the structure and content of the National CPC qualifications for 2012 and beyond. The first of the new combined National CPC and International CPC syllabus examinations will be on 1st June, followed by examinations on the usual cycle on 14 September and 7 December 2012.

The examination structure will be:

  • One multi-choice examination with 60 questions to be answered in two hours. A pass mark of 70% will be required to pass this unit.
  • One case study examination, again of two hours duration and with between five and eight questions totalling 60 marks. Candidates will have to gain at least 50% of the available marks to pass this unit.

There will be some significant alterations to the way in which the examinations are conducted, particularly with regard to the case study. The principal changes are:

  • Candidates will be able to take with them into the examination room any written reference material they wish (this facility will not be available for the multiple choice examination)
  • There will be no pre-release of the case study scenario as previously. Candidates will see the scenario for the first time in the examination room
  • The previous requirement to gain a higher percentage of marks on questions relating to key syllabus topics has been abandoned. Candidates will need to gain at least 50% of the 60 marks available to pass this unit
  • On every case study examination paper there will be questions relating to Drivers’ Hours, Operator Licensing and Vehicle Costing. The remainder of the questions will be taken from other areas of the syllabus such as Budgeting, Dangerous Goods, Driver Licensing and Maintenance

To book on this course call the team on 02392 123 555