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ADR Driver Training – The current European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road 2009(ADR) and The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009(CDG), require the driver of any dangerous goods carrying vehicle, over certain thresholds, to undertake vocational training (ADR Certification) and in all cases to undertake training corresponding to their duties.

Who Needs an ADR Certificate?

“Drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods shall hold a certificate issued by the competent authority or by any organisation recognised by that authority stating that they have participated in a training course and passed an examination on the particular requirements that have to be met during carriage of dangerous goods.” ADR 2009.

Candidates receive training in the following areas: Fire, First Aid, Vehicle Documentation, Vehicle Equipment, Emergency Procedures, Hazards of Dangerous Goods, Security of Loads, Loading and Unloading of Dangerous Goods in Packages and Tankers.

Full Initial ADR Certification – Includes the 7 general classes, dangerous goods in packages & tanks. Duration: 5 days (Click through to diary dates)

Packages Only Initial ADR Certification – Includes the 7 general classes, dangerous goods in packages. Duration: 4 days (Click through to diary dates)

Tanks and Class 3 ADR Certification – Initial 3 days, Refresher 2 days (Click through to diary dates)

Both the 5 and 4 Day course are available with 21 hours of Driver CPC (Add the logo)

Refresher courses either 21 or 7 hours of Driver CPC

Training to the standards of: