ADR Initial - Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road
ADR Initial Course (ICPT7) -
To allow drivers to carry seven common UN Classes in Tankers and Packs / Cylinders.
Under current regulations drivers carrying dangerous goods in certain vehicles, need ADR Certificates. This course enables drivers to sit the necessary SQA examinations for Classes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 in tankers, packages, cylinders, IBCs etc..
Please note exams papers are normally processed within 2 weeks by the examination board. This time limit may be reduced for urgent requests.
We restrict the number of delegates on the course.
European Agreement concerning the international carriage of Dangerous goods by Road.
L'Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route. -
Who needs an ADR Certificate?
Anyone transporting dangerous goods by road in most road tankers, tank containers, in bulk and a certain amount of dangerous goods by road in in-scope packages (i.e. in receptacles over certain sizes - separate limited quantities are allocated to each product).
Attendance of a course must be carried out by approved training providers, is a legal requirement and counts as part of drivers' hours. Each trainer is individually approved by SQA and comes from industry background.
A driver must attend a Department for Transport approved course and pass SQA exams to get an ADR Certificate. This certificate is valid for five years from the date of issue and can be refreshed to extend the validity for a period of up to five years within the period of twelve months which precede the expiry of the original certificate.
Up to 21hrs of this course can count towards drivers' 35hr Driver CPC requirement.
Delegates attending courses in Wembley will be provided with FREE parking, FREE refreshments & FREE lunch!
This Training Course is taught in classrooms in the following locations:
Guide Price: From £239 + VAT