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DELIVERING THE BEST... "blended", In-Class, Remote and On-Site training to the Road Haulage Transport industry


In today's fast moving road transport and logistics sector, a well informed and trained workforce is essential for any business to thrive and prosper.

By utilising the best of instructors, techniques and technology we can offer a range of courses for the industry using a diverse variety of technologies to help candidates with those all important learning steps.

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How WE Can Help You

Logistical Training Ltd are the road haulage training provider working with a wide range of clients, delivering quality face-to-face, online and on-site training for licence holders, transport managers, drivers and traffic office staff.

We pride ourselves in the delivery of the best available training packages, working in close partnership with specialists in the field, employ the latest in teaching techniques and technology, and certified by governing bodies such as The Chartered Institute for Logistical and Transport (CILT) and JAUPT.

Many of the courses we provide have been developed to provide you with a “blended learning”  experience, combining online educational technologies with traditional "bricks and mortar" classroom methods.

For candidates this provides a flexible, dynamic, creative learning environment, with access to the latest relevant information, a flexible training ethos, a wealth of background information, as well as that all important instructor support.

All from the comfort of your office, home or our classrooms.

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Road Haulage Management CPC |

Level 3 Qualification

Any haulier wishing to operate vehicles that exceed 3,500kgs GVW, or 2,500kg Small Goods Vehicles within the EU, will probably require an Operator's Licence (O'Licence), and in many cases they will require a suitably qualified Transport Manager who can "continuously and effectively" ensure the safe operation of those vehicles.

A Transport manager nowadays requires certification, issued to them after successfully passing Department for Transport approved examinations.

Here, at Logistical Training we can provide you the course and examinations needed to gain your qualification which will allow you to stand as a transport manager.


Introduction to the Haulage Industry

For those considering coming into the industry, this brief course provides a basic outline of the legal obligations and the financial commitment required.

For those of you wishing to progress further in your career as a transport manager, then a successful completion of this brief free course can provide a discount towards your Road Haulage Management CPC Level 3 qualification (terms and conditions apply)

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Operator Awareness |

Certificated Compliance For Experienced Operators

For busy transport professionals of all levels, the course provides an overview of the operator licensing system and review the 11 fundamental undertakings agreed to by operators, as well as the “7 deadly sins”.

Either of the two OLAT courses on offer here are approved by the CILT and certificated to comply with the Traffic Commissioners "Operator Compliance" requirement or the DVSA's or TCO's quintennial Continuous Professional Development (CPD) requirements for O'licence holders or qualified transport managers. 

Driver CPC

JAUPT approved Periodic Driver-CPC

We offer a wide range of relevant JAUPT approved Driver-CPC courses delivered in person at select locations around the south east or remotely by Zoom/MS-Teams.


All of our courses are created and delivered by experienced drivers who have clocked a lot of miles on the tachograph themselves, or experienced transport managers who have come from busy traffic offices.

Who better to guide and advise than those who have been there and made the mistakes themselves?

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