Qualify for a career in transport with cpc.ie

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Interested in a rewarding career in road transport – either in haulage or passenger carriage?

To unlock your potential and gain a recognised qualification, you need a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Transport Management.

This qualification, which is certified by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT), qualifies the applicant as a Transport Manager within an established or new company and also entitles the individual to start-up a road haulage or bus passenger business.

Tony Hynes who runs a series of CPC courses around the country with his company cpc.ie highlights the merits of this course: “A CPC is also extremely beneficial for employment opportunities, career advancement, or if you want to up-skill. Subjects covered in the course include: managing a transport business; employment & contract law; health & safety legislation; financial management; tachograph & hours of driving legislation; national and international documentation, HRM, etc.”

In preparation for the next exam on Wednesday, 9th June, 2020, Tony Hynes of CPC.IE will be running his internationally acclaimed Part & Full-Time courses in centrally located venues:

  • Galway (Connacht Hotel)
  • Limerick (Kilmurry Lodge Hotel)
  • Cork (Vienna Woods Hotel)
  • Athlone (Prince of Wales Hotel)
  • Dublin (Green Isle Hotel)

More details on www.cpc.ie

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