Transport Management CPC – Special Offer from

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Those in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) or unemployed are now entitled to a Social Welfare grant of €1,000 to attend a Transport Management CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) course. Therefore a payment of only €95 is required to become a qualified Transport Manager and pursue a career in the Road Transport and Logistics sectors.

“This course also allows the qualified person to set up their own transport business and to deliver four modules of the Driver CPC,” explained  Tony Hynes – Course Director at is commencing its next full and part-time Transport Management CPC in April to prepare students for the next exams on the 30 June 2021.

“As CPC.IE courses are educational and compulsory for essential services workers, we are continuing to run our CPC courses in the Green Isle Hotel, Clondalkin, Dublin and other hotels throughout the country. All Covid-19 protocols are adhered to including minimum of two metre distancing between students, providing hand sanitizers and assured room cleansing etc.,” he added.

CPC.IE students have achieved Ireland’s highest marks (99%) in their Transport Management CPC exam and Tony would like to congratulate the 143 newly qualified Transport Managers who received their results having sat their exam in December 2020 and wished them every success in the future.


‘Just a quick email to say thanks to you (Tony) and team once again. If it wasn’t for your expert guidance and infectious enthusiasm, I am sure I would not have persevered so that today I received my international RPTOL.‘

‘Thanks very much for the help and for the course; it was fantastic I really enjoyed it. The delivery of the course was exceptional and I think my results reflect this.’

For further course details please visit, email or phone 1890-374837; 087-6363003 


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