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Want To Become A Qualified Transport Manager

Wednesday, 7th February, 2018 2:55pm
Want To Become A Qualified Transport Manager

CPC

Want To Become A Qualified Transport Manager

CPC

Want to become a qualified transport manager?

 

IF YOU want to pursue a career in transport, unlock your potential and gain a recognised qualification, then you need a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Transport Management.

This certificate, which is awarded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, qualifies you as a Transport Manager and also entitles you to set up a haulage or bus passenger business.

A CPC is also extremely beneficial for employment opportunities, career advancement, or if you want to up-skill.

Subjects cover in the course include: managing a transport business; employment and contract law; health and safety legislation; financial management; tachograph and hours of driving legislation; national and international documentation; HRM etc.

In preparation for the next exam on June 22, Tony Hynes of CPC.ie will be running his internationally acclaimed (see testimonials on CPC.ie) part and full time courses in centrally located venues in Dublin (Green Isle Hotel), Galway (Connaught Hotel), Limerick (Kilmurray Lodge Hotel), Cork (Vienna Woods Hotel) and Athlone (Prince of Wales Hotel).

For further information call 066-7186525 or 087-6363003, email info@cpc.ie or visit www.cpc.ie.

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