The auditing process for Driver CPC courses has been criticised as being “inconsistent” by Transport for London (TfL) this week. This follows one of its courses losing its approval, resulting in dozens of candidates having their training hours revoked.
Following an audit carried out by approvals body Jaupt, 43 attendees of TfL’s “Going for Bronze” management workshop were told last October that their Driver CPC hours would be revoked. The workshop had passed an audit in 2013, but failed in a subsequent audit in January 2014.
TfL claims that the situation arose due to the inconsistency of the Jaupt approval and audit process, rather than a problem with training process.
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