June 25, 2019

New and updated Training Material for 2019


New Road Haulage and Passenger Transport training material will be available from Thursday 20th June in preperation for the September 2019 series of examinations. The new material  will reflect all of the recent changes in legislation since the release of the March issues. At the time of going to press the UK's future relationship with the European Union had not been established.

March 12, 2019

Road Haulage Notes for Dyslexic Learners


In conjunction with DHL and Dyslexia Action, Eos has developed new CPC Road Haulage student notes designed specifically to aid the dyslexic learner.

Following detailed advice from Dyslexia Action, the new notes include:

•          larger (12 point) type

•          wider spacing

•          pastel paper

•          colour illustrations

The number of pages in the notes represents a significant increase on that in the standard Road Haulage product.  To reflect this, the price of a single set of shrink wrapped notes is £88, which reduces to £84 when bought as a box of 5 sets.

December 4, 2018

Examination Dates 2019/20


 Future examination dates:

Friday 8th March 2019
Friday 14th June 2019
Friday 13th September 2019
Friday 6th December 2019

Friday 13th March 2020
Friday 12th June 2020
Friday 11th September 2020
Friday 4th December 2020

All entries must be received by OCR from examination centres at least three weeks prior to the exam date.

September 18, 2018

Examination Fees 2019


OCR fees for CPC examinations for the year commencing 1 August 2018 are:

•             P1 and R1 Multi-Choice Examinations (including e'testing) £47.00

•             P2 and R2 Case Study Examinations £66.95

OCR Sample Assessment Material


Sample assessment material for the CPC examinations is available on the OCR website  - www.ocr.org.uk

Look out for the links to Road Haulage and Passenger Transport CPC.  You will find examples of the multi-choice and case study papers for each discipline, together with the answers.

You will also find past case study scenarios and question papers since 2012.  These can provide a useful insight into the examinations, especially when read in conjunction with the Chief Examiner's report for the paper.  Each report gives advice on where candidates had generally performed well or badly on each question and also offers explanations of the correct answers for certain questions.