ADR (Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road) Training
Any goods which pose a risk to property, the environment or people are classified as dangerous goods and are assigned classifications from 1 to 9. The types of goods range from highly dangerous explosives, acids and flammables to every day products such as paints, pesticides and cleaning products.
The Carriage of Dangerous Goods by road falls under the European agreement known as ADR which regulates the movement of any dangerous goods within the UK and Europe.
All drivers responsible for carrying goods which fall under the scope, in any type of vehicle, must hold a vocational training certificate for the corresponding class of the goods being transported.
ADR (Dangerous Goods by Road) Courses
As a member of the National Dangerous Goods Training Consortium and an accredited SQA training and examination centre, we are able to offer both public courses at our centres at least once per month and private courses at your premises to suit.
These courses come with our Guaranteed Pass Promise
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Whether you want to attend a public course at one of our centres or arrange a private course anywhere in the UK at your own premises our dedicated training support team can help. Please call (0191) 491 5032 or complete the short form to the right and one of the team will provide you with a detailed quotation.
Who Should Attend
Operators and transport managers overseeing drivers who carry dangerous goods
Drivers of all vehicles handling transporting hazardous products by road in the UK & Europe
- The Full ADR Course lasts 4 days and covers:
ADR Classes (2,3,4,5,6,8 & 9)
- The ADR refresher course covers the same content as the full course in much less detail and lasts 3 days
- The ADR Tanker Course is an additional course and can be taken at the same time with prior arrangement.
This course can be delivered in our Team Valley Training Centre, at your premises or at an agreed suitable location.
Number of Delegates
Maximum of 20 Delegates depending on the venue
Certification / Qualification
Delegates are required to sit exams which are sent away to be marked by the SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority). For each module passed the delegate will receive the corresponding classification on his/her ADR certificate (Vocational training certificate) issued by the DVLA.
The examining body SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority) charge £20 per exam with no VAT applicable. We do not charge any admin fees to handle the examinations so you will only pay for the exams you take. The minimum number of exams required to gain the qualification is 3 exams (£60) and the full qualification for all classes can range between 6 exams (£120) and 10 exams (£200) depending on the format you choose. Please call or chat with one of our team if you need help deciding which exams you require.
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