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JAUPT Top Findings During Audits: April – June 2022

Blogs | 25th Aug 2022

JAUPT has recently shared its detailed list of the top auditing findings during Centre Quality Assurance Visits and Course Quality Assurance Visits to those delivering Driver CPC Periodic Training. This is for the period of 1st April to 30 June 2022.

If you deliver Driver CPC Periodic Training, these JAUPT audit findings could provide helpful guidance to help uphold your standards.

Centre Quality Assurance Visit:

  1. The centre can demonstrate that it assesses the suitability and safety of training venues prior to use – 3%
  2. The centre can demonstrate the trainer(s) is/are aware of legislative/ regulatory requirements – 4%
  3. The centre can demonstrate an auditable trail of records including attendance and identity checks – 0%
  4. The Driver CPC Recording and Evidencing (R&E) database and/or the DVA’s database details match the information on the course attendance record – 6%
  5. The centre can demonstrate the process to ensure that the attendance data is uploaded within 5 working days by an authorised person – 6%
  6. The centre can demonstrate that trainer(s) are provided with an opportunity to feedback on the course(s) – 6%

Course Quality Assurance Visit:

  1. A full and auditable record was completed to confirm identity and the minimum attendance requirement was completed on each day – 11.05%
  2. As part of the course introduction trainees were told the approved aims and objectives of the course – 8.02%
  3. The trainer provided opportunities for trainee questions, checked knowledge transfer throughout and confirmed learning outcomes were achieved – 7.31%
  4. Delivery was in accordance with the approved course summary to ensure learning outcomes were met – 5.70%
  5. Trainees were given up to date information about security & fair processing of their personal information – 5.53% 
  6. Trainees were given up to date information about security & fair processing of their personal information – 5.53% 

What does JAUPT stand for?

JAUPT is the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training. It was established back in 2007 to enable the DVSA in Great Britain and the DVA in Northern Ireland to manage the quality assurance of Driver CPC Periodic Training centres and courses.

JAUPT approved RTITB Driver CPC training

Joining the RTITB Driver CPC Consortium is the fuss-free way to get your business on the road to delivering Periodic Driver CPC Training.

RTITB provides all the resources and support you need to offer engaging, high-quality training. The training materials are JAUPT approved, saving you time on developing course materials.

Our Consortium members don’t just train to comply with requirements, they also know it helps to increase efficiency, improve safety, reduce costs and more.

Would you like to join the RTITB Driver CPC Consortium? Membership will give you 24/7 access to our Driver CPC Periodic Training portal, with customisable training playlists and up-to-date training topics.

Get started with your RTITB Driver CPC Periodic Training portal trial now. Alternatively, give one of our friendly team a call today +44 (0)1952 520200 to learn more about joining the RTITB Driver CPC Consortium.