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.
These JAUPT audit findings may provide helpful guidance to uphold standards in your own Driver CPC Periodic Training delivery.
Centre Quality Assurance Visit:
- Assessing the suitability and safety of training venues: centres must ensure that they can demonstrate the suitability and safety of training venues assessed to ensure that they meet Health & Safety requirements and are conducive to learning – 43%.
- Centres can demonstrate an auditable trail of records of attendance and ID checks: centres must check ID and record this to demonstrate the requirement has been met and the driver was in attendance – 68%.
- Centres have an auditable trail of persons authorised to upload information to the R&E System/DVA Online Database: centres must produce and maintain an auditable trail of persons authorised to upload information to the R&E System/DVA Online Database – 68%.
Course Quality Assurance Visit:
- A full and auditable record was completed to confirm identity and the minimum attendance requirement was completed on each day: centres must check ID and record this to demonstrate the requirement has been met and the driver was in attendance for the minimum period the course was approved – 74%.
- Delivery was in accordance with the approved course summary to ensure learning outcomes were met: centres should ensure all trainers delivering the course have up to date material and are aware of the content that must be delivered to meet the learning outcomes. Non-approved content is not permitted – 67%.
- The trainer provided opportunities for trainee questions, checked knowledge transfer throughout and confirmed learning outcomes were achieved: centres should ensure that trainers use encourage the trainees’ to ask questions to assist in their understanding and confirm knowledge transfer – 30%.
- The trainer used various styles of questions that were relevant and promoted knowledge transfer: centres should ensure that trainers use a variety of questioning techniques to support the trainees’ understanding and confirm knowledge transfer – 30%
Note. Audits were for date Period 01 July 2020 to 30th September 2020
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.
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