Transport Management CPC Course


14 Day Course 15th April 2024 @ 9.00am - 5.00pm each day Live Online on Zoom € 1400.00

Robin Mulligan Ltd is an approved training provider by The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.


The Transport Management CPC course is designed for owners/managers who must obtain a Transport Management CPC qualification in order to act as transport manager for a Road Haulage or Road Passenger transport business.


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Course Dates:
  • Monday 15th April 2024
  • Tuesday 16th April 2024
  • Wednesday 24th April 2024
  • Thursday 25th April 2024
  • Friday 26th April 2024
  • Saturday 27th April 2024
  • Tuesday 7th May 2024
  • Wednesday 8th May 2024
  • Thursday 9th May 2024
  • Friday 10th May 2024
  • Saturday 11th May 2024
  • Monday 20th May 2024
  • Tuesday 21st May 2024
  • Wednesday 22nd May 2024


Course Format:

This course is presented live online on Zoom.  Candidates will need access to a laptop/computer with camera and microphone.  All course material will be sent in advance of training.


Course Duration:

The duration of the course is 14 days.  The examination will take place on a separate date.


Exam Date:

Thursday 6th June 2024


Exam Format:

The exam is an open book format.  Candidates are permitted to bring their manuals to the exam.  The exam consists of two papers, a morning & afternoon paper.  Each paper is 2.5 hours duration.  The exam is made up of multiple choice questions, short answer questions and essay style questions.


Course Syllabus:
  • Accounts
  • Marketing
  • Tachograoh
  • Business Formation
  • Employment Legislation
  • International Permits and Licences
  • National Licences
  • Technical Features on Vehicles
  • Vehicle Testing
  • Law of Contract
  • Transport Costs


The subjects cover all the areas necessary for setting-up, operating and maintaining a transport business on an effective and continuous basis. Students will study accountancy, finance, business administration, social legislation, computer applications, marketing (all of, which are given a transport “bias”).

Students will also study subjects directly related to transport such as access to the profession of transport operator, the law of contract as it applies to the carriage of people or goods, tachograph legislation, regulations relating to height, weights, general dimensions and selection of vehicles, general information relating to optimisation of vehicle usage, driving licence regulations.

Further subjects include international conventions and agreements, and other items relevant to transport operators working internationally such as route planning, safety and accident procedures.


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