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Wednesday, 3 October 2023

Check your Driver CPC periodic training record

If you are a lorry, bus or coach driver, you can check that your Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) periodic training has been recorded. Find out how to register and use the online service to check your training record.

How to check your Driver CPC periodic training

You must register before checking your record

If you have registered to use the service and have a password, you can:

  • see how many hours of training you have done
  • see which courses you have attended
  • create a temporary password for your employer or potential employer to view your training record

If training does not appear on your record

If you have done training that isn't showing on your record after five working days, contact the training centre.

If the training centre can't help you, contact the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) by email

How to register if you are a new user

If you are a new user, you need to register to use the online service.

You’ll need to give your:

  • driving licence number
  • home postcode

When you register, a password for the service will be sent by post to the address on your driving licence. So, it's important that you keep your address up to date.

When you have your password

When you have your password, you can use the online service to check your training record. DSA recommends that you change the initial password to a more memorable one.

You can give an email address to get replacement passwords quickly by email.

When you can use this service

You can use this online service 24 hours a day, Monday to Sunday.

Help with this service

If you have any problems when using this service, please contact DSA's customer service team.

Additional links

How to take periodic training

Find out how to take Driver CPC periodic training

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