Learning in Motion

Our office at Petersfield Avenue will now be closed – we are sorry for those of you who have been trying to contact us.

We are however still delivering our first class training – either remotely or on-line.

Our new training courses will include the new SERU courses, New Edition 18 A-Z Topographical Training, On line Driver CPC Training courses, and many more.

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Contact us on

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info@dptraining.org.uk or 07710 475941

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Our new remote Topographical training sessions will start Thursday 19th May at 09:30.  To book your place contact us via email, when you will be sent your Zoom codes and how to pay.  The days programme will be as follows:

  • Understanding the A-Z and why drivers fail the Assessment
  • How to use the index
  • Points of the compass
  • Motorways and Junctions around the M25
  • Counties around London
  • The A-Z reference page
  • The most direct route
  • Planning a route
  • Directional based questions
  • Detailed explanation of a selection of routes

Remember this is remote training via Zoom and not something you just watch on the internet.  I am at the other end, taking you through step by step.  If you have a problem or query you can ask – just as you would if you were in the classroom.

You need to have a pc, laptop, tablet etc which will run Zoom – not suitable to be viewed on a mobile phone

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Cost is £100

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For a limited period we are offering our online Topographical revision course, for you to view in your own time, as many times as you wish.  For details please email: info@dptraining.org.uk and we will send details of how to buy this invaluable training

Cost only £40

Training Courses

Topographical Training

Train with the No1 training provider

SERU

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Driver CPC Training

HGV and PCV Courses delivered to your own home

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Health and Safety in a Construction Environment

Health & Safety in the Workplace

Are your employees doing this

Safeguarding & Disability Awareness

Ensure your private hire company stays within the law

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