Gill’s Driving School provide a large range of related courses and tuition to individuals, groups and businesses.
Many of these are tailored specifically for the customer to ensure a very high degree of relativity, thus ensuring the customer gets immediate benefit.
Driver CPC was introduced across the EU in 2008 for professional bus drivers and 2009 for professional truck drivers to set and maintain high standards of road safety, health and safety and driving among professional drivers of buses and trucks.
You can check what CPC Modules you have done with Gill’s Driving School at any time.
The International Road Transport Union (IRU) is the only accredited and certified Load Securing Course in Ireland.
Who is Advanced Driving & Occupational Driving Training geared towards?
This course is geared towards those who drive a lot for work such as Truck Drivers, coach drivers, sales reps or persons wishing to up-skill for their own safety.
Having completed an advanced driving course may reduce your motor insurance costs.
Gill’s Driving School provide on-road driving assessment to ascertain one’s ability to drive safely in live traffic situations.
The overall process is coordinated via a complex process involving behaviour, strategic and tactical abilities. Personality and adaptive strategies are important
in maintaining the normal parameters of driving safely in the face of illness and disability.
Gill’s Driving School are please to offer a preparation class to help drivers obtain their Small Public Services Vehicle (SPSV) Driving Licence.
Our programme offers the best training and support material available to help you sit your SPSV Entry Test.
A person who drives a vehicle carrying horses on journeys over 65 Km in connection with an economic activity must hold a Certificate in Equine Transport.
This course covers Type 1 and Type 2 Authorisation and will equip you with the required knowledge of the requirements concerning the protection of horses during transport and related operations.
On 5 January 2007 the EU introduced a new rule Council Regulation (EC) 1 of 2005 on the protection of animals during transport and related operations.
This regulation is aimed at improving the welfare of animals including: cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses, dogs and poultry during transport throughout the European Union.
Gill’s Driving School are an Accredited Training Centre with RTITB for Reach and Counterbalance Forklift Trucks.
Course Aim: To give the participants the skill and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely and effectively.
We offer 3 Programmes depending on your requirements: Novice, Experienced & Refresher.
Gill’s Driving School provide basic and refresher training, at various locations throughout Ireland all year, for persons transporting dangerous goods or hazardous chemicals by road.
- Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR)
- Certificate in Professional Competence (CPC) Course; Transport Manager Road Haulage and Bus Passenger
- Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) Course
Courses are approved by the Health and Safety Authority. Course dates and exam dates are constantly updated.
This is a one day course for drivers and/or managers using Siemens and Stoneridge Optac Vehicle Units (Digital) and drivers will be given the opportunity to experience downloading tachograph cards. The course will also cover all topics relating to Analogue Tachograph cards.
We provide QQI Recognised Courses for those involved with pesticide spraying either by handheld or boom sprayers.
Boom Sprayer Pesticide Application QQI – Fetac 5N1797 Level 5
Handheld Sprayer Pesticide Application QQI – Fetac 5N0731 Level 5
Under the 2005 Safety Health and Welfare Act and undated in the 2008 First Aid Guidelines, there must be adequate numbers of trained occupational first aiders on a work premises, making this course essential for every business.
Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims.
Phone 096 73030, Fax 096 21854, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or use our Enquiry Form