What is ADR?
A Consortium of Professional Providers of Dangerous Goods Training. You will need this qualification if you carry dangerous goods by road.
Who should attend?
Any driver carrying dangerous goods by road.
What are dangerous goods?
A dangerous good is anything that falls within certain categories, click here to view the list.
If you’re unsure if the goods you are carrying are classed as dangerous please contact us and we will be happy to advise.
Courses Available & who should attend?
- If you have never completed an ADR course
- Have less than 5 weeks on your current licence
- If your licence has expired
- If you have an ADR licence with more than 5-7 weeks validity remaining
- Initial up to 5 days depending on which classes you choose
- Refresher 3 days
No prior learning is required for the initial, if you are refreshing you must have a valid ADR licence with the relevant classes.
We cannot give course content as the course depends on which modules you wish to sit. If you would like more details on what is covered we can arrange for our instructor to speak with you.
Number of attendees
Up to 20 delegates.
To see a breakdown of the modules covered click here.
Delegates who attend the ADR Initial course can claim up to 3 days or 21 hours towards their Driver CPC training for only £30 + VAT per 7 hours.
Delegates who attend the ADR Refresher course can claim 1 day or 7 hours towards their Driver CPC training for only £30 + VAT per 7 hours.
To find our more about Driver CPC Periodic Training click here.
Completion of course & refreshing
You must have at least 5 – 7 weeks remaining on your licence to be entitled to sit a refresher course.
You can attend a refresher course any time in the last 12 months prior to expiry without losing any time on your licence.
On passing this course you will be issued with an ADR licence within 6 – 8 weeks.
Petroleum Driver Passport (PDP)
We can now offer the Petroleum Driver Passport which can take place during the week of your ADR course. Please find more information here.