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Introduction

The Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles is aimed at those working in a role that

requires them to drive a goods vehicle.

The awarding organisation for the qualification is ProQual Awarding Body and the regulatory

body is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual). The specification

for this qualification has been approved by the Welsh Government for use by centres in

Wales and by the Council for the Curriculum Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) for use

by centres in Northern Ireland.

The qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).

Qualification Profile

Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

Qualification title ProQual Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

Ofqual qualification number 600/8307/4

Level Level 2

Totoal qualification time 290 hours

Guided learning hours 149

Assessment

Pass or fail

Internally assessed and verified by centre staff

External quality assurance by ProQual verifiers

Qualification start date 1/03/13

Qualification end date

Age Ranges 16-18, 19+

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification, but centres should ensure that

candidates have the potential to achieve the qualification.

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Qualification Structure

To achieve the qualification candidates must achieve a minimum of 29 credits from the

Mandatory and Optional units in their chosen pathway:

Pathways

Pathway 1: Motor Cycle/Pedal Cycle

Pathway 2: Van

Pathway 3: Rigid Vehicle

Pathway 4: Articulated or Draw Bar Vehicle

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Pathway 1: Motor Cycle/Pedal Cycle

Candidates must achieve a minimum of 29 credits:

  • 15 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus
  • a minimum of 4 credits from Optional Group O1, plus
  • 4 credits from Optional Group O2, 3 credits from Optional Group O3, and
  • 3 credits from Optional Group O4

Mandatory Units – complete all units

Unit Reference

Number Unit Title Unit

Level

Credit

Value GLH

R/602/2873 Prepare the cycle for driving 2 2 10

Y/602/2874 Protect the cycle and the load 2 2 15

D/602/2875 Operate and monitor the cycle systems 2 3 16

K/602/2877 Manoeuvre the cycle in restricted spaces 2 4 18

A/601/9451 Obtain information on the collection and/or delivery of

loads 2 2 10

K/601/9462 Collecting and/or delivering goods (motorcycles and

pedal cycles) 2 2 10

Optional Group O1 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

T/602/2879 Drive the cycle on public roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner 2 6 30

T/602/2882 Drive the cycle on private roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner 2 4 20

Optional Group O2 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

D/602/2892 Ensure the cycle is loaded correctly 2 4 25

K/602/2894 Load the cycle correctly 2 5 30

Optional Group O3 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 3 credits from this group

T/602/2896 Ensure the cycle is unloaded correctly 2 3 15

A/602/2897 Unload the cycle correctly 2 3 20

Optional Group O4 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 3 credits from this group

D/601/9457 Plan the route and timings for the collection and

delivery of goods 3 6 30

Y/601/9456 Make an effective contribution to a business in the

logistics sector 2 3 10

Y/601/7920 Contribute to the provision of customer service in

logistics operations

2 3 18

M/601/9463 Dealing with payment transactions in logistics

operations 2 2 10

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Pathway 2: Van

Candidates must achieve a minimum of 29 credits:

  • 13 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus
  • a minimum of 4 credits from Optional Group O1, plus
  • 4 credits from Optional Group O2, 3 credits from Optional Group O3, and
  • 5 credits from Optional Group O4

Mandatory Units – complete all units

Unit Reference

Number Unit Title Unit

Level

Credit

Value GLH

R/602/2842 Prepare the van for driving 2 2 10

K/602/2846 Protect the van and the load 2 2 15

M/602/2847 Operate and monitor the van systems 2 3 16

A/602/2849 Manoeuvre the van in restricted spaces 2 4 18

A/601/9451 Obtain information on the collection and/or delivery of

loads 2 2 10

Optional Group O1 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

A/602/2852 Drive the van on public roads in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

2 6 30

L/602/2855 Drive the van on private roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner 2 4 20

Optional Group O2 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

H/602/2859 Ensure the van is loaded correctly 2 4 25

D/602/2861 Load the van correctly 2 5 30

Optional Group O3 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 3 credits from this group

H/602/2862 Ensure the van is unloaded correctly 2 3 15

M/602/2864 Unload the van correctly 2 3 20

Optional Group O4 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 5 credits from this group

D/601/9457 Plan the route and timings for the collection and

delivery of goods 3 6 30

Y/601/9456 Make an effective contribution to a business in the

logistics sector 2 3 10

Y/601/7920 Contribute to the provision of customer service in

logistics operations 2 3 18

M/601/9463 Dealing with payment transactions in logistics

operations 2 2 10

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Pathway 3: Rigid Vehicle

Candidates must achieve a minimum of 29 credits:

  • 13 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus
  • a minimum of 4 credits from Optional Group O1, plus
  • 4 credits from Optional Group O2, 3 credits from Optional Group O3, and
  • 5 credits from Optional Group O4

Mandatory Units – complete all units

Unit Reference

Number Unit Title Unit

Level

Credit

Value GLH

K/602/2832 Prepare the rigid vehicle for driving 2 2 10

M/602/2833 Protect the rigid vehicle and the load 2 2 15

F/602/2836 Operate and monitor the rigid vehicle systems 2 3 16

L/602/2838 Manoeuvre the rigid vehicle in restricted spaces 2 4 18

A/601/9451 Obtain information on the collection and/or delivery of

loads 2 2 10

Optional Group O1 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

R/602/2839 Drive the rigid vehicle on public roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner 2 6 30

J/602/2840 Drive the rigid vehicle on private roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner 2 4 20

Optional Group O2 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

Y/602/2843 Ensure the rigid vehicle is loaded correctly 2 4 25

H/602/2845 Load the rigid vehicle correctly 2 5 30

Optional Group O3 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 3 credits from this group

T/602/2848 Ensure the rigid vehicle is unloaded correctly 2 3 15

T/602/2851 Unload the rigid vehicle correctly 2 3 20

Optional Group O4 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 5 credits from this group

D/601/9457 Plan the route and timings for the collection and

delivery of goods 3 6 30

K/602/4323 Attach and detach rigid vehicle mounted bodies 2 3 10

Y/601/9456 Make an effective contribution to a business in the

logistics sector 2 3 10

Y/601/7920 Contribute to the provision of customer service in

logistics operations 2 3 18

M/601/9463 Dealing with payment transactions in logistics

operations 2 2 10

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Pathway 2: Articulated or Draw Bar Vehicle

Candidates must achieve a minimum of 29 credits:

  • 13 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus
  • a minimum of 4 credits from Optional Group O1, plus
  • 4 credits from Optional Group O2, 3 credits from Optional Group O3, and
  • 5 credits from Optional Group O4

Mandatory Units – complete all units

Unit Reference

Number Unit Title Unit

Level

Credit

Value GLH

T/602/2722 Prepare the articulated or draw bar vehicle for driving 2 2 10

J/602/2739 Protect the articulated or draw bar vehicle and the

load 2 2 15

F/602/2741 Operate and monitor the articulated or draw bar

vehicle systems

2 3 16

J/602/2742 Manoeuvre the articulated or draw bar vehicle in

restricted spaces 2 4 18

A/601/9451 Obtain information on the collection and/or delivery of

loads 2 2 10

Optional Group O1 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

L/602/2760 Drive the articulated or draw bar vehicle on public

roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner 2 6 30

R/602/2761 Drive the articulated or draw bar vehicle on private

roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner 2 4 20

Optional Group O2 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 4 credits from this group

M/602/2766 Ensure the articulated or draw bar vehicle is loaded

correctly 2 4 25

F/602/2769 Load the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly 2 5 30

Optional Group O3 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 3 credits from this group

A/602/2771 Ensure the articulated or draw bar vehicle is unloaded

correctly 2 3 15

J/602/2773 Unload the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly 2 3 20

Optional Group O4 – candidates must achieve a minimum of 5 credits from this group

D/601/9457 Plan the route and timings for the collection and

delivery of goods 3 6 30

H/602/2781 Couple and uncouple the articulated or draw bar

vehicle 2 3 10

M/602/4324 Attach and detach articulated or draw bar vehicle

mounted bodies 2 3 10

Y/601/9456 Make an effective contribution to a business in the

logistics sector 2 3 10

Y/601/7920 Contribute to the provision of customer service in

logistics operations 2 3 18

M/601/9463 Dealing with payment transactions in logistics

operations 2 2 10

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Centre Requirements

Centres must be approved to offer this qualification. If your centre is not approved please

complete and submit form ProQual Additional Qualification Approval Application.

Staff

Staff delivering this qualification must be appropriately qualified and occupationally

competent.

Assessors/Internal Quality Assurance

For each competence-based unit centres must be able to provide at least one assessor and

one internal quality assurance verifier who are suitably qualified for the specific

occupational area. Assessors and internal quality assurance verifiers for competence-based

units or qualifications will normally need to hold appropriate assessor or verifier

qualifications, such as:

  • Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment
  • Award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement
  • Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement
  • Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practices
  • Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and

Practices

Support for Candidates

Materials produced by centres to support candidates should:

  • enable them to track their achievements as they progress through the learning

outcomes and assessment criteria;

  • provide information on where ProQual’s policies and procedures can be viewed;
  • provide a means of enabling Internal and External Quality Assurance staff to

authenticate evidence

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Assessment

Candidates must demonstrate the level of knowledge and skill described in the units.

Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s knowledge, understanding and

performance against the standards set in the qualification.

Each candidate is required to produce evidence which demonstrates their achievement of

all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Evidence can include: – assignments/projects/reports

– worksheets

– portfolio of evidence

– record of oral and/or written questioning

– candidate test papers

Learning outcomes set out what a candidate is expected to know, understand or be able to

do.

Assessment criteria specify the standard a candidate must meet to show the learning

outcome has been achieved.

There must be valid, authentic and sufficient for all the assessment criteria. However, one

piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning

outcome or assessment criterion.

Learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this qualification can be found from page 12.

Internal Quality Assurance

An internal quality assurance verifier confirms that assessment decisions made in centres

are made by competent and qualified assessors, that they are the result of sound and fair

assessment practice and that they are recorded accurately and appropriately.

Adjustments to Assessment

Adjustments to standard assessment arrangements are made on the individual needs of

candidates. ProQual’s Reasonable Adjustments Policy and Special Consideration Policy sets

out the steps to follow when implementing reasonable adjustments and special

considerations and the service that ProQual provides for some of these arrangements.

Centres should contact ProQual for further information or queries about the contents of the

policy.

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Results Enquiries and Appeals

All enquiries relating to assessment or other decisions should be dealt with by centres, with

reference to ProQual’s Enquiries and Appeals Procedures.

Certification

Candidates who achieve the required credits for this qualification will be awarded:

  • A certificate listing the units achieved with its related credit value, and
  • A certificate giving the full qualification title –

ProQual Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

Claiming certificates

Centres may claim certificates for candidates who have been registered with ProQual and

who have successfully achieved the required number of credits for a qualification. All

certificates will be issued to the centre for successful candidates.

Replacement certificates

If a replacement certificate is required a request must be made to ProQual in writing.

Replacement certificates are labelled as such and are only provided when the claim has

been authenticated. Refer to the Fee Schedule for details of charges for replacement

certificates.

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Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

Unit R/602/2873

Prepare the cycle for driving

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to

prepare the cycle for

driving

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to preparing the cycle for driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain how to check that the cycle has sufficient fuel,

additives and water

1.3 Explain the operation of the cycle instruments and controls

to include:

  • How to check the vehicle systems
  • How to check instruments, controls, gauges and vehicle

systems

  • Indications of electrical or mechanical problems

1.4 Explain the responsibilities of the driver for the cycle and

the load

1.5 Explain the organisational procedures for reporting defects

including information on previously reported problems with

the cycle

1.6 Explain how to obtain information on previously reported

problems with the cycle

1.7 Explain which person(s) is officially responsible for releasing

the cycle

1.8 Identify problems that can occur when preparing the cycle

for driving

1.9 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 1 Be able to prepare

the cycle for driving

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to preparing the cycle for driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • operating requirements

2.2 Check the vehicle and vehicle systems to ensure the cycle is

legal and roadworthy

2.3 Carry out adjustments to the:

  • steering mechanism
  • mirrors
  • seat

for optimum control, observation and comfort

2.4 Check the cycle has sufficient:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

2.5 Check that any ancillary equipment is in working order

2.6 Demonstrate that all documentation your organisation

requires is with the cycle

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Unit Y/602/2874

Protect the cycle and the load

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to protect

the cycle and the load

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to protecting the cycle and load,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • changes in condition of the load
  • theft or damage

1.2 Describe how to identify damage or deterioration in the

condition of the load

1.3 Explain different methods for protecting the cycle’s load

1.4 Describe the risks associated with protecting the cycle and

load at different locations

1.5 Explain the security checks that are required to protect

the cycle and the load

1.6 Identify problems that can occur when protecting the

cycle and its load

1.7 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to protect the

cycle and the load

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to protecting the cycle and load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • theft
  • damage
  • reporting procedures

2.2 Carry out security checks

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Demonstrate how to report any change in the condition of

the load according to organisational procedures

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Unit D/602/2875

Operate and monitor the cycle systems

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to operate and

monitor the cycle systems

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • cycle operating systems
  • cycle monitoring systems

1.2 Describe the purposes and functions of the cycle

instruments

1.3 Explain the cycle requirements for:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when operating

and monitoring the cycle systems

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to operate and

monitor the cycle systems

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • cycle operating systems
  • cycle monitoring systems

2.2 Operate the cycle controls to maintain the safety,

security of yourself, the cycle and others

2.3 Operate fuel delivery systems correctly and safely

2.4 Demonstrate how to minimise wear and tear on

the cycle systems

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Unit K/602/2877

Manoeuvre the cycle in restricted spaces

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to manoeuvre

the cycle in restricted

spaces

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to manoeuvring the cycle,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 State the:

  • dimensions of the cycle
  • clearances required for the cycle during different

activities

  • types of signals to be used when manoeuvring the

cycle

1.3 Explain the observations required to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

1.4 Identity suitable spaces for safe manoeuvring

1.5 Identify the types of hazard that could occur during

manoeuvring

1.6 Explain the effects of inappropriate speed during

manoeuvring

1.7 Identify problems that can occur when manoeuvring

the cycle in restricted spaces

1.8 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to manoeuvre the

cycle in restricted spaces

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to manoeuvring the cycle, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Manoeuvre the cycle in restricted spaces and

include:

  • the appropriate use of signals

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • using the appropriate speed for the manoeuvre
  • monitoring the actions of other road users
  • ensuring there is no damage to the cycle or

surrounding environment

  • ensuring the cycle is in a suitable position for the

required activities

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Unit A/601/9451

Obtain information on the collection and/or delivery of loads

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to obtain

information on the

collection and/or delivery of

loads

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to obtaining information on

the collection and/or delivery of the load, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information on the load to

include:

  • the type of information for the load
  • where the information can be found
  • destination and schedule and any recent

information that could affect the destination and

schedule

  • requirements for loading and unloading
  • requirements for collections

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when obtaining

information on the collection and/or delivery of

loads

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to obtain

information on the

collection and/or delivery of

loads

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to obtaining information on the collection

and/or delivery of the load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Collect information on the load to include:

  • the details of the load
  • destination and schedule
  • requirements for loading and unloading
  • requirements for collections and/or deliveries

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Assess any relevant information that could affect

the destination and schedule

2.4 Communicate effectively with others in relation to

the collection and/or delivery of the load

2.5 Assess the suitability of the vehicle for the load

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Unit K/601/9462

Collecting and/or delivering goods _motorcycles and pedal cycles

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to collect

and/or deliver goods by

motor and/or pedal cycle

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • vehicle operating systems
  • vehicle monitoring systems
  • reporting procedures

1.2 Explain the required information on:

  • collection and delivery documentation
  • types of goods to be collected and/or delivered
  • health, safety, security or environmental issues in

relation to the goods

  • any restrictions that may apply to the goods
  • routes and schedules
  • any end of collection and/or delivery tasks
  • end of duty checks

1.3 Identify suitable equipment for the collection and/or

delivery of the goods

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when collecting

and/or delivering goods by motorcycles and/or pedal

cycles

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to collect and/or

deliver goods by motor

and/or pedal cycle

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • vehicle operating systems
  • vehicle monitoring systems
  • reporting procedures

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.2 Confirm with an appropriate person the:

  • goods to be collected and /or delivered
  • route and schedule

2.3 Ensure the vehicle used is suitably equipped and

serviceable

2.4 Carry out the collection and/or delivery of the goods

safely and in accordance with organisational

operational policies

2.5 Monitor progress on the collection and/or delivery of

goods

2.6 Demonstrate how to report and record any difficulties

with the collection and/or delivery of the goods in

accordance with organisational policy

2.7 Complete collection and delivery documentation

2.8 Complete end of collection and or delivery schedule

procedures

2.9 Complete end of duty tasks

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Unit T/602/2879

Drive the cycle on public roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to drive the cycle

on public roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the cycle and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the cycle on the road to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the cycle to optimize fuel

consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the cycle to adjust braking

under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the cycle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

cycle, on public roads, in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to drive the cycle on

public roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the cycle and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the cycle and apply lane discipline to

maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the cycle safely and in a

fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the cycle and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit T/602/2882

Drive the cycle on private roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to drive the cycle

on private roads in a fuelefficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the cycle and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the cycle on the road to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the cycle to optimize fuel

consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the cycle to adjust braking

under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the cycle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

vehicle, on private roads, in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to drive the cycle on

private roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the cycle and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the cycle and apply lane discipline to

maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the cycle safely and in a

fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the cycle and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit D/602/2892

Ensure the cycle is loaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to load the

cycle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the cycle is loaded

correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the cycle for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that the

cycle is loaded correctly

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to ensure the

cycle is loaded

correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the cycle is loaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Ensure that the cycle and load are compatible

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Ensure that the cycle has been loaded in the appropriate

manner for the type of load and delivery sequence

2.5 Ensure that the load is secured and stabilized, for

transportation

2.6 Ensure that any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment are secured and stabilized for transportation

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Unit K/602/2894

Load the cycle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to load

the cycle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to ensuring the cycle is loaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the cycle for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Explain how to prepare the cycle for loading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when loading the cycle

correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 Be able to load the

cycle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to ensuring the cycle is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Ensure that the cycle and load are compatible

2.4 Ensure that the cycle is ready to receive the load

2.5 Ensure the loading area is suitable and safe

2.6 Manoeuvre the cycle into a suitable position for loading

2.7 Load the cycle in the appropriate manner, using the correct

handling methods, for the type of load and delivery

sequence

2.8 Secure the load with the correct restraints

2.9 Secure any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment so that they cannot shift or come loose during

transportation

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Unit T/602/2896

Ensure the cycle is unloaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to ensure that

the cycle is unloaded

correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the cycle is

unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the cycle should be prepared for unloading and

delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the cycle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that

the cycle is unloaded correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to ensure that the

cycle is unloaded

correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the cycle is unloaded correctly,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

2.4 Ensure the unloading is properly planned

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.5 Ensure that the part of the load to be unloaded is

correctly identified

2.6 Ensure the correct proof of delivery procedures are

completed

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Unit A/602/2897

Unload the cycle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to unload

the cycle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to ensuring the cycle is unloaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the cycle should be prepared for unloading and

delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the cycle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when unloading the cycle

correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 Be able to unload

the cycle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to ensuring the cycle is unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Manoeuvre the cycle into a safe and suitable position for

unloading

2.5 Prepare the cycle correctly for unloading

2.6 Demonstrate how to properly plan for unloading the cycle

2.7 Correctly identify the part of the load to be unloaded

2.8 Use the correct handling method to move the load

2.9 Follow the correct proof of delivery procedures

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Unit D/601/9457

Plan the route and timings for the collection and delivery of goods

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to plan the route

and timings for the

collection and delivery of

loads

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to planning the route and

timings for the collection and delivery of loads, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain how to use route planning resources

1.3 Explain the impact that the following factors have on

route planning

  • restrictions on the load
  • vehicle dimensions and weight
  • requirements to plan alternative routes
  • road restrictions on selected route
  • load restrictions on selected route
  • journey times
  • facilities at stopping points
  • estimation of driving distances
  • effective use of driving time
  • legislation in relation to driver’s hours

1.4 Describe the implications for the vehicle and load on

the selection of particular routes

1.5 Identify problems that can occur when planning the

route and timings for the collection and delivery of

goods

1.6 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to plan the route

and timings for the

collection and delivery of

loads

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to planning the route and timings for the

collection and delivery of loads, that relate to

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Collect all relevant information on the:

  • destination
  • route
  • schedule
  • driving distances
  • times
  • vehicle
  • load
  • restrictions
  • facilities at stopping points

2.3 Use relevant route planning resources

2.4 Identify the major and minor roads for reaching the

destination

2.5 Plan alternative routes to ensure effective use of

driving time

2.6 Estimate driving distances and time required to

achieve schedule

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Unit Y/601/9456

Make an effective contribution to a business in the logistics sector

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to make an

effective contribution to a

business in the logistics

sector

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to making an effective

contribution to a business in the logistics sector,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • your work role
  • quality standards

1.2 Identify own reporting line and the work roles of

colleagues

1.3 Describe methods for improving personal work

performance

1.4 Describe methods for identifying learning needs

1.5 Explain the importance of supporting colleagues and

the difference it makes to productivity

1.6 Describe how misunderstandings and conflict in

working relationships may be resolved

constructively

2 be able to make an effective

contribution to a business in

the logistics sector

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to making an effective contribution to a

business in the logistics sector, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • own work role
  • quality standards

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Confirm tasks, priorities and responsibilities with an

appropriate person

2.4 Perform work tasks in ways that are consistent with

good practice in the organisation

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.5 Ensure that:

  • personal appearance and hygiene
  • equipment
  • work area

are maintained in accordance with organisational

requirements

2.6 Identify own learning needs from feedback obtained

from appropriate people

2.7 Agree a learning plan that is realistic, with an

appropriate person

2.8 Promptly action requests from others that fall

within own responsibility

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Unit Y/601/7920

Contribute to the provision of customer service in logistics

operations

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to contribute to

the provision of customer

services in logistics operations

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to the provision of

customer services in logistics operations, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • maintaining effective customer relations
  • personal appearance and hygiene
  • reporting procedures and systems
  • recording information
  • confidentiality
  • complaints

1.2 Describe different types of customers in relation

to own organisation

1.3 Describe the importance of

  • promoting the organisation’s image positively
  • effective communication
  • good customer service

1.4 Identify the services available to customers in

own organisation

1.5 Describe the implications of:

  • a negative image on your organisation
  • poor communication
  • poor customer service

1.6 Describe:

  • own role in dealing with customer complaints

and

  • the limits of your responsibility

1.7 Identify who to report to when you are unable to

deal with a customer enquiry or request

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2 be able to contribute to the

provision of customer

services in logistics operations

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to contributing to customer services in

logistics operations, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • maintaining effective customer relations
  • personal appearance and hygiene
  • reporting procedures and systems
  • recording information
  • confidentiality
  • complaints

2.2 Develop positive relationships with customers

2.3 Ensure that own personal appearance and

hygiene meet organisational policies and

standards

2.4 Communicate effectively with customers

2.5 Ensure that all information available is up-to-date

and accurate

2.6 Identify customer needs

2.7 Deal effectively with customer enquiries

2.8 Ensure the customer is promptly informed of any

action that is taken

2.9 Maintain customer confidentiality

2.10 Update customer records accurately

2.11 Record customer enquiries and outcomes

accurately using the organisation’s procedures

and systems

2.12 Deal with customer complaints effectively

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Unit M/601/9463

Dealing with payment transactions in logistics operations

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to deal with

payment transactions

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to payments, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the required information on:

  • the collection of payments
  • methods for carrying payments

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when dealing with

payment transactions

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to deal with

payment transactions

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to payments, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Obtain all relevant documentation required for the

payment

2.3 Confirm the goods for which payment is required,

the amount involved, and the payment method

2.4 Ensure there is adequate provision for collecting and

carrying payments in a safe and secure manner

2.5 Collect the payments on delivery of goods and

confirm the amount received is correct

2.6 Record and issue a receipt for the payment

2.7 Secure payments in a designated place, in

accordance with organisational operating

procedures

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.8 Reconcile payments received with the

documentation and payments collected

2.9 Deposit completed documentation and payments

with relevant person or to the relevant place

2.10 Record and report any discrepancies promptly to

relevant person(s)

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Unit R/602/2842

Prepare the van for driving

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to

prepare the van for

driving

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to preparing the van for driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain how to check that the van has sufficient fuel,

additives and water

1.3 Explain the operation of the van instruments and controls to

include:

  • How to check the vehicle systems
  • How to check instruments, controls, gauges and vehicle

systems

  • Indications of electrical or mechanical problems

1.4 Explain the responsibilities of the driver for the van and the

load

1.5 Explain the organisational procedures for reporting defects

including information on previously reported problems with

the van

1.6 Explain how to obtain information on previously reported

problems with the van

1.7 Explain which person(s) is officially responsible for releasing

the van

1.8 Identify problems that can occur when preparing the van for

driving

1.9 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 1 Be able to prepare

the van for driving

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to preparing the van for driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.2 Check the vehicle and vehicle systems to ensure the van is

legal and roadworthy

2.3 Carry out adjustments to the:

  • steering wheel
  • mirrors
  • seat

for optimum control, observation and comfort

2.4 Check the van has sufficient:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

2.5 Check that any ancillary equipment is in working order

2.6 Demonstrate that all documentation your organisation

requires is with the van

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Unit K/602/2846

Protect the van and the load

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to protect

the van and the load

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to protecting the van and load, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • changes in condition of the load
  • theft or damage

1.2 Describe how to identify damage or deterioration in the

condition of the load

1.3 Explain different methods for protecting the van’s load

1.4 Describe the risks associated with protecting the van and

load at different locations

1.5 Explain the security checks that are required to protect the

van and the load

1.6 Identify problems that can occur when protecting the van

and its load

1.7 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to protect the

van and the load

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to protecting the van and load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • theft
  • damage
  • reporting procedures

2.2 Carry out security checks

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Demonstrate how to report any change in the condition of

the load according to organisational procedures

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Unit M/602/2847

Operate and monitor the van systems

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to operate and

monitor the van systems

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • van operating systems
  • van monitoring systems

1.2 Describe the purposes and functions of the vans

instruments

1.3 Explain the vans requirements for:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when operating

and monitoring the van systems

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to operate and

monitor the van systems

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • van operating systems
  • van monitoring systems

2.2 Operate the vehicle controls to maintain the safety,

security of yourself, the van and others

2.3 Operate fuel delivery systems correctly and safely

2.4 Demonstrate how to minimise wear and tear on the

van systems

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Unit A/602/2849

Manoeuvre the van in restricted spaces

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to manoeuvre

the van in restricted spaces

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to manoeuvring the van, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 State the:

  • dimensions of the van
  • clearances required for the van during different

activities

  • types of signals to be used when manoeuvring the

van

1.3 Explain the observations required to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

1.4 Identity suitable spaces for safe manoeuvring

1.5 Identify the types of hazard that could occur during

manoeuvring

1.6 Explain the effects of inappropriate speed during

manoeuvring

1.7 Identify problems that can occur when manoeuvring

the van in restricted spaces

1.8 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to manoeuvre the

van in restricted spaces

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to manoeuvring the van, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Manoeuvre the van in restricted spaces and include:

  • the appropriate use of signals
  • using the appropriate speed for the manoeuvre

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • monitoring the actions of other road users
  • ensuring there is no damage to the van or

surrounding environment

  • ensuring the van is in a suitable position for the

required activities

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Unit A/602/2852

Drive the van on public roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to drive the van

on public roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the van and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the van on the road to ensure the safety

of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the van to optimize fuel

consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the van to adjust braking

under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the van

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

van, on public roads, in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to drive the van on

public roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the van and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the van and apply lane discipline to

maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the van safely and in a

fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the van and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit L/602/2855

Drive the van on private roads in a safe and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to drive the van

on private roads in a fuelefficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the van and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the van on the road to ensure the safety

of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the van to optimize fuel

consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the van to adjust braking

under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • factors affecting the distance required to overtake

other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the van

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

vehicle, on private roads, in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 Be able to drive the van on

private roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the van and load, in a fuelefficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the van and apply lane discipline to

maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the van safely and in a

fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the van and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit H/602/2859

Ensure the van is loaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to load the

van correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the van is loaded

correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required

information to include:

  • suitability of the van for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that the

van is loaded correctly

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to ensure the

van is loaded correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the van is loaded correctly, that relate

to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Ensure that the van and load are compatible

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Ensure that the van has been loaded in the appropriate

manner for the type of load and delivery sequence

2.5 Ensure that the load is secured and stabilized, for

transportation

2.6 Ensure that any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment are secured and stabilized for transportation

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Unit D/602/2861

Load the van correctly

Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to load

the van correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to ensuring the van is loaded correctly, that relate

to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the van for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Explain how to prepare the van for loading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when loading the van

correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 Be able to load the

van correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to ensuring the van is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

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Learning Outcome –

The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Ensure that the van and load are compatible

2.4 Ensure that the van is ready to receive the load

2.5 Ensure the loading area is suitable and safe

2.6 Manoeuvre the van into a suitable position for loading

2.7 Load the van in the appropriate manner, using the correct

handling methods, for the type of load and delivery

sequence

2.8 Secure the load with the correct restraints

2.9 Secure any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment so that they cannot shift or come loose during

transportation

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Unit H/602/2862

Ensure the van is unloaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to ensure that

the van is unloaded

correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the van is unloaded

correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the van should be prepared for unloading and

delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the van for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that

the van is unloaded correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 Be able to ensure that the

van is unloaded correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the van is unloaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

2.4 Ensure the unloading is properly planned

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.5 Ensure that the part of the load to be unloaded is

correctly identified

2.6 Ensure the correct proof of delivery procedures are

completed

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Unit M/602/2864

Unload the van correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 Know how to unload

the van correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to ensuring the van is unloaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the van should be prepared for unloading and

delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the van for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when unloading the van

correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 Be able to unload

the van correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in relation

to ensuring the van is unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Manoeuvre the van into a safe and suitable position for

unloading

2.5 Prepare the van correctly for unloading

2.6 Demonstrate how to properly plan for unloading the van

2.7 Correctly identify the part of the load to be unloaded

2.8 Use the correct handling method to move the load

2.9 Follow the correct proof of delivery procedures

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Unit T/602/2722

Prepare the articulated or draw bar vehicle for driving

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to prepare the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle for driving

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to preparing the articulated or

draw bar vehicle for driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain how to check that the articulated or draw bar

vehicle has sufficient fuel, additives and water

1.3 Explain the operation of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle instruments and controls to include:

  • How to check the vehicle systems
  • How to check instruments, controls, gauges and

vehicle systems

  • Indications of electrical or mechanical problems

1.4 Explain the responsibilities of the driver for the

articulated or draw bar vehicle and the load

1.5 Explain the organisational procedures for reporting

defects including information on previously reported

problems with the articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.6 Explain how to obtain information on previously

reported problems with the articulated or draw bar

vehicle

1.7 Explain which person(s) is officially responsible for

releasing the articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.8 Identify problems that can occur when preparing the

articulated or draw bar vehicle for driving

1.9 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to prepare the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle for driving

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to preparing the articulated or draw bar

vehicle for driving, that relate to:

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Check the vehicle and vehicle systems to ensure the

articulated or draw bar vehicle is legal and roadworthy

2.3 Carry out adjustments to the:

  • steering wheel
  • mirrors
  • seat

for optimum control, observation and comfort

2.4 Check the articulated or draw bar vehicle has

sufficient:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

2.5 Check that any ancillary equipment is in working order

2.6 Demonstrate that all documentation your

organisation requires is with the articulated or draw

bar vehicle

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Unit J/602/2739

Protect the articulated or draw bar vehicle and the load

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to protect the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle and the load

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to protecting the articulated

or draw bar vehicle and load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • changes in condition of the load
  • theft or damage

1.2 Describe how to identify damage or deterioration in

the condition of the load

1.3 Explain different methods for protecting the

articulated or draw bar vehicle’s load

1.4 Describe the risks associated with protecting the

articulated or draw bar vehicle and load at different

locations

1.5 Explain the security checks that are required to

protect the articulated or draw bar vehicle and the

load

1.6 Identify problems that can occur when protecting

the articulated or draw bar vehicle and its load

1.7 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to protect the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle and the load

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to protecting the articulated or draw bar

vehicle and load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • theft
  • damage

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • reporting procedures

2.2 Carry out security checks

2.3 Demonstrate how to report any change in the

condition of the load according to organisational

procedures

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Unit F/602/2741

Operate and monitor the articulated or draw bar vehicle systems

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to operate and

monitor the articulated or

draw bar vehicle systems

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • articulated or draw bar vehicle operating

systems

  • articulated or draw bar vehicle monitoring

systems

1.2 Describe the purposes and functions of the

articulated or draw bar vehicles instruments

1.3 Explain the articulated or draw bar vehicle

requirements for:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when operating

and monitoring the articulated or draw bar vehicle

systems

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to operate and

monitor the articulated or

draw bar vehicle systems

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • articulated or draw bar vehicle operating

systems

  • articulated or draw bar vehicle monitoring

systems

2.2 Operate the articulated or draw bar vehicle

controls to maintain the safety, security of

yourself, the articulated or draw bar vehicle and

others

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Operate fuel delivery systems correctly and safely

2.4 Demonstrate how to minimise wear and tear on

the articulated or draw bar vehicle systems

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Unit J/602/2742

Manoeuvre the articulated or draw bar vehicle in restricted spaces

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to manoeuvre the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

in restricted spaces

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to manoeuvring the

articulated or draw bar vehicle, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 State the:

  • dimensions of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle

  • clearances required for the articulated or draw

bar vehicle during different activities

  • types of signals to be used when manoeuvring

the articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.3 Explain the observations required to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

1.4 Identity suitable spaces for safe manoeuvring

1.5 Identify the types of hazard that could occur

during manoeuvring

1.6 Explain the effects of inappropriate speed during

manoeuvring

1.7 Identify problems that can occur when

manoeuvring the articulated or draw bar vehicle

in restricted spaces

1.8 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to manoeuvre the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

in restricted spaces

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to manoeuvring the articulated or draw

bar vehicle, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.2 Manoeuvre the articulated or draw bar vehicle in

restricted spaces and include:

  • the appropriate use of signals
  • using the appropriate speed for the manoeuvre
  • monitoring the actions of other road users
  • ensuring there is no damage to the articulated

or draw bar vehicle or surrounding environment

  • ensuring the articulated or draw bar vehicle is in

a suitable position for the required activities

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Unit L/602/2760

Drive the articulated or draw bar vehicle on public roads in a safe

and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to drive the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

on public roads in a safe and

fuel efficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to driving the articulated and draw

bar vehicle and load, in a fuel-efficient manner,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes

in driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the articulated or draw bar vehicle on

the road to ensure the safety of yourself and

other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle to optimize fuel consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle to adjust braking under different road

conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved
  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have

on the load and roadworthiness of the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving

the articulated or draw bar vehicle, on public

roads, in a safe and fuel efficient manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order

to deal with identified problems

2 be able to drive the articulated

or draw bar vehicle on public

roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the articulated or draw bar

vehicle and load, in a fuel-efficient manner, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the articulated or draw bar vehicle and

apply lane discipline to maintain the safety of

yourself, other road users according to the

prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the articulated or

draw bar vehicle safely and in a fuel-efficient

manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the

driving conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and

tear

  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the articulated or draw bar

vehicle and its load

  • overtake other vehicles at a suitable point

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit R/602/2761

Drive the articulated or draw bar vehicle on private roads in a safe

and fuel efficient manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to drive the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

on private roads in a fuelefficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to driving the articulated or draw bar

vehicle and load, in a fuel-efficient manner, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes

in driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the articulated or draw bar vehicle on

the road to ensure the safety of yourself and

other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle to optimize fuel consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the articulated or draw bar

vehicle to adjust braking under different road

conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur
  • the types of hazards involved
  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have

on the load and roadworthiness of the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving

the vehicle, on private roads, in a safe and fuel

efficient manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order

to deal with identified problems

2 be able to drive the articulated

or draw bar vehicle on private

roads in a safe and fuel

efficient manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the articulated and draw bar

vehicle and load, in a fuel-efficient manner, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the articulated or draw bar vehicle and

apply lane discipline to maintain the safety of

yourself, other road users according to the

prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the articulated or

draw bar vehicle safely and in a fuel-efficient

manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and

tear

  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the articulated or draw bar

vehicle and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Unit M/602/2766

Ensure the articulated or draw bar vehicle is loaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to load the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the articulated or

draw bar vehicle is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the articulated or draw bar vehicle for

the load

  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that

the articulated or draw bar vehicle is loaded correctly

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to ensure the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle is loaded correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the articulated or draw bar

vehicle is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Ensure that the articulated or draw bar vehicle and

load are compatible

2.4 Ensure that the articulated or draw bar vehicle has

been loaded in the appropriate manner for the type

of load and delivery sequence

2.5 Ensure that the load is secured and stabilized, for

transportation

2.6 Ensure that any loose materials, restraints, and

ancillary equipment are secured and stabilized for

transportation

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Unit F/602/2769

Load the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to load the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the articulated or

draw bar vehicle is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the articulated or draw bar vehicle for

the load

  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Explain how to prepare the articulated or draw bar

vehicle for loading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when loading the

articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to load the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the articulated or draw bar vehicle

is loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Ensure that the articulated or draw bar vehicle and

load are compatible

2.4 Ensure that the articulated or draw bar vehicle is ready

to receive the load

2.5 Ensure the loading area is suitable and safe

2.6 Manoeuvre the articulated or draw bar vehicle into a

suitable position for loading

2.7 Load the articulated or draw bar vehicle in the

appropriate manner, using the correct handling

methods, for the type of load and delivery sequence

2.8 Secure the load with the correct restraints

2.9 Secure any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment so that they cannot shift or come loose

during transportation

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Unit A/602/2771

Ensure the articulated or draw bar vehicle is unloaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to ensure that the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle is unloaded correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the articulated

or draw bar vehicle is unloaded correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the articulated or draw bar vehicle should be

prepared for unloading and delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the articulated or draw bar

vehicle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring

that the articulated or draw bar vehicle is unloaded

correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to ensure that the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle is unloaded correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the articulated or draw bar

vehicle is unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the

load

2.4 Ensure the unloading is properly planned

2.5 Ensure that the part of the load to be unloaded is

correctly identified

2.6 Ensure the correct proof of delivery procedures are

completed

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Unit J/602/2773

Unload the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to unload the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the articulated or

draw bar vehicle is unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the articulated or draw bar vehicle should be

prepared for unloading and delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the articulated or draw bar

vehicle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when unloading the

articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to unload the

articulated or draw bar

vehicle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the articulated or draw bar vehicle

is unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Manoeuvre the articulated or draw bar vehicle into a

safe and suitable position for unloading

2.5 Prepare the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly

for unloading

2.6 Demonstrate how to properly plan for unloading the

articulated or draw bar vehicle

2.7 Correctly identify the part of the load to be unloaded

2.8 Use the correct handling method to move the load

2.9 Follow the correct proof of delivery procedures

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Unit H/602/2781

Couple and uncouple the articulated or draw bar vehicle

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to couple and

uncouple the articulated

or draw bar vehicle

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to coupling and uncoupling

the articulated or draw bar vehicle correctly, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain:

  • how to prepare the articulated or draw bar vehicle

for coupling and uncoupling

  • when different connections have to be made
  • how to connect and disconnect different

connections

  • how to align the unit to the trailer for coupling and

uncoupling

  • which required checks are needed
  • how to test the coupling
  • how to stow connections

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when coupling and

uncoupling the articulated or draw bar vehicle

1.4 Explain the appropriate action take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to couple and

uncouple the articulated

or draw bar vehicle

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to coupling and uncoupling the articulated or

draw bar vehicle correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • trailer braking systems

2.2 Prepare the articulated or draw bar vehicle for

coupling and uncoupling,

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Manoeuvre the unit in relation to the trailer for

coupling and uncoupling

2.4 Establish that the coupling is positioned and secured

and that all necessary connections have been made

2.5 Test that the unit and trailer systems work correctly

and that the articulated or draw bar vehicle is safe to

drive after coupling

2.6 Select a safe site for uncoupling trailers from their

units

2.7 Disconnect the connections between the unit and

trailer, when uncoupling

2.8 Stow all connections according to organisational

procedures and practices

2.9 Drive the articulated or draw bar vehicle from the

trailer to ensure the uncoupling has been achieved

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit M/602/4324

Attach and detach articulated or drawbar vehicle mounted bodies

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to attach and

detach the articulated or

drawbar vehicle mounted

body

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to attaching and detaching

the vehicle mounted body correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain:

  • how to prepare the vehicle for attaching and

detaching the vehicle mounted body

  • when different connections have to be made
  • how to connect and disconnect different

connections

  • how to position the vehicle for coupling and

uncoupling

  • which required checks are required
  • how to test the coupling has been completed

successfully

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when attaching

and detaching the body to the vehicle

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to attach and detach

the articulated or drawbar

vehicle mounted body

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures,

in relation to attaching and detaching the vehicle

mounted body correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Prepare the vehicle for attaching and detaching

2.3 Manoeuvre the vehicle in relation to the body for

attaching

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Establish that the body is positioned correctly and

secured and that all necessary connections have

been made

2.5 Test that the vehicle and body systems work

correctly and that the vehicle is safe to drive after

attachment of the body

2.6 Select a safe site for detaching the body from the

vehicle

2.7 Disconnect the connections between the vehicle

and the body when detaching

2.8 Stow all connections according to organisational

procedures and practices

2.9 Drive the vehicle from the body carefully to ensure

the detachment of the body has been achieved

ProQual, November 2017

Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit K/602/2832

Prepare the rigid vehicle for driving

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to prepare

the rigid vehicle for

driving

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to preparing the rigid vehicle for

driving, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain how to check that the rigid vehicle has sufficient

fuel, additives and water

1.3 Explain the operation of the rigid vehicle instruments and

controls to include:

  • How to check the vehicle systems
  • How to check instruments, controls, gauges and vehicle

systems

  • Indications of electrical or mechanical problems

1.4 Explain the responsibilities of the driver for the rigid

vehicle and the load

1.5 Explain the organisational procedures for reporting

defects including information on previously reported

problems with the rigid vehicle

1.6 Explain how to obtain information on previously reported

problems with the rigid vehicle

1.7 Explain which person(s) is officially responsible for

releasing the rigid vehicle

1.8 Identify problems that can occur when preparing the rigid

vehicle for driving

1.9 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 1 be able to prepare

the rigid vehicle for

driving

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to preparing the rigid vehicle for driving, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Check the vehicle and vehicle systems to ensure the rigid

vehicle is legal and roadworthy

2.3 Carry out adjustments to the:

  • steering wheel
  • mirrors
  • seat

for optimum control, observation and comfort

2.4 Check the rigid vehicle has sufficient:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

2.5 Check that any ancillary equipment is in working order

2.6 Demonstrate that all documentation your organisation

requires is with the rigid vehicle

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit M/602/2833

Protect the rigid vehicle and the load

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to protect

the rigid vehicle and the

load

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to protecting the rigid vehicle and

load, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • changes in condition of the load
  • theft or damage

1.2 Describe how to identify damage or deterioration in the

condition of the load

1.3 Explain different methods for protecting the rigid

vehicle’s load

1.4 Describe the risks associated with protecting the rigid

vehicle and load at different locations

1.5 Explain the security checks that are required to protect

the rigid vehicle and the load

1.6 Identify problems that can occur when protecting the

rigid vehicle and its load

1.7 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to protect the

rigid vehicle and the

load

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to protecting the rigid vehicle and load, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • different locations
  • theft
  • damage
  • reporting procedures

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.2 Carry out security checks

2.3 Demonstrate how to report any change in the condition

of the load according to organisational procedures

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Unit F/602/2836

Operate and monitor the rigid vehicle systems

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to operate and

monitor the rigid vehicle

systems

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • rigid vehicle operating systems
  • rigid vehicle monitoring systems

1.2 Describe the purposes and functions of the rigid

vehicles instruments

1.3 Explain the rigid vehicle requirements for:

  • fuel
  • additives
  • oil
  • water

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when operating

and monitoring the rigid vehicle systems

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to operate and

monitor the rigid vehicle

systems

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • rigid vehicle operating systems
  • rigid vehicle monitoring systems

2.2 Operate the rigid vehicle controls to maintain the

safety, security of yourself, the rigid vehicle and

others

2.3 Operate fuel delivery systems correctly and safely

2.4 Demonstrate how to minimise wear and tear on

the rigid vehicle systems

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Unit L/602/2838

Manoeuvre the rigid vehicle in restricted spaces

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to manoeuvre the

rigid vehicle in restricted

spaces

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to manoeuvring the rigid

vehicle, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 State the:

  • dimensions of the rigid vehicle
  • clearances required for the rigid vehicle during

different activities

  • types of signals to be used when manoeuvring the

rigid vehicle

1.3 Explain the observations required to ensure the

safety of yourself and other road users

1.4 Identity suitable spaces for safe manoeuvring

1.5 Identify the types of hazard that could occur during

manoeuvring

1.6 Explain the effects of inappropriate speed during

manoeuvring

1.7 Identify problems that can occur when

manoeuvring the rigid vehicle in restricted spaces

1.8 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to manoeuvre the

rigid vehicle in restricted

spaces

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to manoeuvring the rigid vehicle, that

relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Manoeuvre the rigid vehicle in restricted spaces

and include:

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • the appropriate use of signals
  • using the appropriate speed for the manoeuvre
  • monitoring the actions of other road users
  • ensuring there is no damage to the rigid vehicle

or surrounding environment

  • ensuring the rigid vehicle is in a suitable position

for the required activities

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Unit R/602/2839

Drive the rigid vehicle on public roads in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to drive the rigid

vehicle on public roads in a

safe and fuel efficient

manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the rigid vehicle and load, in a

fuel-efficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the rigid vehicle on the road to ensure

the safety of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the rigid vehicle to optimize

fuel consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the rigid vehicle to adjust

braking under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • the types of hazards involved
  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the rigid vehicle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

rigid vehicle, on public roads, in a safe and fuel

efficient manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to drive the rigid

vehicle on public roads in a

safe and fuel efficient

manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the rigid vehicle and load in a

fuel-efficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the rigid vehicle and apply lane discipline

to maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the rigid vehicle safely

and in a fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the rigid vehicle and its load

  • overtake other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit J/602/2840

Drive the rigid vehicle on private roads in a safe and fuel efficient

manner

Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to drive the rigid

vehicle on private roads in a

fuel-efficient manner

1.1 Explain organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the rigid vehicle and load, in a

fuel-efficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain the organisation’s policy when driving

conditions vary and result in changes to the

schedule

1.3 Describe how to adapt driving styles to changes in

driving conditions

1.4 Explain how to adapt driving manner to suit

changes in driving conditions

1.5 Explain how the actions of other road users can

affect driving manner

1.6 Explain how to:

  • position the rigid vehicle on the road to ensure

the safety of yourself and other road users

  • appropriately use signals
  • alter speed to meet different types of road

conditions and requirements

  • use the controls of the rigid vehicle to optimize

fuel consumption

  • assess and maintain safe separation distances
  • assess factors affecting safe stopping distances
  • use the controls of the rigid vehicle to adjust

braking under different road conditions

1.7 Identify types of hazard that could occur on the

road

1.8 When overtaking, identify:

  • when overtaking should and should not occur

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Learning Outcome – The learner

will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

  • the types of hazards involved
  • factors affecting the distance required to

overtake other vehicles

1.9 Describe the effects severe braking could have on

the load and roadworthiness of the rigid vehicle

1.10 Identify problems that can occur when driving the

vehicle, on private roads, in a safe and fuel

efficient manner

1.11 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to drive the rigid

vehicle on private roads in a

safe and fuel efficient

manner

2.1 Follow organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to driving the rigid vehicle and load, in a

fuel-efficient manner, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Position the rigid vehicle and apply lane discipline

to maintain the safety of yourself, other road users

according to the prevailing driving conditions

2.3 Demonstrate how to drive the rigid vehicle safely

and in a fuel-efficient manner to include:

  • giving clear signals in good time
  • driving at the appropriate speed for the driving

conditions

  • minimising fuel consumption and wear and tear
  • applying the braking systems, in a controlled

manner, appropriate to the driving conditions,

distance available, the rigid vehicle and its load

  • overtaking other vehicles at a suitable point
  • take preventative action to avoid harm to any

other road user

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit Y/602/2843

Ensure the rigid vehicle is loaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to load the

rigid vehicle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is

loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the rigid vehicle for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that the

rigid vehicle is loaded correctly

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to ensure the

rigid vehicle is loaded

correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is loaded correctly,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Ensure that the rigid vehicle and load are compatible

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Ensure that the rigid vehicle has been loaded in the

appropriate manner for the type of load and delivery

sequence

2.5 Ensure that the load is secured and stabilized, for

transportation

2.6 Ensure that any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment are secured and stabilized for transportation

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit H/602/2845

Load the rigid vehicle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to load the

rigid vehicle correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is

loaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • suitability of the rigid vehicle for the load
  • load restrictions
  • loading and delivery sequences
  • how to distribute the load
  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • correct securing of the load
  • use of correct restraints
  • why, how and where to check axle weights

1.3 Explain how to prepare the rigid vehicle for loading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when loading the rigid

vehicle correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal with

identified problems

2 be able to load the

rigid vehicle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is loaded correctly,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.3 Ensure that the rigid vehicle and load are compatible

2.4 Ensure that the rigid vehicle is ready to receive the load

2.5 Ensure the loading area is suitable and safe

2.6 Manoeuvre the rigid vehicle into a suitable position for

loading

2.7 Load the rigid vehicle in the appropriate manner, using the

correct handling methods, for the type of load and delivery

sequence

2.8 Secure the load with the correct restraints

2.9 Secure any loose materials, restraints, and ancillary

equipment so that they cannot shift or come loose during

transportation

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit T/602/2848

Ensure the rigid vehicle is unloaded correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to ensure that

the rigid vehicle is

unloaded correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is

unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the rigid vehicle should be prepared for

unloading and delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the rigid vehicle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when ensuring that

the rigid vehicle is unloaded correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to

deal with identified problems

2 be able to ensure that the

rigid vehicle is unloaded

correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is unloaded

correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

2.4 Ensure the unloading is properly planned

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.5 Ensure that the part of the load to be unloaded is

correctly identified

2.6 Ensure the correct proof of delivery procedures are

completed

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit T/602/2851

Unload the rigid vehicle correctly

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to unload

the rigid vehicle

correctly

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is

unloaded correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective clothing
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements
  • handling methods

1.2 Explain the required information to include:

  • the person responsible for receiving the load
  • how the rigid vehicle should be prepared for unloading

and delivery

  • when and how to re-distribute the load
  • the appropriate equipment for moving the load
  • proof of delivery procedures or systems

1.3 Explain how to prepare the rigid vehicle for unloading

1.4 Identify problems that can occur when unloading the rigid

vehicle correctly

1.5 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to unload the

rigid vehicle correctly

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to ensuring the rigid vehicle is unloaded correctly,

that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements
  • monitoring requirements

2.2 Communicate effectively with others

2.3 Identify the person responsible for receiving the load

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Manoeuvre the rigid vehicle into a safe and suitable

position for unloading

2.5 Prepare the rigid vehicle correctly for unloading

2.6 Demonstrate how to properly plan for unloading the rigid

vehicle

2.7 Correctly identify the part of the load to be unloaded

2.8 Use the correct handling method to move the load

2.9 Follow the correct proof of delivery procedures

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Level 2 Certificate in Driving Goods Vehicles

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Unit K/602/4323

Attach and detach rigid vehicle mounted bodies

Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

1 know how to attach and

detach the rigid vehicle

mounted body

1.1 Explain the relevant organisational policies and

procedures, in relation to attaching and detaching the

vehicle mounted body correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

1.2 Explain:

  • how to prepare the vehicle for attaching and

detaching the vehicle mounted body

  • when different connections have to be made
  • how to connect and disconnect different connections
  • how to position the vehicle for coupling and

uncoupling

  • which required checks are required
  • how to test the coupling has been completed

successfully

1.3 Identify problems that can occur when attaching and

detaching the body to the vehicle

1.4 Explain the appropriate action to take, in order to deal

with identified problems

2 be able to attach and

detach the rigid vehicle

mounted body

2.1 Follow all organisational policies and procedures, in

relation to attaching and detaching the vehicle

mounted body correctly, that relate to:

  • health, safety and security
  • personal protective equipment
  • legal requirements
  • operating requirements

2.2 Prepare the vehicle for attaching and detaching

2.3 Manoeuvre the vehicle in relation to the body for

attaching

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Learning Outcome – The

learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:

2.4 Establish that the body is positioned correctly and

secured and that all necessary connections have been

made

2.5 Test that the vehicle and body systems work correctly

and that the vehicle is safe to drive after attachment of

the body

2.6 Select a safe site for detaching the body from the

vehicle

2.7 Disconnect the connections between the vehicle and

the body when detaching

2.8 Stow all connections according to organisational

procedures and practices

2.9 Drive the vehicle from the body carefully to ensure the

detachment of the body has been achieved

 

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