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 Timeframe for sitting exam after Training
Candidates who have attended an approved course must sit the associated examination within 12 months of their course. A candidate attending a refresher course must sit and pass the associated examinations before the expiry date on their current certificate - otherwise, after that date a candidate for examination must have attended a full initial basic (three-day) and/or tanker (two-day) course before being allowed to sit the examination again. A candidate may attempt an exam twice only (i.e. one repeat), after which they must attend the relevant course again before being eligible to take a further exam.
renewal of driver Training certi cates
A Driver Training Certificate may be renewed at any time in the final year of the certificate for an additional five-year extension of validity.
It is recommended that candidates attend the refresher course and examination as early as possible in the 12 months prior to the expiry of their current certificate so as to allow adequate time for repeat examinations and courses if necessary. Telephone queries to the Exam Administration Unit (EAU) can be made from anywhere in the Republic of Ireland for the price of a local call to:
Lo-call number 1890 25 25 99, or Tel: 01 676 3188.
approved adr driver Training courses
The bodies listed on page 37 have been approved by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport Ireland to run courses leading to a driver training certificate for the transport of dangerous goods by road for all classes of dangerous goods except Class 1 and Class 7. Candidates seeking an ADR Driver Training Course should first contact any of the approved training providers to obtain details of the basic and tanker specialisation courses available. Approved courses are limited to a maximum of 16 candidates. Note that candidates for an ADR driver training certificate must attend an approved course in the Republic of Irelandin order to be allowed sit the associated examinations.
Detailed instructions on how to become an approved training provider are contained in the document. “Guidance for Providers of ADR Driver Training Courses” available from the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport Ireland. Intending training providers should also consult SI.349 2011 which includes details of the fees payable by training providers and examination candidates.
  Address Provider
  Contact Person
   Contact Details
   Hazchem Training Ltd.
unit g10 maynooth business campus, maynooth,
co. kildare
  mr. seamus cleere
 ph: (01) 629 1800
Fax: (01) 629 1822
email: website:
 Swilly Group (NorthWest Training Centre)
  business park road, letterkenny, co. donegal
  mr. brian sweeney
   Tel: (074) 916 8634 email: website:
   Robin Mulligan Ltd.
monktown, navan, co. meath
  mr. robin mulligan or manus mulligan
 Tel. (041) 9821112
Fax: (041) 9821113
email: website:
 Frank Daly & Associates
 32 main street, longford
 mr. Frank daly
  phone: (087) 2306972 Fax: (01) 6335304
email: daly website: www.daly .com
 Chemical Transport Training
  24 grange park rd. raheny, dublin 5
  mr. john lennon
   Tel: (01) 848 0360
Fax: (01) 848 0360
 155 deel manor, askeaton, co. limerick
   randall Hughes
  phone: (087) 3225605 email: website:
Top Floor, cusack House, castle street, mullingar,co. westmeath
  Yvonne kinnarney
 phone: (086) 795 8001 044 93 45740
044 93 10207
email: website:
 CPC Training Ltd.
  24 cloondara, oakpark, Tralee, co. kerry
  brid murphy
   ph: 1890 384738
066 7186526
086 2458379
email: website:
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