Transport training company Novadata slash training prices for the football World Cup

As the nation ramps up a gear for one of the biggest sporting tournaments in the world, Novadata Transport Training of Braintree in Essex is getting into the spirit with a unique announcement. During the duration of the World Cup from June 11 to July 11 anyone attending Novadata's Driver CPC: Tachograph & Drivers' Hours course will be charged very special reduced price.

And for a really impressive World Cup give away, if England wins the tournament Novadata will give each delegate a whopping £50.00 + VAT back! This means each delegate will have only paid a minimal £15.00 + VAT for the course!

The Driver Certificate in Professional Competence (Driver CPC) is one of the biggest changes in the transport industry since the LGV driving test was introduced in 1969. The EU Driver CPC Directive came into force on the 10 September 2008 for all bus and coach drivers and on 10 September 2009 for all truck drivers in the UK.

Novadata's Driver CPC: Tachograph & Drivers' Hours course will give professional drivers seven hours towards their mandatory requirement of 35 hours periodic training. In the case of drivers of passenger vehicles with more than 9 seats periodic training must be completed by September 2013 and by September 2014 for drivers of vehicles greater than 3.5 tons.

Managing Director, Derek Broomfield explains: "We are passionate supporters of the England team and bubbling with good will and high expectations at the moment. As a small gesture of support for England and fans like ourselves, we decided to offer our most popular Driver CPC course at this very special rate for the duration of the World Cup.

"Driver CPC is focussing the industry's thoughts on how to get the best from a legal necessity. Designed to encourage safer and more fuel-efficient driving, the new qualification will undoubtedly raise standards and improve the image of the industry through creating better skilled drivers. The 21st Century Professional Driver faces a vehicle packed with the very latest technology designed to be used by experts with a high level of proficiency. Today's drivers have to be highly skilled just like professional footballers.