CPC in Road Transport Operations Management +
CPC in Road Passenger Transport Operations Management

The Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Road Transport Operations Management (road haulage) is designed to meet the requirements of Regulation (EC) No. 1071/2009.

CILT is the examining body for the CPC in Road Transport Operations Management on behalf of the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport.

Achievement of the CPC in road haulage (Road Transport Operations Management) demonstrates that the holder of the qualification is qualified to perform effective and continuous management of undertakings engaged in road transport operations within any EU member state.

This CPC is for managers particularly those who wish to become transport managers or who want to set up their own transport business.

Shanahan Rota Solutions run TRANSPORT MANAGER CPC Courses in preparation for the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport exams which are held bi- annually. These courses run over a number of weekends to facilitate work and family commitments.

Examination Format – Open Book

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has of June 2019 changed 
the Transport Manager Certificate of Professional Competency examination to an

This change was made after consultation with the Department of Transport Tourism and Sport.
 CPC examination candidates will now be allowed to bring in a copy of the Current Edition of the TM CPC Course Manual

Candidates may insert tabs into their manuals, no other written material may be brought into the examination. Candidates will also be required to bring a calculator with them into the examination

Examination Marking Scheme: 

Two papers each of 2 hours 30 minutes duration.

Both papers – Pass mark is 60% (240 marks)

  • Multiple choice questions   – mix of 5/10 mark     = 30 – 90 marks
  • Up to 11 short questions     – x 20 mark                  = 160 – 220 marks
  • 1 essay type question          – x 50 mark                  = 50 marks
  • 1 case study questions        – x 150 mark               = 150 marks

Total  = 400 marks

Dates for 2024:

6th June 2024 & 4th December 2024