Clive holds qualifications as a Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS), Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA), First Aid Instructor and a full ADR licence. In addition he holds National and International Certificates of Professional Competence in Road Haulage and Passenger Transport Operations and the new Road Haulage Operations CPC in line with Regulation (EC) 1071 /2009.
He has also assisted a number of companies on short term contracts overseeing the transport operation while training the company's own personnel for the role.
He is a Fellow, Vice President and Past National Chairman of the Institute of Transport Administratio
Clive delivers ADR, CPC, First Aid and Health & Safety courses.
Having worked in the offices for some time, Amy concentrates on the Administration and organisation of the training courses.
As a part qualified accountant she specialises in managing the accounts and runs a payroll bureau for a number of small firms.
There are a number of part time administration staff who man the phones during training courses and carry out invigilation duties to ensure the impartiality for CPC examinations.
Ian Jenkins is an ADR trainer who runs the majority of courses that are offered in Reading and bespoke courses at client's premises around the UK.
David Williams is an ADR trainer and DGSA who runs the majority of courses that are offered in Plymouth and the south west.
Founded in 1989 as a tachograph analysis service to the transport industry, the business diversified in 1990 to incorporate CPC instruction courses for potential Transport Managers. This was extended in 1992 when the Company was approved by the Department for Transport to offer ADR training Courses.
In 1994 the Company joined what has now become 'The National Dangerous Goods Training Consortium' of training providers.
To accommodate increased volumes, the business moved to its current offices located in the centre of Trowbridge in Wiltshire. This provides the space for training courses and examinations – the Company is registered as an exam centre with SQA and OCR examination boards for ADR and CPC respectively.
The business expanded still further in 2001 by the acquisition of TFT Services (Training for Transport) in Plymouth and by working with ANT Training in the Reading area. Both of these centres are registered for all courses and exams.
Due to the complexities of recent EU legislation, the Company was split into three in August 2005 with RLR Services concentrating on the provision of Dangerous Goods Driver Training (ADR) and the Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC Road Haulage and Passenger Transport Operations).