Training are companies which professional drivers deal with mandatory, are required to attend regular training by professional drivers qualifying law (BKrFQG). The regulation aims to improve road safety. Regular training in the commercial goods and passenger transport are mandatory in the future with the adoption of the professional drivers qualifying law (BKrFQG) at August 14, 2006. The objective of this is to unify the training of drivers in Europe. A failure to comply with the BKrFQG can bring sensitive punishment to businesses.
So, for example, a fine of up to 20,000 euros for companies may apply if they organize trips without a corresponding qualification of the driver or allow ( 9 BKrFQG). The professional drivers qualifying law stipulates all already trade professional drivers in the EU in addition to the driver’s license to prove specific activity-related skills and knowledge must. New entrants and new entrants already received the required qualifications through a basic qualification. Regarding the general qualification acquisition (initial qualification or training) as well as in terms of good power and transport exist different deadlines, which is to keep it on the part of the company. So must driver training classes C1, C1E, C or CE (haulage) since September 10, 2009 and driver in training to the categories D1, D1E, D or DE (passenger transport) since September 10, 2008 to purchase the so-called basic qualification. The trainees are generally three ways to obtain the initial qualification available: a degree to the / to the occupation force driver or successful pass of a theoretical and practical exam in the industry and Chamber of Commerce (ICC) or also about the accelerated initial qualification and participation in classes at an accredited training facility with final theoretical Examination at the Chamber of Commerce. Already working driver and thus holder of Class C1, C1E, C or CE to up to 10 September 2016 and holder of classes D1, D1E, D or DE until 10 September 2016, measures training conducted.