PJT Logistics training is a dedicated small team. The instructors have an extensive knowledge of LGV working practices that have come together to form a unique company offering a different approach to delivering Driver CPC. Both have been delivering Dcpc from the very beginning working for a number of Blue chip organisations. We decided to stay small and keep our overheads down then pass that directly on to you, the customer. Coming from an industry focused background we understand the needs of not only the company but also of you, the drivers without which there would be no industry.  We will try to offer courses to fit in with everyone’s needs, whether it’s on an evening or at the weekends if we can do it we will. (Evening courses are split in to two consecutive evenings that must be taken together and are 3.5 hours each).  If as a company you wish to book a course that is not on our calendar and can provide a minimum of 10 candidates we will add a course for you on any day you require. This can even be at your own premises if that suits you better. (terms and conditions apply)

PJT Logistic Training can also accommodate companies outside of our area on a day rate for up to 20 drivers, providing you have a suitable training facility and basic comfort and welfare facilities. Although we are based in Tibshelf,  we are more than willing to travel to accommodate your needs. Travel expenses will applied. 

Best crew ever

The Team

Small enough to care but big enough to deliver


Director | Tutor

Phil the director and head instructor has been delivering courses from the very start of the Dcpc going live in 2009. Building one of the first Dcpc centres in the East midlands and heading the department, he was in at the ground floor you could say and has been a favoured instructor for many companies ever since. Deciding to form his own company in 2017 and go it alone was one of the biggest decisions he has made. 




Clare the companies Administrator looks after the day today bookings and uploading information to JAUPT but only works on a part time basis. She also keeps Phil and Andy as busy as she can by booking extra courses in where they are required, so if you need a course booking that’s not on the calendar, speak to Clare. If there’s a space available she will book it for you. 




Andy was the main Dcpc instructor for one of the first collages to offer Dcpc in the East midlands and headed the department from the start. It was through this that Andy and Phil first met and they formed a training platform that was beneficial to both of them right away. Having retired from the collage a few years ago due to a major restructure Andy started ease himself in to the easy life and put his feet up. Then Phil rang him. “I have got an idea I would like to talk to you about” 




We are not sure what he does.. 

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