Professional Driving Recruitment Services Ltd was established in 2006 and is located in NG7 Nottingham. We have a team of dedicated and experienced individuals all with a background from the UK's transport industry.
Our excellent structure in terms of pricing, compliance and knowledge has enabled companies of varying sizes from single fleet operators through to national organisations to use our services.
PDRS are accredited Members of the Freight Transport Association, Recruitment and Employment Confederation and Federation of Small Businesses and additionally have transport CPC qualified and HGV licensed office staff.
FTA - Freight Transport Association
Freight Transport Association (FTA) is one of the UK's largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air. Boasting a rich heritage, the FTA has been supporting the interests of the transport industry since 1889.
REC - Recruitment and Employment Confederation
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) is the professional body dedicated to representing the interests of the UK's recruitment industry in Parliament, Whitehall, the European Commission and to press and opinion formers. The REC are committed to raising standards and highlighting excellence throughout the recruitment industry and all REC Members must abide by the REC Code of Professional Practice.
Getting-A-Medical performs Group 2 medicals for HGV, LGV, PCV, minibus and trailer drivers as well as taxi driver medicals and Motor Sports Association (MSA) medicals. The discounts for a HGV medical, LGV medical, PCV medical, minibus medical, trailer medical, taxi medical or MSA medical enables drivers to renew their current license and save money.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport.
Access the most up to date record held by the DVLA. Checks are done using our online services and connections delivered by an approved dedicated secure line via the government gateway.
Department for Transport
Ensuring the road network functions efficiently and safely is essential. Roads allow goods to be transported around the country and ensure people can get to work, school and leisure activities. Roads are essential to the economic prosperity of the country and to the everyday lives of the millions of people who use them.
If you are a professional bus, coach or lorry driver you must have a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (Driver CPC). Find out how to get your Driver CPC if you are new to driving professionally and what rules apply if you are an existing driver.
The Driver CPC Consortium
The Driver CPC Consortium provides a national modular training platform to regionally based training centres.
Driver CPC - Joint Approvals Unit For Periodic Training
The Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT) was established in February 2007 to manage, on behalf of the Competent Authorities in the UK, the approval and quality assurance of centres and courses delivering Periodic Training in line with the requirements set out in the European Union (EU) Directive on Initial and Periodic Training.