Berger Academy

Training and professional development

Better qualified. Better service.

We are on the cutting edge of technology. Always. Our quality standards are subject to continuous improvement, and we eagerly foster our employees’ skills and talents. Because we know:

together, we will triumph. This is why our customers can sense the joy that our work brings us at every stage of our collaboration.

  • Qualified professional development for your team

    At the Berger Academy, our excellently trained staff enjoys passing our decades of practical experience on to others.

    We have been an approved and recognised training facility for the legally prescribed basic and further training courses in the transport industry since 2014. We also have training authorisation for the transportation of dangerous nuclear materials.

C95 – Qualification and further training

Professional drivers who obtained permission to drive classes C1 and C after 9 September 2009 must provide proof of initial qualification. This is done by successfully passing a theory examination before an examination Board (written and oral) as well as a practical driving test (90-minute test drive).

The code C95 will then be recorded on the driving licence. This must be entered by the driving licence authority responsible for the licence holder’s main residence.

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Professional development for hazardous goods officers

Hazardous goods officers in charge of the transportation of dangerous goods by road (ADR) are required to take a professional-development course (and pass an examination by the transport ministry) to extend their qualification after five years.
By attending such a course and passing the examination, they acquire the knowledge required to extend their qualification for another five years as per Section 11 of the Carriage of Hazardous Goods Act (GGBG).

Carriage of Hazardous Goods – training courses in compliance with Section 11 GGBG including an examination and certificate of the The Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)

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