In the UK the training will be recorded on a Government database and a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) shall be issued once the driver is fully qualified; this DQC must be carried by the driver at all times when driving.
The DQC will be issued on successful completion of the initial test and when 35 hours of periodic training has been completed. Periodic training is recorded on a central database administered by DSA. The Driver Qualification Card will be issued automatically by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) free of charge to drivers who hold a photo-card driving licence on passing the initial examinations or the completion of 35 hours of periodic training.
CPC-Driver Training will automatically upload your training data to the Government web site for you following completion of each course; the cost of uploading this data to the Government web site will be included in all quotes so that there are no hidden charges to worry about.
Drivers and their employers will be able to check the number of hours of training a driver has completed by accessing the Government database which will be accessed through the website, www.transportoffice.gov.uk and will require the driver's driving licence number.