Contact us to discuss the right direction for your training needs with one of our DVSA qualified instructors. Visit our facility for an informal chat about what is involved in your chosen certificate, have a look around our high quality training vehicles and on site training facilities.
Dependent on your qualification we can help you to arrange LGV medicals.
Once you have your Medical certificate (D4) we can help you to fill in the vocational licence application form (D2) to apply for your LGV licence.
Our DVSA qualified instructor can help you to apply for the relevant LGV theory test consisting of hazard perception and multiple choice. Those who require an initial CPC, a MOD 2 theory test can be arranged if required.
Having passed the relevant theory tests you can then move onto LGV practical driver training, including MOD 4 CPC training if required.
If you passed your CAR test AFTER January 1997 and will are using your LGV license for work, you will need to take the LGV Driver CPC. This is a legal requirement due to legislative change.
Passed your CAR test BEFORE January 1997, and have a C1 or 7.5 ton entitlement on your license, you do NOT need to take the LGV Driver CPC Initial Qualification.
LGV Driver CPC Initial Qualification consists of two parts;
Module 2 and Module 4.
Module 2 is a case study test which is conducted at the Theory Test Centre. It lasts approximately 30 minutes, our DVSA approved instructors are at hand to help you through your revision and have a revision aids and experience to help you pass first time.
Module 4 is a practical demonstration test which lasts approximately 30 minutes. As part of this module you will need to demonstrate your ability to carry out vehicle checks. This is usually conducted after you have passed your theory test.
By 10th September 2014, any driver who obtained their LGV license before September 2009 who wants to drive for a living needs to complete Periodic Training.
Any driver who obtained their LGV license AFTER September 2009 has 5 years to complete 35 hours periodic training from the date of completion of the Driver CPC Initial Qualification.
● You need to complete 5 modules, each 7 hours long, across 5 days.
● That’s 35 hours
If you haven’t completed 35 hours’ Periodic Training and registered it with the DVSA by September 2014, you won’t be able to legally earn money from driving Heavy Goods Vehicles.
The Driver CPC Periodic Training Requirement provides the perfect opportunity to keep up to date with new techniques and equipment. With our highly experienced team and high quality vehicles WJ ensure that you will get the most out of the experience to help you on the road.
*Payments must be received in full a minimum 10 days prior to training.
* Cancellations made after 10 days prior to test date will result in non refundable test fees.