LGV / HGV Training
We offer LGV / HGV training for categories C1 & C (formerly class 2). No matter what level you’re at, we’re here to help with your transport training services:
LGV / HGV Training, Driver CPC, B+E Towing Training, External Transport Manager Services, and much more…
Focus Driver Training Ltd offers a whole range of driver training services for the transport industry. We can tailor make your course to suit your needs.
Do you need to obtain your B+E licence to allow you to tow your caravan or mobile catering unit, or horsebox? Would you like to train for your HGV/LGV licence, or retake your category C (class 2 LGV) large goods vehicle test?
Do you need to obtain your first Driver Qualification Card by completing your Driver CPC Training? We can help!
Focus Driver Training can provide you with all the transport training services you need to become a professional LGV / HGV driver, and get you on the road to your new career in the transport industry. You don’t need any previous qualifications to start your LGV training, all you need is a UK driving licence and a desire for the open road. We can take care of everything for you from arranging your medical test right the way through to presenting you for your LGV test, and your Initial CPC module 4 test. Or if you already have a Driver Qualification Card and need to top up your Driver CPC training hours, we have over 35 hours of JAUPT accredited courses for you to choose from!
- Our course materials complement your practical training, and we have a range of resources to assist, including online training
- Our experienced and first class Instructors provide expert advice, and can tailor your training to suit your experience and ability
- We’ve helped hundreds of newly qualified drivers to obtain their LGV licence, and complete their Driver CPC training
- We can also give you advice or training in regard to Drivers Hours regulations, CPC training and Operator Licencing
Call today: 0800 612 9093 or 07845 645166
Transport Training Services
HGV / LGV Training – Periodic Driver CPC – Initial CPC Modules 2 & 4 – B+E
5 Steps to Your New Career!
The second step when you have received your D2/D4 forms by post is to attend your medical test, which we will arrange for you at your earliest convenience. For this you will need to take form D4 to the medical practitioner who will carry out your medical test, and who will also complete form D4 for you. When you have completed your medical test you will then need to send your completed D2 and D4 forms by post to the DVLA, to apply for your provisional LGV entitlement to be added to your driving licence.
This stage of the process usually takes approximately 3 weeks for your licence to be returned with your LGV provisional entitlement added.
We are here to help if you need any help in completing your D2 application!
Step three is for us to assign you your log in credentials to our online theory test preparation software, which will allow you to start practicing for your LGV theory test!
You do not need to wait until you have completed your medical test and applied for your LGV provisional entitlement, in order to start revising for your LGV theory test. We can assign you your log in credentials on the day that you book your course with us, allowing you to start revising immediately!
The LGV theory test consists of 2 parts: a multi-choice theory test, and a hazard perception test. If you will need to complete your initial driver CPC training and tests, then you will also need to pass module 2 of the initial CPC qualification at this stage.
Step four is to start your practical LGV training. This is the most exciting part of the process where you get behind the wheel of a heavy goods vehicle, and will give you a big insight in to the new career you have chosen!
Guided by our expert instructors with years of experience in the driver training industry, we will guide you through your training course enabling you to fully familiarize with driving an LGV in a range of different road and traffic conditions.
We will provide you with feedback and support throughout your training, as you aim to reach the test standard and pass your LGV test.
The final step is to complete your module 4 training and test in order to acquire your Driver Qualification Card, and start work in your chosen career!
It may be that you have an exemption from Driver CPC, and therefore as soon as you have passed your LGV test you will be able to seek employment or work immediately, using your newly acquired LGV skills.
Thanks again for your excellent tuition over the past week. Even though I have been towing for 10 years I learnt a huge amount of practical advice that not only allowed me to pass my B+E test, but will make me a safer and better tower in the future.
Keep up the good work
LGV Test – June 2016
Periodic Driver CPC Training – October 2016
Chris Owen B+E Towing Test – April 2015