LGV & Trailer

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TRAILER & LGV TRAINING COURSES

Looking to start a new career? Here at Apex Training Services in Peterborough, we can offer you trailer and LVG training courses to help you to attain your Category C License for driving rigid trucks. Our course is highly recommended by our past candidates, many of which passed their tests first time.
Category C1
Vehicles between 3500kg and 7500kg with a trailer up to 750kg.
 

Category C1+E
Vehicles between 3500kg and 7500kg with a trailer over 750kg - combined weight no more than 12000kg.
 
Category C
Vehicle over 3,500kg  and 32 tonne with a trailer up to 750kg. Formerly known as 'Class 2' or 'Rigid'

Category C+E
Vehicle over 3,500kg with a trailer over 750kg up to a combined weight of 44 tonnes. Formerly know as 'Artic' or 'Class 1'
The below course details the overall requirement to complete your licence. However, depending on your current driving qualifications and age of licence not all parts may be necessary. Contact us to discuss.

Course Details

1. Candidate must obtain form D4 from www.gov.uk and complete an LGV Medical with a GP.

2. Candidate should request form D2 from www.gov.uk and following the instructions, send this along with the completed D4 and their Driving Licence to the DVLA to gain the required provisional category entitlement.

3. Once licence returned, attend training day at Apex Centre in preparation for Theory Tests;
  • 1a - Multiple Choice
  • 1b - Hazard Perception
  • Mod2 - LGV CPC (if required)
4. Sit theory tests at your Local DVSA Centre

Contact Apex with your test results. Re-sits can be arranged if required.

5. Start your practical training & take your practical test
practical test taken part way through final session.

The Apex Centre is a registered LGV testing station with the DVSA.

6. Module 4 - Practical CPC Demonstration

Attend a one to one training session covering all aspects of the Module 4 'Show me, Tell me' test, including loading safely, security ofthe vehicle, preventing criminality, preventing risk and conducting safety checks.

Candidate will take the Module 4 test at DVSA centre.



The initial CPC Module 2 and Module 4 tests are very important for candidates who passed their driving test AFTER January 1997, as they will not legally be allowed to drive for hire or reward without them.

For candidates who passed their driving test BEFORE January 1997, the CPC module 2 & 4 is not necessary. They do however have to do 35 hours of Driver CPC classroom training. This is usually done with 5 x 7 hour classroom sessions at our centre.
If you would like additional information on our LGV training service, or you  would like to book yourself in, please get in touch with Apex Training Services in Peterborough today on:
01733 567 478
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