LGV Training

The Driver CPC training legislation was introduced on the 10th September 2009 and affected all LGV drivers, both new and existing and across 27 EC member states. Every driver will have to undertake 35 hours of ‘Periodic Training’ (broken down into 5 x 7 hour modules) within five years, to ensure that their Driver CPC is kept up to date.

Any driver who drives a vehicle over 3.5 Tonnes must hold a valid driver CPC card or they will not be permitted to drive within the EU.


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Looking to become an LGV/HGV Driver?

Learn to drive HGV/ LGV at Bartrums Training

Whether you are an individual looking to build a career or a firm wanting to improve your employee’s skills, you can trust BARTRUMS Training services to offer both friendly and professional HGV/LGV driver training. We offer a full range of courses for HGV/LGV at affordable prices – each course will be tailored to your individual needs and requirements.

What do you need to do?
Firstly you will need to apply for the correct provisional entitlements to be added to your current licence, therefore you will need to fill out a D2 form, which can be filled out by yourself and a D4 form, which must be completed by a doctor. we hold both D2 and D4 forms at our our training centre Eye, Suffolk.

Next….Once the forms are completed, post both forms along with your current driving licence to the DVLA. Your licence should then be returned in approximately 1-3 weeks with the provisional entitlements added.

Then….When you received your licence back you can then book your multiple choice theory test and hazard perception by calling Monday to Friday 0300 200 1122 between 8am – 4pm or any time online:http://www.gov.uk/book-theory-test

Finally…. Contact BARTRUMS Training to arrange a time to come in and meet the team. Our friendly team will ensure your training and test requirements are tailored to your individual needs.

In order to then earn money as a professional HGV/LGV driver you must obtain a Driver Qualification Card (DQC) Driver CPC (Certifcate of Professional Competence) is taken in 2 parts (Module 2) Case Study Theory Test (Module 4) Practical Demonstration Test Your DQC will be valid for 5 years and during that time to renew the card you need to complete 35 hours periodic training.


C+E Training…
If you already hold a CAT C licence and want to advance to C+E ( Artic ) then BARTRUMS Training’s offer very competitive rates for tailored courses throughout the year.

call us on 01379 871 827 or email training@bartrums.com

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