LGV Truck Training Step By Step Guide
Driving Talent offer candidates a comprehensive LGV training package for both Class 2/ CAT C and Class 1/ CAT C+E training courses.
LGV Class 2/ HGV Category C Training
Class 2/ CAT C allows professional drivers to drive “rigid bodied vehicles” which are smaller trucks that do not have a separated cab. This means you will have an array of driving career-paths wide open to you, but you will not be allowed to legally drive these vehicles without the correct licensing.
LGV Class 1/ HGV Category C+E Training
This is the most obvious next step for many of our candidates, passing your Class 1/ CAT C+E allows you to give much larger vehicles such as articulated lorries or arctic trucks.
You must have already passed your Class 1/ CAT C practical test in order to take a Class 1/ CAT C+E test and unlike rigid bodied vehicles, these trucks feature a cab that is separated from the trailer.
The First Steps to Becoming a Professional Driver
Now that you have a basic understanding of which qualification you will need to acquire first, we thought we ought to explain what you need to do to pass your LGV Class 2/ CAT C test in 5 simple steps.
- Medical Examination (D4 Form Required)
- Apply for provisional Entitlement (D2 Form Required)
Step 2 (Module 1)
- Theory Test – Multiple Choice
- Hazard Perception Test
Step 3 (Module 2)
- Driver CPC Case Studies Test (If you passed your car test after 1st January 1997 you will have to complete your case studies test)
Step 4 (Module 3)
- Practical Driving Test
Step 5 (Module 4)
- Driver CPC Practical Demonstration – Show & Tell (If you passed your car test on or after 1st January 1997 then once you have competed your module 2 you then need to complete your module 4)
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