CPC – HGV / LGV  DRIVERS



Initial CPC Module 2 and Module 4 were introduced on 10th September 2009 for all new drivers who wish to drive commercially.Drivers exempt from Module 2 and Module 4 are as follows, however all Drivers must complete Driver Periodic Training if they wish to use it for hire and reward (see below)


• If you passed your lorry test prior to 10th September 2009.

• If you passed your car test before January 1997 you automatically gained C1

which gives you 'grandfather rights'


 

If you do not fall into any of the categories above then you must complete Modules 2

and 4 to drive commercially. You may follow the order to sit the tests below, however -

 

• You can sit Module 2 and Module 4 after you have passed Module 1a, 1b and 3.

• You must pass Module 2 before you can sit Module 4.



Training for Module 4 is: 4 hrs training & use of vehicle for test = £95.00. Only on

completion of Module 4 will you receive your Driver Qualification Card which lasts for 5 years.




CPC - PCV DRIVERS

 


Initial CPC Module 2 and Module 4 were introduced on 10th September 2008 for all new drivers who wish to drive commercially.

 


• You can sit Module 2 and Module 4 after you have passed Module 1a, 1b and 3.

• You must pass Module 2 before you can sit Module 4.


Training for Module 4 is: 4hrs training & use of vehicle for test = £95.00


Only on completion of Module 4 will you receive your Driver Qualification Card which lasts for 5 years.


DRIVER PERIODIC TRAINING

 



• This is a legal requirement for all Bus drivers who drive commercially. Any driver who held their licence (D, D1, DE, D1E) prior to 10th September 2008 must complete 35 hours i.e. 5 days Driver CPC by 10th September 2013. Only on completion of 35 hours will you receive your Driver Qualification Card which lasts for 5 years. We advise that you then complete 1 days Driver CPC per year for the rest of your Driving career to ensure your Driving Qualification Card is updated.


•  All new drivers who receive a Driver Qualification Card after passing Module 4 are best to keep themselves updated by completing one days training ( 7 hours) per year so that by the time the Driver Qualification Card expires you will automatically have completed and submitted 35 hours.


The Driver CPC Course is classroom based and is usually held on a Saturday (contact us for availability/dates). On completion of your licence details being uploaded on to the DSA website you will receive an attendance certificate.

 


•  Cost £65

• Includes DSA data upload fee of £8.75

• Maximum 20 candidates

DRIVER PERIODIC TRAINING


 


• This is a legal requirement for all Lorry drivers who drive commercially. Any driver who fell into the exemption above must complete 35 hours i.e. 5 days Driver CPC by 10th September 2014. Only on completion of 35 hours will you receive your Driver Qualification Card which lasts for 5 years. We advise that you then complete 1 days Driver CPC per year for the rest of your Driving career to ensure your Driving Qualification Card is updated.

 

•  All new drivers who receive a Driver Qualification Card after passing Module 4 are best to keep themselves updated by completing one days training ( 7 hours) per year so that by the time the Driver Qualification Card expires you will automatically have completed and submitted 35 hours.

 

The Driver CPC Course is classroom based and is usually held on a Saturday (contact us for availability/dates). On completion of your licence details being uploaded on to the DSA website you will receive an attendance certificate.


 

• Cost £65

• Includes DSA data upload fee of £8.75

• Maximum 20 candidates


Module 1a               


Module 1b


Module 2 (CPC)


Module 3

 

Module 4 (CPC)      

£28


£12


£24


£66


£55

Theory Test


Hazard Perception Test


Case Study Test


Practical Test


Skills Test     

WHAT’S IN THE

TRAINING?

Module 1a               


Module 1b


Module 2 (CPC)


Module 3

           

Module 4 (CPC)      

£28


£12


£24


£66


£55

Theory Test


Hazard Perception Test


Case Study Test


Practical Test


Skills Test     

WHAT’S IN THE

TRAINING?