Module 1a & b theory test and driver assessment – training is provided online with practice tests which allow you to check progress and gauge when you will be ready for the theory and Hazard Perception tests. We will also conduct a driver assessment as part of this process which will help you choose the best option for the remainder of your training.
Module 2 DCPC theory test – training is provided using the same online system and the test is conducted at a DVSA test centre.
Two options for the next steps.
Urban Driver 22 (Category C only training)
This training is conducted over six days and includes training for the Module 4 DCPC practical test which will gain your first DQC. This course is ideal for those wishing to gain a vocational entitlement in rigid vehicles only, the course includes all practical training and testing for Module 3a (off road), Module 3b (on road) and Module 4 DCPC.
Distribution Driver 22 (Category CE training)
This training is conducted over 8 days and also includes training for the Module 4 DCPC practical test which will gain your Driver CPC. This course includes an element of on road driving in a category C vehicle before transferring to the CE articulated vehicle. All tests are completed at CE including Module 3a off road and 3b on road elements, the course is ideally suited to those wishing to progress quickly into heavy articulated distribution driving.