The course can be tailored to your requirements and includes the following:
D2 application and D4 medical form
Medical – booked for you locally
Theory test revision
Multiple Choice, Hazard Perception and Initial CPC theory tests booked
5 days category C driver training including DVSA test – Each day training is 3.5 hours long on a 1:1 ratio with your instructor.
Category C Added Pass Protection – Should you be unsuccessful on your first test you have two additional attempts with 1.5 hours training beforehand.
Module 4 CPC Practical exam
5 days C+E driver training including DVSA test – Each day training is 3.5 hours long on a 1:1 ratio with your instructor.
Category C+E Added Pass Protection – Should you be unsuccessful on your first test you have two additional attempts with 1.5 hours training beforehand.
Free HIAB or ADR course – If either category C or C+E test was successfully passed on the first attempt.
This course provides 10 days driver training. Each day of training is 3.5 hours long on a 1:1 ratio with your instructor. On the last day of each category driver training, you will take your practical driving test after receiving 1.5 hours of training beforehand.
Initial Driver CPC (Module 2 & 4)
The initial CPC is required if you wish to drive a vehicle for commercial purposes also known as hire & reward, meaning you are paid to drive.
If you are applying for a LGV (Lorry Licence) or a PCV (Bus Licence) after September 2009 you will be required to complete the initial CPC (module 2 & module 4) as part of the licence acquisition process.
There are two separate tests:
This is a theory test conducted at your local theory test centre. It is a “case study” theory and you will have 75 minutes to complete this test.
The initial CPC is a practical ‘show me – tell me’ test conducted at our training centres by our own DVSA approved MOD 4 examiners.
On the day of your test, you will receive 2.5 hours of training beforehand which will cover all elements of the practical test.
The test is 20 to 30 minutes long and covers questions in the following areas; daily walk-around checks, the ability to prevent physical risk, loading and the security of loads, keeping the vehicle secure, emergency procedures, loaded vehicle dynamics, border crossings, and security procedures.
This encompasses a wide range of situations typically encountered by drivers and is covered in full by our instructors. Both Passenger Vehicles and Goods Vehicles Initial CPC courses can be completed at 2 Start.
Our LGV 2 Ultimate Package can be completed at all our training centres which includes depots in Portsmouth, Southampton, Reading and Worthing.
Each one of our training depots has industry-leading training facilities such as dedicated reversing areas to help ensure you have the best experience possible and to give you the best chance at passing your LGV 2 driving test.
You will be taught by one of our highly experienced and professional LGV 2 instructors who are completely dedicated to ensuring you have all the skills, knowledge, and confidence that you need to be successful in passing your LGV 2 driving test.
Our vehicles are new LF DAFs and have automatic gearboxes and all the modern features you would expect to see on today’s trucks. This will give you the experience of the type of vehicles you would be expected to drive once you have passed your test.
Our training is taught on a 1:1 instructor-trainee ratio which helps ensure you get a high level of dedicated training.
Possible Test Questions
There are several potential questions that your examiner could ask you when completing your cat c test, click on the link below to see which questions you could be asked: