Obtaining an HGV or PCV driving licence can be an expensive business.

 

And when you factor in the number of driver training ‘brokers’ out there ready and waiting to charge you, in some cases, twice as much as the actual cost – it’s worth doing your research!

 

We don’t want prospective drivers being put off by high prices and unrealistic promises pushed by brokers, so we’re offering a FREE service giving you contact details for trusted, independent training organisations so you can book direct with them and save potentially £100s!

 

 

What should it cost?

There are plenty of options out there, but if you’re quoted more than the figures below for any element of your training, you should be shopping around. To be clear, the below prices don’t include VAT – some elements, such as the test fees, are not subject to VAT.

 

What you need: What it should cost: Useful Information & Links
Driver Medical

 

£50-60

 

Cotswold Medicals Group, D4 Medicals

 

Theory Test £26 – 1a Multiple Choice

 

£11 – 1b Hazard Perception

 

Government Website

 

Driver CPC £23 – Module 2 Case Studies

 

£150-250 – Module 4 Practical Demonstration

 

£300 – 35 Hours Periodic Training

 

Government Website (Module 2)

 

Module 4 cost will vary depending on your location and what the provider offers as part of the price.

 

Click here to find out if you’re eligible for periodic training.

Car & Trailer (B+E) Practical Training
£450-650

 

The price of your practical training will depend on your location and what the provider includes as part of their package.

 

For example, you might wish to include ‘pass insurance’ or similar, which will increase the cost of your training.

HGV Class 2 (C) Practical Training

 

£850-1,300 per category
HGV Class 1 (C+E) Practical Training
PCV (D) Practical Training

 

First Aid

COVID-19: Training courses have now resumed but spaces are limited for the protection of our staff and customers.   First Aid training, for most organisations, will be a mandatory requirement. The level of training required, and the number of people that should be trained, is affected by a number of factors, such as the number… Read more »

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ADR Hazardous Goods Training

Quality assurance is at the forefront of our training. Our pass rate is 97.9% for ADR and we receive regular Grade 1 reports (the highest possible grade) from issuing authority SQA.

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Forklift Training

Forklift courses last between one and five days, depending on the operator’s previous experience and involve some classroom-based theory, followed by practical training and test.

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HIAB Training

Our HIAB training is accredited by the Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register (ITSSAR), part of the Accrediting Bodies Association and recognised nationally.

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MEWP Training

MEWP is the acronym for Mobile Elevated Working Platform. Our MEWP training is accredited by the Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register (ITSSAR), part of the Accrediting Bodies Association and recognised nationally.

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Driver Assessments & Other Training

COVID-19: Training courses have now resumed but spaces are limited for the protection of our staff and customers.   Our driver assessors are RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Advanced Driving & Driver Assessor trained. This enables us to conduct driver assessments across a number of areas including awareness, safety and driving style.… Read more »

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