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 »Reserve your place
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’ve partnered with trusted provider MT Training Services to offer you excellent value training across the South & South West of England!
What should it cost?
We believe it’s important to be transparent about costs. Below you can find out not just what the licence acquisition training will cost, but also the costs associated with everything else you’ll need as part of your training.
|What you need:||What it will cost:||Useful Information & Links
|Cotswold Medicals Group, D4 Medicals
You’ll only require a driver medical when applying for a provisional HGV or PCV licence, and then periodically once you’ve obtained it depending on your age. If you’re upgrading from a C to C+E licence, you won’t need an additional medical.
|Theory Test||£26 – 1a Multiple Choice
£11 – 1b Hazard Perception
|Driver CPC||£23 – Module 2 Case Studies
£205 – Module 4 Practical Demonstration
£360 – 35 Hours Periodic Training
|Government Website (Module 2)
|Car (B+E), 7.5Tonne (C1+E) or Minibus (D1+E) & Trailer Practical Training
|This price includes VAT on the training and the DVSA test fee (which is not subject to VAT).|
|7.5 Tonne (C1) or Minibus (D1) Practical Training||£715|
|HGV Class 2 (C) Practical Training||£1,135|
|HGV Class 1 (C+E) Practical Training
|PCV (D) Practical Training
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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 »Reserve your place