COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT TRAINING IN BUCKS, BEDS, AND HERTS
Complete Commercial Transport Courses
Whether you need a commercial transport license for a new career, or want your employees to brush up on their operation and safety of your company vehicles, we offer a complete range of courses that cover all special class licences, including trailers.
With HGV training courses, LGV training courses, and CPC training courses to choose from, Commercial Transport Training has you covered.
Our Courses at a Glance
- Towing a trailer (B+E license)
- Typically a 3-session course
- MGV – Medium goods vehicles (C1 license)
- For vehicles between 3.5 and 7.5 tonnes, including horseboxes, ambulances and delivery vehicles – course length varies depending on experience (average 4 sessions)
- LGV – Large Goods Vehicle (C and C+E license)
- For vehicles over 7.5 tonnes, including fire engines, rubbish collection vehicles and long-haul vehicles with detachable trailers – course length varies (average 5 to 6 sessions)
- PCV – Passenger Carrying Vehicles (D and D1 license)
- For minibuses and coaches – course duration varies
Forklift and Hiab Crane Courses
Whether you’re brand new to operating a forklift or you just need a refresher, we’ll create a course tailored to you and your skill level. Learn the safety procedures and operations of a Hiab crane or forklift and gain valuable skills for your career.
Hazardous Goods Courses and Periodic CPC Courses
Qualified instructors will train you on the fundamentals of hazardous goods transport for packages, tanks, and classes 2 to 9. We also offer added tanker training for existing license holders. For a complete list of courses and dates for CPC sessions, please do not hesitate to speak to our representatives.
Update from the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency
The changes affect:
- Staging requirements for lorry and bus licences
- The off-road manoeuvres part of vocational driving tests being done by third-parties
Subject to Parliamentary processes, both changes will be introduced on Monday 15 November 2021.
You can view the updated guidance on GOV.UK about how the changes work.