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Are you Looking to Gain your CAT C1 Ambulance Licence?

Start your new career today by obtaining your CAT C1 Ambulance
driving licence with I Drive Driver Training.

Professional C1 (3.5 and 7.5 Tons) Training in Sussex and Surrey

Whether you want training to be a paramedic, drive a horsebox/ motorhome, we can help you to gain your licence. We have numerous training courses for the C1 (Can drive vehicles between 3,500 and 7,500kg) which can help you to pass your driving test.

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    Cat C1 Courses - Road Training Only

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      10 Hour Course

      Completed in 2 or 3 Days

      This course duration is designed for quick learners that have good knowledge of driving and reversing larger vans / lutons with a high standard of driving.

      £643.00 Book Now
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      10.5 Hour Course

      Completed in 3 or 4 Days

      This course duration is designed to provide addition on road training and reversing practice to support those who may have limited experience driving larger vehicles.

      £853.00 Book Now
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      14 Hour Course

      Completed in 3 or 4 Days

      This course is designed to provide addition on road training and reversing practice to support those who may have limited experience with large vehicles.

      £969.00 Book Now

    C1 Bundle Packs - Everything Incluided

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      BRONZE

      Completed in 2 or 3 Days

      The bundle is designed to make the who process from beginning to end as simple as possible, we will take care of everything for you.

      £768.00 Book Now
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      SILVER

      Completed in 3 or 4 Days

      The bundle is designed to make the who process from beginning to end as simple as possible, we will take care of everything for you.

      £978.00 Book Now
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      GOLD

      Completed in 5 or 6 Days

      The bundle is designed to make the who process from beginning to end as simple as possible, we will take care of everything for you.

      £1,094.00 Book Now

    How to get started:

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    Decide whether you want a C1 licence to drive a Heavy Goods Vehicle or an ambulance. Both require different training.

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    A C1 driving licence is for driving vehicles weighing up to 7.5 tons. As ambulances weigh more than cars, you need a C1 ambulance driving licence.

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    The C1 licence takes around two to three weeks. We have different courses available for C1 ambulance driver training. You can choose from Bronze, Silver or Gold Courses.

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    For both courses, you will have to undergo medical, theory and practical tests. There are two theory tests.

    I Drive Driver Training will help you in every step to getting a C1 ambulance licence.

    To start with, we provide D2 and D4 forms for your medical. You can find our doctors in your area. We help you in booking a theory test at your nearest centre. We can help you to clear your theory test with our study packages. We provide modern and easy-to-drive vehicles for training. We can book the best-suited date for your ambulance driver training test.

    C1 Ambulance Driver Training Sussex

    At I Drive Driver Training, we offer Cat C1 ambulance driver training for candidates looking forward to becoming ambulance drivers. We provide a special active ambulance van for training. It helps to be more familiar with the ambulance van and learn how to handle it.
    Using an active ambulance van for your training allows you to know the van’s dimensions and understand its characteristics. It also gives you a smooth and easy transition into your new career.
    At I Drive Driver Training, we give our clients the best ambulance driver training and prepare them for their future. Our ambulance training courses are the cheapest. We also provide other heavy goods vehicle training.
    We teach you from the basics to the end, unlike other trainers who often require you have little driving experience before enrolling. We are the best in the industry and have all the resources you need to be the best ambulance driver wherever you work.
    I Drive infrastructures and resources have made it possible to conduct numerous successful ambulance driver training throughout the year.
    To become an ambulance driver, you should be more than 18 years old and have a C1 licence. It is because of the weight of the vehicle you will be driving.
    The weight of an ambulance falls between 3.5 to 7.5 tonnes when filled with equipment. I Drive Driver Training School offers intensive ambulance driver training courses. It helps you pass your entire required driving test and drive the vehicle.
    At I Drive ambulance driver training, we provide professional and outstanding training services. It includes LGV Cat C, HGV C+E, C1 7.5 tons ambulance, and others.
    We also provide different types of driver training courses in many places in the United Kingdom. We also offer ambulance driver training.
    I Drive Driver Training has many years of training experience. Our professional training instructors are well-trained to provide support and help and give you all the information you need at every stage of your training.
    At I Drive, we start by first testing your driving abilities. Your trainer will assess your driving to know what you need and where you need improvements.
    Training hours depend on your driving abilities and experience. It also depends on your availability.
    Requirements for C1 Ambulance Licence
    Before you apply for a C1 ambulance driving licence, you will need a full CAT B (manual car licence). The eligibility criteria for a car licence is 18 years of age. In case you don’t have a manual car licence, you can apply for it from DVLA (driver and vehicle licencing agency). Once you have your licence, you can sit for your ambulance licence tests. You should be medically fit to clear the medical examination.
    You don’t need a driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) for a C1 ambulance licence.
    How to Apply for a C1 Ambulance Licence
    Once you get your manual car licence, the next step is to apply for a C1 ambulance provisional licence. You can apply on the website of DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency). You will need D2 and D4 forms. You have to get it filled out by a medical professional.
    Prepare for your ambulance driver training.
    Till the time your provisional licence arrives, you can start with your training preparation. Choose the right trainer in your locality. Check the background of your training centre, and start with your C1 ambulance driver training. After two days, you can finally sit for your theory exams.
    Ambulance Driver Training and Test

    I Drive Driver Training provides you with the best ambulance driving training you need to qualify test on your first trial. During training, we share tips that can be helpful and will help you to stand out among other trainees. We teach our trainees everything they should know about ambulances and make them confident enough during the time. With years of experience, our team of trainers is the best in the industry. It also makes our trainees exceptional. I Drive Driver Training trainers are familiar with the test and guide the trainees accordingly. We will allow you to drive an ambulance on the test route. It will help you in your practical test.

    The Test Day
    Once you have completed your ambulance driver training, you have to qualify for the theory and practical tests. Your theory test will include two parts.
    As you enter for your theory test, make sure you do not carry personal things like earphones, watches or phones. As you qualify for these tests, you will be given a certificate and a letter. Afterwards, you can apply for your practical test. In your practical test, you will be asked to complete a few tasks