I Drive Driver Training


Driver CPC

Whether you need to complete the Module 2 & 4 CPC or update you
35 hour periodic training, we have courses running daily.
What Is The Driver CPC?
“What is CPC?” is one of our most frequently asked questions. Here, we explain what Driver CPC courses are, why you need CPC training, what is involved and whether you need Initial or Periodic Driver CPC training. Our aim is to help you navigate through the sometimes complicated process of becoming a professional HGV driver. If you’d prefer to discuss your CPC driver training questions, please call us now; we’d be more than happy to talk it through.
Why Do I Have To Do The Driver CPC?
Back in September 2009, the Government passed the Driver CPC legislation to ensure that all professional Drivers would be subject to the same ongoing requirement for retraining. Since then, the Driver CPC has been keeping HGV Drivers’ skills at the high level required by the role through ongoing ‘Periodic’ training on a range of subjects which are relevant to the life of a professional HGV Driver.
Some Drivers are not affected by the Driver CPC legislation; these include people who drive for emergency services (e.g. ambulance driver), the military, people who drive in the course of other duties (e.g. scaffolders) and people using vehicles purely for personal use (e.g horsebox owners moving their own horses.) Safe to say, most people DO fall under these rules, so if you think you’re exempt for any reason you should seek advice before driving.

Driver CPC


Completing your Module 2 & 4

The CPC Module 4 test is the very last thing to do after you have completed all other training. Once you have passed this you will be issued your CPC Card. You will need to carry this card every time you want to drive for financial gain or you could face a fine of up to £1000. Before you take the CPC Module 4 you must have completed your CPC module 2 (Case Studies) theory test.
We offer training for Module 2 via our online portal, teaching you all you need to prepare you for your test. Module 4 training is designed to teach you what you can expect to find in the real world. You can only do the Module 4 training once you have passed your C1 or your C licence. If you are looking to get your CPC straight after you pass you will need to keep your driving licence and send it off after you have passed your CPC. You must have your driving licence on you in order to take the test.
The course we offer is a one-day practical course, including test, that will give students the chance to discuss key issues relating to LGV safety and demonstrate the practical skills required of professional LGV drivers, as per standards set by the DVSA. Completion of this course will also prepare candidates to take the Module 4 Initial Driver CPC test.
This course covers, but is not limited to, the following areas:

35 hour Periodic Classroom Course

If you want to drive professionally, you must hold a DCPC qualification. do this you must complete 35 hours of training every 5 years, we suggest doing 1 course a year or you can complete our 5 day training week.
A 1 day training course is 7 hours long and based either in our classroom or virtually using zoom. During this course we will discuss all topics around the role of driving professionally.
To attend periodic training, you need to either:
On the course, you will be taught and/or refreshed on the rules and regulations of the sector you are working in.
Upon completion, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance and your DQC (Driver Qualification Card) in the post at the address, which is on your licence.