LGV Licence Training
The LGV driver training course prepares learners to obtain their LGV Cat C1, C or C+E licence enabling them to drive goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes. Anyone over the age of 18 and holds a full car licence can learn the skills and knowledge to become an LGV driver and acquire their Cat C or C+E licence.
Overview of Course
Carrying out your LGV Licence Training with Mantra Learning will provide you with the best route to passing. Our off-road manoeuvring pads built to Driving Standards Agency (DSA) speciﬁcations, provide you with the perfect learning environment to practice maneuvers and gain confidence in the cab.
On completion of the course, you will be ready to take a test to obtain a professional LGV driving licence and Driver Qualification Card enabling you to drive goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes and improve your career prospects.
Mantra Learning are an approved centre for Driver CPC periodic training and have developed modern resources to interact learners and ensure CPC is relevant and will add value to your job.
To find out more about funding options for your LGV licence, complete the form at the bottom of this page and a member of our team will contact you.
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What you will learn
To acquire a licence the driver needs to complete all the stages listed below:
- Medical test
- Theory test
- Hazard perception test
- 1 hour pre-training assessment drive
- Driver training
- Driver CPC case studies
- Practical test
- Driver CPC practical demonstration
Training with Mantra Learning provides employers and learners with a quality assured training experience. With over 50 years experience of teaching in the transport sector, we provide learners with a bespoke training programme, providing them with appropriate hours to give them the best possible chance of passing.
Nationwide LGV training is also available via The National Logistics Academy network (see link in header).
Drivers may wish to acquire their Cat C+E licence, which will allow them to drive articulated vehicles.
You can also progress to a Driving Goods Vehicle Apprenticeship to further improve their driving skills.