CPC HGV Driver Training2019-02-14T10:08:47+00:00

CPC HGV Driver Training

We’re here to provide the CPC certification you need.

CPC HGV Driver Training

If you’re looking to drive a lorry, bus, coach or any HGV vehicle in your new role, you will need a CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) qualification. What’s more, this certification must be renewed every five years to be valid.

At our Swindon training centre, our expert instructors deliver an engaging and easy to understand course that will teach you everything you need to know. With us, you’ll get the 35 required hours of classroom time, in the most fun and enjoyable way possible. In the end, you’ll walk away with your brand-new CPC card ready for your brand-new job.

How Will This Benefit Me?

With us, you’ll get the expert training you need to apply for any driving job that you want.

But, we don’t just give you the certification. Our friendly and qualified instructors are here to make sure that you’ve got all the skills you need to stand out and excel in your role while ensuring that you’re always safe. With our training, we’ll make sure that you’ll be able to confidently tackle any task and walk into your next role ready for action.

If you’re already qualified, our refresher training will ensure that your certification is up to date. This will give your employees the peace of mind that you’re qualified and ready for your new job, making it more likely to land the dream role you’ve been after.

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