Course Content (LGV Modules)

Here are the modules we use for our L.G.V. Course for Driver CPC

This is course primarily for drivers with L.G.V. categories on their licence.

(Scroll down to match the module on the date you have selected for it's description).

Drivers who only drive buses for a living please note that this is primarily a L.G.V. course (rather than PCV). However it will count towards your 35 hours of periodic training and some of the modules are very similar to those on the equivalent P.C.V. course.

For any bus drivers who have not completed their 35 hours, you can still come on our courses to obtain your DQC, however you must have a category 'C1' on your drivers license.


Reducing Drivers’ Hours Rules Infringements & Improving the Safety of Food and Drink Deliveries 
This course explores:-

Drivers Hours, Driving Limits Breaks and Rest, Working Time Directive, Record Keeping & Food Safety Regulations and Hygiene, Chilled and Frozen Food, Food and Drink Deliveries, Manual Handling in Food and Drink


Reducing Incidents Involving Fluids and Live Loads & Dealing with Common Emergency Situations 

This course explores:-

Load Safety Regulations, Principles of Safe Loading, Planning to Load and Unload, Effects of Fluids and Liquids on Vehicle Stability & Breakdowns, Bridge Strikes, Fire


Overcoming the Challenges of Varying Road Conditions & Looking Into the Future of Logistics 

This course explores:-

Driving in Challenging Weather Conditions, Winter Driving, Reacting to Road Conditions Green, Why the Need for Change, Assistive Technologies, Alternatively Fuelled Vehicles, Autonomous Vehicles


Reducing Digital Tachograph Infringements & Understanding Mental Health in the Workplace 

This course explores:-

Digital Tachograph Unit, Using the Digital Tachograph, Digital Tachograph-Malfunction and Events, Digital Tachograph-Enforcement & An Introduction to Mental Health & Depression, Bullying in the Workplace, Stress and the Workplace


Employers’ Duties Towards Compliance A & Improving Drivers’ Daily Duties Towards Road Freight Compliance 

This course explores:-

Transport Manager, O Licensing, Vehicle Selection, Insurance & Driver Licensing, Weights and Dimensions, Inspections and Prohibitions, OCRS

We run the same modules on a Saturday as we do on the weekday course (Monday Module 1 is same as week 1 of  a 5 week consecutive Saturday course)

Module Content Ran By Some of our Network Partners includes:

A Driver's Day

A Driver’s Day focuses on the day-to-day processes that a Driver comes across while working. Drivers’ hours are one of the points focused on – so the maximum period you should be on the road, as well as going through important rules such as Working Time Regulations, Analogue and Digital tachographs, vehicle safety checks, graduated fixed penalties, visual perception and collision and defect reporting.

Be Green - Be Safe

With so many vehicles on the road, it is becoming increasingly important to be aware of the impact this is having on the environment. This part of the training is designed to illustrate the benefits of an Eco driving style. It encourages a more pro-active approach to driving economically and develops techniques aimed at reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions. This part of the training also covers Driver fatigue, speed awareness and a refresher on Drivers’ hours, all aimed at keeping the Driver safe at work.

Stay Safe - Stay Legal

This course deals with minimising risks and how to access them. It’s important that Drivers, particularly when working alone, are aware of the potential dangers they may face, such as what to do in case of an injury and safe loading. Our trainers will go through general rules and regulations to ensure you know how to manage any risks that could occur when working. The training is aimed to provoke discussion, reflection and ultimately to give the Driver a learning experience they will remember.

On The Road (Theory)

Wondering how to deal with stressful situations on the road? Need to brush up on your knowledge of the Highway Code? This course deals with this and more, including brand image and how to ensure it is maintained, as well as dealing with issues such as driving while under the influence and penalty points.

Health and Safety (what you need to know)

This training covers everything from Health and Safety legislation to fire safety. Drivers need to be aware of all aspects of health and safety before driving. Other areas this training covers include RIDDOR, PPE, loading bay safety, falls from vehicles, legal responsibilities and site safety.
Driver found themselves in this situation, it is highly useful to know what to do. Our qualified trainers will inform you of what to do in an emergency and how to handle the situation.

Safe Driving Essentials

It’s vital to know the basic factors that contribute toward being a safe Driver. In this course, our expert trainers highlight important areas a Driver should be aware of before getting behind the wheel. From covering road collision statistics to speed awareness, this training covers all relevant areas necessary for safe driving. Other parts to the course include defensive driving, good reversing guide, vulnerable road users, night driving, medical standards and more.

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