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B1 English Class and SERU Training for TFL Private Hire Licence, High Pass Rate

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Canary Wharf Academy

Summary

Price
£170 inc VAT
Or £56.67/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Classroom
Duration
Part-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location
Address
30
Wakering Road
Barking
Essex
IG118PJ
United Kingdom
Address
1
Priddy's Yard
Croydon
Surrey
CR01TS
United Kingdom
Address
20
Whitechapel Road
East London
London
E11BJ
United Kingdom
Address
196
High Street
East London
London
E152NE
United Kingdom

Overview

ELR and SERU Training:

If you are planning on applying for a PCO licence to the Transport For London TFL, you will need to prove that you meet the English language skills. Transport for London has announced that all new applicants, and existing private hire drivers applying to renew their licence for the first time since the introduction of this new requirement, must now meet the equivalent of a B1 English language requirement. The B1 English test will cover Listening and Speaking Assessments. Along with B1 English you need to show the understanding about Safety, equality and regulatory understanding requirement which short form is SERU. We run B1 English and SERU training almost every week to prepare the candidates for their test.

Benefits you will have on our Courses:

  • Education Training Academy of the Year 2020 - South East England
  • High-quality course materials
  • Full Tutor Support Throughout the course
  • Step-by-step guidelines
  • Practice class and mock test
  • Convenient and Flexible
  • Fast Result and Certification
  • Competitive course fees
  • Recognised Accredited Qualification
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Happy learners around the UK

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Description

TFL website says: An English language requirement applies to all applications for private hire drivers licences received by TfL on, or after, 14 October 2016. This includes applications for both renewal and new licences. It is essential for public safety that all licensed private hire drivers are able to communicate in English at an appropriate level.

TFL website also says: We have introduced a requirement for applicants for a London private hire vehicle (PHV) driver’s licence to demonstrate an understanding of safety, equality and regulatory matters. The requirement came into force on 1 October 2021 and it applies to both new applicants and those applying to renew their licence.
It is essential that London PHV drivers have an appropriate understanding of safety, equality and the regulatory requirements that apply to them. This helps ensure public safety and will enhance levels of customer service.

We run B1 English and Safety, equality and regulatory understanding requirements SERU training in different areas in Greater London almost every week to prepare the candidates for their test.

Who is this course for?

People who are applying new licence or renewing the existing PCO Licence.

Requirements

You are required to submit copy of photo ID such as such as passport, driving licence or government issued photo ID.

Career path

TFL PCO Private Hire Driver

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Mansoor Ahmed asked:

is it accepted by the TFL?

Answer:

Dear Mansoor, Thanks for your inquiry. Certainly, this certificate accepted by TFL. Please feel free to contact us for anymore query. Regards, Canary Wharf Academy Limited

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shahzada asked:

How many day I have to come

Answer:

Dear shahzada, Thanks for your inquiry. Training and test is done on the same day. Regards, Canary Wharf Academy Limited

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TfL seru classroom courses asked:

Dear Sir/Madam I would like attend TfL seru classroom could you sent to me North London centre course contact number Kind regards Hanife

Answer:

Dear Candidate, Thank you for inquiring about the B1 English Class and SERU Training for TFL Private Hire Licence. Certainly, you can do TfL seru classroom training at North London centre. Please contact us for anymore query or any further discount. Regards, Canary Wharf Academy 40 Bank Street Canary Wharf London E14 5AB

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