Wallace School Of Transport Limited
To work as a Professional Driver, drivers must complete Driver CPC and carry a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).
Drivers with LGV (HGV) licences from before 1997 need 35 hours PERIODIC DRIVER CPC training.
Drivers who already have a DQC must maintain the validity of the card by completing either 1 day (7 hours) each year, or arranging a block of two up to five days to complete their whole 35 hours before the end of the DQC expiry date.
Wallace School of Transport can provide both PERIODIC and INITIAL DRIVER CPC to suit your drivers needs.
We are an established training provider, accredited with RTITB, National Logistics Academy and Jaupt with 50 years of experience delivering quality transport training at competitive rates.
Arrange 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days Single Days or arrange an Intensive Course. Training available Weekdays & Regular Saturday’s, and some Sunday’s by appointment.
Our Periodic Training Subjects vary but can include:
Drivers Hours and Tachographs
Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving
Delivering Outstanding Customer Service
Safe Loading and Manual Handling
Vulnerable Road Users
Phone or visit our website to see our full range of course subjects.
At Wallace Training Centre (NW10 7AR) training is available Weekdays, Saturdays & Intensive Courses. Start times are different at our various locations (registration takes place 30 mins before training).
On Site Training at your company premises can be arrange to suit your timetable.
Who is this course for?
LGV / HGV Licence Holders
LGV / HGV Licence
To continue, or to become a LGV/HGV driver
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