C1 LGV License
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
The C1 LGV License training course is a nationally recognised qualification throughout the UK. This comprehensive 2-day course qualifies students to competently operate a vehicle weighting between 3.5 and 7.5 tonnes. Possession of this qualification is often essential to work within NHS ambulance trusts and private ambulance providers.
Assessment & Certification
Course assessments includes:
- 1 x Theory assessment.
- 1 x Hazard perception assessment.
- 1 x DVSA Practical assessment.
Please note: all assessments are included in the overall course price.
Upon successful completion of this course, individuals will receive a C1 LGV printed certificate as well as an amendment to their driving license showing the additional vehicle classification.
Students wishing to complete and gain the LGV C1 Licence must first of all hold a full UK B CAT licence for a manual car and be a minimum age of 18 years. For students who completed their car test prior to January 1997 will automatically gain the grandfather rights to drive this type of vehicle (please check your licence).
Students must also:
- Complete the required medical which can be completed by a local GP.
The associated cost do vary, and they will need to complete the D4 Medical Form which can be obtained from the UK Government website. Once this has been completed, you can then apply for your provisional LGV C1 licence by completing the D2 Application Form and sending this with the completed D4 Medical Form for authorisation and issue. Please note that personnel are not permitted to drive until the provisional licence has been issued and received.
We are able to deliver the C1 LGV License Driving training course on your premises (subject to a pre-course assessment) to reduce the costs associated with taking time out and travelling. Alternatively, you can book onto the next available course at our Snetterton Training Facility.