Driver CPC Courses

Driver CPC 21 Hours Course

£225.00 £225.00 (In stock)

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A course in which you have to attend the 3 days & 7 hours of training, which means you have to complete your Driver CPC 21 Hours Course to get your CPC card. Once your CPC training is complete then you can easily drive the vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes. But the condition is that you have to always bring your CPC card with you. The Driver CPC 21 Hours Course are divided into two parts or you can say in two modules: 

Initial CPC MOD 2 and 4

Modules 2 and 4 make up the first and second portions of the Initial CPC MOD 2 and 4 course, respectively. The Driver Certificate of Professional Competence is referred to as Driver CPC. After you complete your theory and practical tests, the instructor will give you a certificate. This exam is mostly for drivers of trucks, trailers, or lorries.

Why is CPC MOD 2 and 4 Important?

Your CPC certificate must be on hand if you are permitted to operate rigid vehicles, such as trucks, trailers, and lorries. This CPC certificate proves that you passed both the theory and practical exams. You must complete 35 hours of your periodic training to receive the CPC certificate. You would be able to operate trucks, trailers, or lorries after receiving this CPC certificate. You will be able to obtain your CPC card once your CPC course is complete. One requirement that you must constantly remember is that you must have your CPC card on you at all times while driving.

What is The CPC MOD 2 Course?

As you are aware, these Initial CPC MOD 2 and 4 courses are divided into two modules. The theoretical test is a part of the module 2 course. Your test, which consists of six to seven case studies, will last 90 minutes. You must receive high marks on it. All of the questions are based on actual events, some of which are related to LGV/HGV. 

What is The CPC MOD 4 Course?

There is a practical test in this CPC module 4. There are some "show me-tell me" questions in this practical test. Because it lasts for one day, your instruction begins in the morning and ends with your practical test in the late afternoon. You must receive at least 85 out of 100 possible points.

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