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Specialists in the provision of LGV Training and the placement of LGV drivers into permanent and temporary driving roles

LGV Training

Delivering high quality LGV instruction and placing you successfully into work straight after your test pass.

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Testimonials

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Fantastic organisation from Class 2 to Class 1. Very experienced trainers who prepare you for test conditions. On-going training for on the job experience provided….. money well spent. Daniel Portman

LGV Class 1 Driver, Premier Logistics

I completed the LGV Class 1 training upgrade in January 2014. I was trained to the standard needed to be a Class 1 driver. The aftercare that you receive when you have passed is second to none. Overall well worth doing. Joseph Black

LGV Class 2 Driver, Westland Farmville

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Volvo Trucks have taken another safety initiative to improve awareness for unprotected road users… A global campaign to keep cyclists safer The new global training package called ‘See and Be Seen’ is aimed at 12 years and up, for both young road... read more
The Road Haulage Association has written to Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Lord Ahmed to voice its disappointment that the urgent issue of weekly rest rules has been further delayed while additional stakeholder views are sought. Commenting, RHA deputy policy director Duncan... read more
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has drawn up five priorities for customs and border arrangements to keep Britain trading post Brexit. Deputy Chief Executive James Hookham, who outlined the issues to the Home Affairs Committee in Parliament this afternoon, said avoiding costly... read more