HGV CAT C1 LICENCE
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If you are currently behind the wheel of a van as a delivery driver, you may be looking for something more. And to increase your earning potential, as well as to improve job satisfaction, training to receive a Category C1 licence is next step for many.
With this licence under your belt you will be able to drive vehicles weighing between 3.5 and 7.5 tonnes. You will also be fully qualified to use trucks in this category with a trailer attached, provided that the trailer does not exceed a weight of 750kg.
Who should train?
Anyone with a UK driving licence who is over the age of 18 can complete one of our C1 training courses. And there are plenty of examples of careers in which this type of licence is useful.
Anyone wishing to drive a variant of a large panel van, including those that have been adapted to act as ambulances, will need a C1 license. This can encompass everyone from paramedics to tradespeople. It is even necessary if you own or operate a horse box.
Because the weight category covered by a C1 license is broad, you will really open up your career options if you take this training. It is also ideal if you eventually intend to apply for a licence to drive heavier vehicles in the future.
What is involved??
Our Category C1 driver training courses typically last a week, at the end of which you will have the skills and experience you need to take to public roads in large, practical vehicles in this class.
We can tailor the experience to suit your career goals, offering training in the kind of environments that you are likely to encounter as part of your daily driving activities.
With the help of our expert instructors, you will be coached through the Category C1 qualification process and come out with the knowledge and experience you need to pass the final exam.