HGV Driver Training Courses 

Tyler Training offers a comprehensive range of professional driver training courses to suit various sizes and types of vehicles. 
 
Prices start from just £695. 

HGV Driver Training Courses 

Tyler Training offers a comprehensive range of professional driver training courses to suit various sizes and types of vehicles. 
 
Our goal is to get you to pass your test FIRST TIME. 
 
Alternatively, if you are looking for Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) training, please click below... 
For more information, see what some of our clients say about working with us...! 
Click on the type of license you're interested in: 
 

Car and Trailer – Cat B+E 

The Category B+E (Car & Trailer) licence qualifies you to tow trailers of up to 3,500kg in weight. Towing any type of trailer can be strange at first, as the vehicle handles differently when hooked-up to a trailer. You will need to gain knowledge and experience on reversing the trailer, uncoupling and re-coupling the trailer safely and correctly. 
 
2-Day Course (10 hours): 
 
2 days training and test on the second day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For very experienced ‘B' license holders with at least 2 years of various driving with larger vehicles 
 
3-Day Course (14 hours): 
 
3 days training with test on the third day 
For drivers no experience of towing or reversing – we recommend 3 full days of training 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 

LGV/HGV Training – Cat C1 

The Category C1 License qualifies you to drive vehicles over 3,500kg to 7,500kg, and is the first step in becoming a professional driver of a Light Goods Vehicle (LGV). You can also tow a trailer of no more than 750kg. The Cat C1 is therefore aimed at smaller goods vehicles, which are very easy to drive and similar to a large car or van. However, the C1 licence is less common, as many transport companies have moved to slightly bigger vehicles. 
This license brings: 
 
Career opportunities 
Ability to drive a small horse box 
Paramedic 
Supermarket delivery driver 
Drivers of this Cat C1 licence can earn an average salary of £18,000 to £20,000 for a 48-hour driving week. 
2-Day LGV Course (8 hours) 
 
2 days training and test on the second day 
6 hours training + 2 hours for test 
Ideal for quick learners, on a tight budget, who have at least two years 7.5t or five years 3.5t experience. 
3-Day LGV Course (12 hours) 
 
3 days training and test on the third day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
Ideal for quick learners, on a tight budget, who have at least two years 7.5t or five years 3.5t experience. 
4-Day LGV Course (16 hours) 
 
4 days training and test on the fourth day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For drivers with a little 7.5t or 3.5t driving work background, and ideal for drivers with greater 7.5t/3.5t experience who’d like to learn more than the basics. 

LGV/HGV Training – Cat C1+E 

2-Day LGV/HGV Course (8 hours) 
 
2 days training and test on the second day 
6 hours of training + 2 hours for test 
Ideal for quick learners, on a tight budget, who have at least two years 7.5t or five years 3.5t experience. 
 
3-Day LGV/HGV Course (12 hours) 
 
3 days training and test on the third day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For drivers with a little 7.5t or 3.5t driving work background, and ideal for drivers with greater 7.5t/3.5t experience who’d like to learn more than the basics. 

LGV/HGV Training – Cat C 

The Category C License qualifies you to drive a rigid body vehicle over 3,500kg. There is no upper weight limit and this is the first step in becoming a professional driver of a Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV). The Cat C is a Rigid Vehicle or 'curtain sider'. It is fairly easy to drive and can range from a 7,500kg to a 24,00kg vehicle. LGV drivers are always in demand. 
This license brings: 
 
Career Opportunities 
Local deliveries, courier, tipper/ skips driver, HiAb, Moffett and Forklift. 
All haulage companies use this size vehicles in their fleet. 
Drivers of this Cat C licence can earn a very generous wage, ranging on average from between £28,000 to £33,000 for a 48-hour driving week. 
3-Day LGV/HGV Course (12 hours) 
 
3 days training and test on the third day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For drivers with a little 7.5t or 3.5t driving work background, and ideal for drivers with greater 7.5t/3.5t experience who’d like to learn more than the basics. 
4-Day LGV/HGV Course (16 hours) 
 
4 days training and test on the fourth day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For drivers with a little 7.5t or 3.5t driving work background, and ideal for drivers with greater 7.5t/3.5t experience who’d like to learn more than the basics. 
5-Day LGV/HGV Course (20 hours) 
 
5 days training and test on the fifth day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
Allowing you that extra time to boost your driving skills and knowledge. 

LGV/HGV Training – Cat C+E 

The Category C+E License qualifies you to drive the biggest vehicles on the road. You are now a professional HGV driver. C+E vehicles can be made up of a tractor unit and a long trailer, or can be a Cat C vehicle towing a smaller trailer. Either way it is the same licence. 
 
Career Opportunities 
Every transport company needs HGV C+E Drivers 
More choices of companies 
Greater range of driving opportunities 
Drivers with a Cat C+E licence can earn a very generous wage, ranging on average from between £35,000 right up to £50,000. 
 
4-Day LGV/HGV Course (16 hours) 
 
4 days training and test on the fourth day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
For drivers with a little 7.5t or 12t driving work background, and ideal for drivers with greater 7.5t experience who’d like to learn more than the basics. 
 
5-Day LGV/HGV Course (20 hours) 
 
5 days training and test on the fifth day 
4 hours per day + 2 hours for test 
Allowing you that extra time to boost your driving skills and knowledge. 

For more information, or to request a no-obligation FREE quote, get in touch today. 

Driving Test Success Anytime 

Whether you’re preparing for your LGV or PCV Theory Test (Part 1a), Hazard Perception Test (Part 1b) or Driver CPC Case Study Test (Part 2), we’ve got you covered. 
 
Instant access – Login from any web enabled device 
Theory Test – Access to the latest DVSA Theory Test revision questions and answers 
Hazard Perception – Over 400 clips covering a wide range of environments and road conditions 
Driver CPC Case Study Test – Covers every aspect of the DVSA syllabus 
Optional voiceovers – Available for Modules 1a and 2 
Live progress monitor – In-depth reporting highlighting areas for improvement 
The Highway Code – Learn the latest rules and regulations of UK roads 
New video content – Over 40 minutes of brand new Driver CPC video tutorials 
Want to learn more? Click below for the 6 steps to becoming an HGV/LGV Driver... 
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