The Category C driving licence allows people to drive rigid vehicles up to 32 tonnes. These vehicles can include bin wagons, tippers, flat-beds and curtain-sided vehicles. The course content is aimed at fully preparing candidates by teaching them the correct driving techniques and procedures to reach the standard required in order to pass a DVSA driving test. Courses are delivered in a class 2 (rigid) lorry. Training is conducted on a 1:1 or 2:1 basis.
In order to start this training each candidate needs to be 18 years old and hold a full Category B (Car) licence. When a candidate passes a Category C driving test, they also have the automatic entitlement to drive vehicles in Category C1.
Download our guide detailing the procedure for Applying for a LGV Licence / Driver CPC Initial Qualification.
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