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DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Class 2 Cat C course accredited by an official body?

Yes, this course is Accredited and certified by  :  Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). This means that all training providers advertising their courses on this site must be an approved centre.
In most cases the awarding body (DVSA) will audit the centre to ensure the correct standard of teaching. Visit DVSA web site

What is the DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course?

Category: Road-Haulage
Level: Beginner

A vehicle over 3,500kg MAM towing a trailer 750kg MAM or less

Minimum age is now 18! (This changed from 21 years of age on 10th September 2009, but you are required to pass your Drivers CPC Initial Qualification tests).

Medical required. (This will last until your 45th birthday, or for 5 years if you are already over 40 when you have it).

You must have your full car driving licence with C provisional entitlement.

You may require the Driver CPC Initial Qualification if you want to drive commercially.

How long is the DVSA - Class 2 Cat C certificate valid for?

The DVSA Class 2 Cat C course certificate has 5 years validity.

It is recommended that you check with your course tutor for information on DVSA - Class 2 Cat C refresher courses and their recommended frequency or the next step qualification.

Who is the DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course designed for?
There are several steps that need to be completed to gain your licence. Firstly you need to get the provisional category C added to your licence, this requires forms D2 and D4 being completed. Form D2 is to have the provisional added and D4 is the medical form and must be completed by a doctor. Once you have added the provisional you then need to pass the Multiple Choice and Hazard Perception theory tests before you can take the practical driving course and test. Depending on your age, when you passed your car test and the reason for gaining the licence you may have to complete either Periodic (35 Hours) or Initial (Modules 2 and 4) CPC
What subjects does the DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course cover?
How is the DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course assessed?
You must pass both the LGV Theory Test and the Hazard Perception test (unless you have previously passed your C1 driving test).
DVSA - Class 2 Cat C course dates and locations