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Click here for details of training, licences & prices Wallace, the only fully resourced RTITB, DVSA, Jaupt & ITSSAR accredited school in the UK. Quality training, competitively priced, for individuals & corporate sponsored drivers.
Providing solutions to your licence and qualification needs
Wallace Training is available across London and around M25 including our HGV/LGV Training Locations: Acton, Battersea, Belvedere(Dartford), Greenwich, Croydon, Dunstable, Enfield, Harlow(Brentwood), Heathrow, High Wycombe, Guildford, Luton, Park Royal(London), Slough, Watford, Wembley
For details call 020 8453 3440 or click on the below links for prices:
From first application, medical, provisional, theory material & tests, through all the stages of gaining your licence and your qualifications
- Nothing is overlooked
- All subjects are systematically delivered
- Benefit from our skills, expertise and resources - not only when training but also to help you find work with your new qualification
- Brand New Trucks ('14 plate, '64 plate, '65 plate & '66 plate)
- Easy to drive - so it's quick and easy to get qualified
- Reduced training fees as only short courses are needed to PASS - while still getting the Manual HGV licence (due to new law introduced April 2014)
- And after passing on our Automatic LGV C get a FREE practical in-cab taster session on a manual LGV training vehicle
We'll guide you through the maze of the latest licence rules & legislation
YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR SUCCESS
Our courses help private individuals and corporate clients get a driving licence easily and other transport courses and quickly. With our driver training you can learn how to become a lorry or bus driver.
Our LGV C (HGV Class 2) and LGV C+E (HGV Class 1) training is available at our LGV centres locations around London including HGV LGV Training Acton, HGV LGV Training Battersea, HGV LGV Training Croydon, HGV LGV Training Dartford, HGV LGV Training Dunstable, HGV LGV Training Enfield, HGV LGV Training Greenwich, HGV LGV Training Heathrow, HGV LGV Training Park Royal, HGV LGV Training Luton, HGV LGV Training Watford and HGV LGV Training Wembley HGV LGV Training Slough. We also offer LGV C1 / 7.5 tonne licence training at our HGV LGV Training Acton, HGV LGV Training Croydon and HGV LGV Training Enfield training centres. PCV driver training locations for Bus and Coach training Croydon, Bus and Coach training Acton and Wembley.
After a bit of research, I ended up choosing Wallace and I'm glad I did. My first phone call was very informative and I had only to choose when to start the training. Got all the books from them, studied everything and passed my theory test first time. Went to do some practical training with Gerry the instructor and got my skills polished to a very high standard. Anticipate, not react. The best advice I could ever get. Passed my practical first time and also the following CPC theory and practical tests. If someone asks me where to go for a truck licence, my answer is 1000 times Wallace School of Transport. They care for you as if you were family. That counts more than anything.Mr Augusto Barale
I passed the practical test first time and this is undoubtedly due to the professional and supportive manner in which I was instructed. Without this, I have no doubt that my progress wouldn't have been so quick or productive. Please once again pass my sincere thanks onto both the administrative staff and Michael himself.Chris Bridger Student Paramedic
We have been very pleased with the help and assistance and standard of training we have received from your team. I will be in touch shortly to make arrangements for our new trainees.Lee Bedingfield, Ups Automotive
HGV Class 1 / LGV CE driving licence
17/02/2017 Posted by Ruth Wallace
If I said failing was a good thing, would you think I’m mad?
25/01/2017 Posted by Ruth Wallace