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
Programme A - LGV Training
Drivers who hold PCV and LGV can attend these sessions, however if you only hold PCV you will need to attend Programme B subjects
Monday - DRIVERS HOURS AND DIGITAL TACHOGRAPHS
Current information regarding Drivers Hours/ Working Time Directive and operation of Digital Tachograph (Siemens/Continental) enabling both driver and company to comply with legal requirements.
Tuesday - HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK AND THE PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
Keep up to date with your Health and Safety knowledge, the latest legislation and best practice to keep you safe at work. Discover how Professional Drivers deal with driving distractions including the actions of other road users, consequences and effects.
Wednesday - OPERATIONS COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT AND LOAD SAFETY
Learn the latest system of Operational Risk scoring together with how drivers can help keep companies risk assessment low by planning ahead to avoid dangers particularly when loading/ unloading and transporting goods.
Thursday - VEHICLE SYSTEM AND WHAT TO DO TO PREVENT A BREAKDOWN
Learn about modern transmission, braking systems and new technology built-in to vehicles to help drivers. Hear how drivers can help keep their vehicle running at peak performance, including best practice Driver Vehicle Inspection Pre-Start Checks.
Friday - ON THE ROAD, SAFE AND ECONOMIC DRIVING
Refresh your knowledge on urban driving, route planning, cyclists and vulnerable road users, and driving in challenging weather conditions. Gain insights and knowledge of best practices for driving in a safe and economical way.
Programme B - LGV & PCV Training
Monday - Drivers Hours and Tachographs
Enabling Drivers to understand the importance of Drivers hours by identifying guidelines, fines and sanctions applicable to all drivers for any infringement of drivers’ hours. Understanding working time directive and crossovers when drivers do other work by identifying breaks and rests where applicable. Obtaining knowledge on the use and purpose of Tachographs.
Tuesday - Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving
Refreshing knowledge on how driving styles is a major factor in fuel consumption, and how it is being increasingly recognised as a cost effective intervention to reduce fuel costs.
Wednesday - Delivering Outstanding Customer Service
Understanding the principles of delivering outstanding customer services and the impacts it has on the company and individual. Obtaining knowledge on outstanding customer service is and why it impacts the drivers’ role. By the end of the session drivers can understand and define the impact of outstanding customer service.
Thursday - Safe Loading and Manual Handling
Learning the principles of safe loading and manual handling and why it impacts drivers, helping understand the risks associated with the driver whilst defining the impact of poor safe loading and manual handling.
Friday - Vulnerable Road Users
Learning how vulnerable road users can be endangered by coming into contact and conflict with a large vehicle, and how to take reasonable steps and precautions to avoid the dangers.