Driver CPC Training

Remote On-Line or at Client Premises

Training to Suit your situation
Variety of Dates & Subject Available

Wallace has over 50 years experience delivering quality training at competitive prices. 

Jaupt Approved Training.

Wallace is accredited by RTITB & NLTC & National Logistics Academy.

Drivers must carry / show a valid Driver Qualification Card or Digital Tachograph Card,
or UK driving licence showing valid LGV C1,C,CE or PCV D1, D as appropriate.

Arrange 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days in Single Days 
or as an Intensive Monday to Friday Course

Mix 'n' Match to suit your requirements

  • Remote - On-line, or Classroom Training
  • And, In-House at Company Client Premises

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Call 0208 453 3440 for more information

Suitable and available for LGV / HGV and PCV licence holders:

Monday to Friday SUBJECTS (rotate each week) and are subject to change.

- Drivers Hours/Tachographs
- Checks & Defects/Licence, Weights & Dimensions
- Emergency Aid/Economical Driving
- Tiredness, Diet & Lifestyle/Security
- Vulnerable Road Users


This module covers all aspects of driver hours, covering rest breaks, multi-manning, split breaks, working time directive and periods of availability. The objective of this course is to ensure that the driver is fully conversant with all the latest legislation and reduces the possibility of getting infringements.


Drivers are shown how to correctly use a tachograph with specific emphasis on manual entries. An easy-to-follow guide is sent to each candidate, those who wish, can practise on an online simulator.
Special attention is given to understanding the laws regarding downloading and keeping of records.


Driver fatigue is the biggest cause of LGV/PCV incidents, and this module aims to show drivers how to deal with tiredness whilst driving. Some of the main causes of insufficient sleep are discussed as well as the necessity to ensure the driver gets enough rest.
A driver’s diet is not always the most nutritious and this module gives helpful tips and advice on how to eat healthily whilst on the road.
The module also covers the use of alcohol and drugs and the affects these have on driving ability.


The driver is usually the face of the company, and this module helps the driver understand their role and responsibilities when facing customers, what type of conversation, actions and attitude is acceptable and what could be mis-read or taken as offensive. The course will also discuss how, when driving, a driver can impact on how the general public will perceive a company, good or bad, which could lose potential business.


Many drivers are unsure as to what to do if they are involved or come across a serious incident and this module helps alleviate some of their concerns by giving simple advice.  This is a basic course which discusses what and what not to do if you are the first at the scene of an accident. 


The various ways and means of keeping the driver, the vehicle, and the load safe are discussed in this module. How to spot the signs for an unsafe overnight parking place, how to keep the load safe and prevent theft. Security considerations when loading or unloading. The security module also covers the need for the driver to be vigilant and aware of possible signs of terrorism.


This is a basic course which discusses what and what not to do if you are the first at the scene of an accident. Many drivers are unsure as to what to do if they are involved or come across a serious incident and this module helps alleviate some of their concerns by giving simple advice.


The first section of this module looks at the various licences and certificates a commercial driver requires. How to read the various codes and what is a legal requirement or a Company requirement regarding qualification. The module also looks at the driver’s responsibility to ensure that the Company stays within the law regarding the O licence requirements.
The second part of the module discusses the different weight and dimensions legislation. The need to ensure the vehicle is not overloaded and how to spot and overloaded vehicle. Also, the laws regarding length, when markers should be used, and height, especially the avoidance of bridge strikes.


The module looks at all the main types of vulnerable road user a driver will face on any day. Specifically, pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists and horse riders. However, all other road users are discussed as each driver will have had different experiences.


Knowing how to drive economically is essential for all commercial drivers. Many companies now use advanced technology to monitor the use of their vehicles, so it is important that the driver knows how to drive efficiently, using all the tools that come in modern commercial vehicles as well as forward planning and anticipation.


The module looks at the driver’s responsibility when conducting a daily vehicle check, what specifically they should be looking for and what the procedure should be if a defect is found.

Above programme is typical of our remote On-Line - NLTC HGV / LGV Training Subjects

If you are looking for a specific subject please check the nominated subject is taking place on the date you are selecting as our lessons are rotated week, on week, to allow for drivers to attend a particular day of the week but no worry about repeating the same subject twice.

Training is available across London and around the M25. Current HGV/LGV venues:

Battersea, Bedford, Croydon, Dartford, Enfield, Harlow (Brentwood), Heathrow, High Wycombe, Guildford, London / Park Royal, Luton, Oxford, Reading, Slough, Watford and Wembley