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Great Value, Local LGV & HGV Training

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  • Highest first-time pass rate

    We regularly audit our schools to ensure we’re above average.

  • 65+ training centres nationwide

    With the largest network of schools, we’ll have one near you.

  • End-to-end service with dedicated training advisor

    Get 1:1 support from an expert from start to finish.

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We also offer training for forklift, HIAB, ADR & more. Call us to discuss your needs on 0800 0744 007

With you all the way Expert support after you pass

  • Help rewriting your CV

    Our recruitment team can help write you a job-winning CV.

  • Career advice from industry experts

    Get free, impartial advice on potential employers and career development.

  • Regular job updates

    We’ll regularly keep you posted with our top picks for you by email.

Our Latest HGV Jobs

Full Time & Part Time Class 1 Drivers

  • Hemel Hempstead
  • Up to £36,000 OTE

In-Home C1 Delivery Driver

  • Basingstoke
  • From £29,000

Cat C Multi-Drop Driver

  • Southampton
  • Competitive

Full & Part Time Class 1 Drivers (Stores Delivery)

  • Hemel Hempstead
  • Up to £42,000 OTE

See all our HGV jobs

Experts in the field

We’ve got answers for your questions

How long does it take to learn to drive a HGV?

It takes around 6-7 weeks to learn to drive a HGV. This covers everything from applying for your provisional licence, to having a medical, and then learning the theory and practical skills you need to pass 4 tests for your licence.

How much does HGV training cost?

HGV training doesn’t have to be expensive – particularly if you opt for a more fast-tracked training route. By choosing a training school like ours, you can take advantage of a very competitive price, and get on the road faster too.

What qualifications do I need to be a HGV instructor?

None! All you need is a valid HGV licence, which you’ve had for at least 3 years. This shows you have the experience needed to supervise a learner HGV driver, and help support them through their tests. If you want to train officially, courses are available.

How much do HGV drivers earn in UK?

The amount a HGV driver in the UK can earn varies depending on employer, but typically the starting salary for a newly qualified driver is anywhere between £19-24K. If you have any more experience, like multiple licence categories, then you could earn up to £40K.

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We've organised, monitored and managed HGV driver training for over 40 brands.

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