All our Category C and C&E courses are carried out in Scania training vehicles
Training with Ian Markwick Driver training is carried using industry specification Scania Large Goods Vehicles. This ensures that you are properly prepared to drive a vehicle that you have the entitlement to drive once you have passed your LGV driving test.
Get behind the wheel!
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Your training course can be arranged to run on dates that suit your current home and work commitments, however, you will need to be available for the whole duration of your course, giving you the energy to focus on learning to drive a lorry and not worrying about going to work after your training day. If you are available immediately, then we can look for the earliest course available which might be that very same week!
Ian puts you behind the wheel straight away
It's your turn behind the wheel now, first in quiet conditions, then, as your ability to control the vehicle develops, you will be moving on to dealing with a variety of road and traffic conditions. Your instructor will cover all aspects of lorry driving that you will be required to show the examiner at the end of your course.
Most people pass in only 5 days!
It is often the case that if you already have a good standard of driving in the vehicles that you already have an entitlement to drive, you will require a "standard" five day LGV category C or C+E course. If additional training is going to be required, you driving assessor will inform you of this at the end of your assessment drive.
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Learn at your own pace: the typical 5-day course structure
Training days start at 08:00 and end between 16:00 to 17:00 and are carried out with two trainees in the cab taking turns with the driving.
Passive learning when not behind the wheel gives you the opportunity to both rest and gather information at the same time.
We normally offer two to one training but one to one training can be arranged with shorter training days so that you don't get tired!
Courses generally start on a Thursday and run through Friday, Monday and Tuesday. Test day on Wednesday usually comprises of a two-hour warm-up drive prior to your test.