By September 2014, any driver who obtained their LGV licence before September 2009 who wants to drive for a living MUST complete Periodic Training.

Any driver who obtained their LGV licence AFTER September 2009 has 5 years to complete 35 hours periodic training from the date of completion of the Driver CPC Initial Qualification.

You need to complete 5 modules, each 7 hours long, across 5 days.
That’s 35 hours – a whole working week!

If you haven’t completed 35 hours’ Periodic Training and registered it with the DSA by September 2014, you won’t be able to legally earn money from driving Heavy Goods Vehicles.

The Driver CPC Periodic Training Requirement is a great opportunity to keep your skill set current, and build valuable new skills to improve and further your career. It doesn’t have to be repetitive and boring!

Our RHA Direct Access Course counts as 14 hours towards this training, but if you would like to speak to an adviser about other options for your Periodic Training, please call us on 0808 168 5255 and we’ll run through all the options and prices with you.

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