Central transport training is widely acknowledged as the leading provider of LGV training in the West Midlands.

Central transport training is widely acknowledged as the leading provider of LGV training in the West Midlands.

Central transport training is widely acknowledged as the leading provider of LGV training in the West Midlands.

Central transport training is widely acknowledged as the leading provider of LGV training in the West Midlands.

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A new qualification for professional bus, coach and lorry drivers – the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) – has been given the Government go-ahead….

Limited, theory sessions supported by practical driving instruction and practice. The majority of driver training being practical in its nature and delivered in-cab on the public h…

Vehicles weighing between 3,500 kg and 7,500 kg, with or without a trailer – weighing no more than 750 kg also known as a 7.5 tonner. You would normally have the entitlement to dri…

This licence category will allow you to drive a 7.5 tonne vehicle towing a trailer that exceeds 750kgs. If you passed your car driving test prior to January 1997 then you will have…

Vehicles over 3,500 kg, with a trailer up to 750 kg also known as a Class II or a rigid vehicle. By taking the Category C licence (Class II) will automatically give candidates the …

Vehicles over 3,500 kg, with a trailer over 750 kg also known as a Class I or an Artic. You would require a full Category C licence before taking your C+E Course….

Vehicles with a minimum of nine and a maximum of 16 passenger seats, with or without a trailer – weighing no more than 750 kg. All candidates who require this licence will require …

Any bus or coach with more than eight passenger seats, with a trailer up to 750 kg. All candidates who require this licence will require both parts of the Driver CPC (Modules 2 & 4…

Lorry-mounted cranes are often referred to as HIABs. HIAB is a proprietary name of a Lorry Loader manufacturer and is a generically accepted term for a lorry loader (e…

These courses have been specifically designed to meet the requirements for goods vehicle operators. Everyone involved in road transport who operates vehicles for hire and reward mu…

Vehicles with a gross weight in excess of 3.5 tonnes. Drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods in vehicles with a gross weight exceeding 3.5 tonnes for packages and for all roa…

Responsibility for the safe operation of power operated mobile work platforms lies with occupiers, employers, mangers, supervisors, operators and others working from these applianc…

Digital Tachographs must be fitted to all new goods vehicles from May 2006. Drivers and Managers will need to know how to operate them. Central Transport Training provides both Dri…

PCV Category D1+E – Vehicles with a minimum of nine and a maximum of 16 passenger seats, with a trailer – weighing more than 750 kg. …

PCV Category D+E (Full Coach Licence). Any bus or coach with more than eight passenger seats, with a trailer weighing over 750 kg….

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Simple question for Amzad Ali. How many hopeful truckers have paid his firm for training courses that were never delivered? I havent got a clue, probably loads, came the reply. Ali, 25, is the director of Blackwater LGV which offered Continue reading

A consultation on the implementation of new EU rules covering the licensing of lorry, bus and coach operators was announced today by Roads Minister Mike Penning. The European rules under which hire and reward operators are licensed are being changed Continue reading

Haulage magnate Edward Stobart, who built up the Eddie Stobart lorry empire and ran it for more than 30 years, has died at the age of 56. He suffered what were described as heart problems on Wednesday and died on Continue reading