Module 4 (LGV)
We facilitate training for the module 4 test for LGV for categories C1, C, C+E, click below to get a quote/book a course.Click to get a quote/book
Module 4 (PCV)
We facilitate training for the module 4 test for PCV for categories D1, D, D+E, click below to get a quote/book a course.Click to get a quote/book
Why us? Training for Initial Driver CPC, Module 4…
Focus Driver Training Ltd can facilitate your training for your module 4 test, and present you for your module 4 test.
The training can be split over two days, or carried out all in one day. We provide you with a range of resources to help you prepare for your module 4 test prior to the day of your training/test. If carrying out your training in one day, you will typically arrive at 09:30 for a 09:35 start time, spend 2.5 hours going through an interactive presentation which covers the 5 areas of the module 4 test, and gain some experience using the load restraint equipment. Prior to your test you will spend an hour familiarising with the lorry used for your module 4 test, and then attend your test. Your training/test will finish between 14:35-15:50 depending on your test slot time.
At the end of your test the examiner will let you know your result, and assuming you pass will present you with your pass certificate allowing you to drive professionally from that point. Your DQC will arrive by post to your home address with 10-14 days.
Call today: 0800 612 9093 or 07845 645166
Initial Driver CPC Module 4 for LGV and PCV
What is Included?
- Training material
- A presentation
- Load restraint familiarisation
- Vehicle familiarisation
- Vehicle hire
- Test fee
LGV Module 4
We can facilitate your module 4 training and present you for your module 4 test for LGV, (large goods vehicles).
LGV licences include: C1, C1+E, C, & C+E.
PCV Module 4
We can facilitate your module 4 training and present you for your module 4 test for PCV, (passenger carrying vehicles).
PCV licences include: D1, D1+E, D, & D+E.
The module 4 test comprises 5 areas as follows: ability to load your vehicle with due regard for safety rules, security of your vehicle and its contents, ability to prevent criminality in illegal immigrants, ability to deal with emergency situations, and prevention of physcial risk.
For areas 3 and 5 you will be required to carry out full walk around checks of your vehicle, including in cab checks. For area 5 you will be allowed to refer to a daily vehicle check sheet, as drivers are expected to use vehicle check sheets as part of their daily walk around checks.
The examiner will ask 5 questions, 1 question from each area. The pass mark is 80% although you will need to gain at least 15% in each area, meaning that at least one area will need to be 20% to make the minimum 80% to pass.
- Our course materials complement your practical training, and we have a range of resources to assist, including online training
- Our experienced and first class Instructors provide expert advice, and can tailor your training to suit your experience and ability
- We’ve helped hundreds of newly qualified drivers to obtain their LGV licence, and complete their Driver CPC training
- We can also give you advice or training in regard to Drivers Hours regulations, CPC training and Operator Licencing
Flexible Training Options - Pay as You Go - 1:1 Support
5 Steps to Gain Your CPC
Decide if you require Initial Driver CPC or Periodic. If you passed your car test before Jan 97 or your LGV test prior to Sept 09th 2009 you can take either Initial or Periodic, depending on what you prefer. However, if you passed your car or lorry test after these respective dates, you will need to take and pass modules 2 and 4, i.e. Initial Driver CPC.
If you have opted for module 2 and 4 and you have grandfather rights, i.e. passed your car test prior to 97 or your LGV test prior to 09th Sept 2009, you will need to first request authorisation to complete modules 2 and 4 by calling the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency). Their telephone number is 0300 200 1188.
To gain authorisation to complete modules 2 and 4 can take up to ten days, and as soon as you have authorisation you will be able to book your module 2 case studies test.
If you do not have grandfather rights you will be able to book your module 2 case study theory test online directly through the DVSA, by using the following link:
Step three is to book your module 2 case studies test and pass the test. If you have grandfather rights you will need to speak to an adviser on the telephone to book your module 2 case studies test, if you do not have grandfather rights you will be able to book your module 2 test direct using the following link:
We can provide you with the software to prepare for the module 2 case study theory test.
Step four is to book your module 4 training with us, we will book and manage your module 4 test for you. If you have grandfather rights we will need to speak to an adviser on the telephone to book your module 4 test, if you do not have grandfather rights we will be able to book your module 4 test directly using the test booking system.
We will provide you with a range of resources by email or post to help you prepare for your module 4 test, and also facilitate your practical training for your module 4 test. This training can be split over two days (not necessarily consecutive) or carried out all in one day. Part of the training consists of an interactive presentation and training / familiarisation with the load restraint equipment, and the remainder of the training is carried out using our training vehicle.
After this you will be presented for your module 4 test which is a 30 minute test using our training vehicle, where you will answer 5 questions that the examiner will ask you. One question from each of the areas, of which there are five.
You are now qualified to drive professionally for the next 5 years, during which time you will need to accumulate 35 hours of periodic training in order to keep driving beyond your initial 5 year qualification period.
Your DQC (Driver Qualification Card) that you will obtain by virtue of completing modules 2 and 4 will restrict you to the particular module 4 test that you passed, i.e. Module 4 for LGV or Module 4 for PCV. However, the DQC that you will receive upon completion of your 35 hours of Periodic training will not be restricted to either LGV or PCV. Therefore if you hold both an LGV licence and PCV licence you will be able to professionally drive both lorries and buses/coaches, upon completion of your 35 hour of Periodic CPC training.
Suzanne Elam Initial Driver CPC Module 4 – August 2016
“The training was very good all the equipment was in very good condition and all information was laid out and presented very well. The instructor new a lot and as a result I passed first time. I would recommend to anyone.“
Initial Driver CPC Module 4 Test – September 2015
“Passed both the theory and practical side of the cpc with the help of Dan. Couldn’t have asked for more, he sent me all of the relevant revision material over and was fantastic at fitting me in and getting me through on a tight schedule!
Would thoroughly recommend to people looking to do there cpc!.”
Initial CPC Module 4 Test – January 2016