If any of your drivers took their HGV/LGV after the 10th September 2009 and their car driving test after 1st January 1997 they must have passed both modules as detailed below to be able to drive for hire or reward.
*Module 2: Theory and Hazard Awareness Test / Case Study Questions and Answers
*Module 4: Practical Vehicle Checks / Safety Test
PLEASE BE AWARE:
You need to pass Module 2 Case Study Driver CPC before you can complete your Module 4.
Module 2 – Case Study
This is an online examination based at the DVSA test centre. This can be booked by the candidate directly or through Sigma Studies. Each test is made up of 7 short scenarios consisting of 6-8 questions with a maximum score of 50 (pass mark is 40 or above). The examination will take 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete.
Once you have passed the Module 2 Case Study you will be able to undertake the Module 4 Vehicle Checks & Safety Test.
Module 4 – Vehicle Checks & Safety Test
You will need to attend a half day ‘Practical Vehicle Check’ Training Course to prepare you for the Driver CPC Module 4 Safety Test. Module 4 is a ‘Show Me Tell Me’ Vehicle Checks and Safety of Loads practical examination which candidates must complete after successful completing of their Module 2. During the Module 4 Safety Test, candidates will be expected to explain and demonstrate the below:
– Loading the vehicle and proper vehicle use
– Security of the vehicle and contents
– Prevention of criminality and trafficking
– Ability to assess emergency situations
– Ability to prevent physical risk
Once both modules are completed, candidates will receive a Driver Qualification card.
If any of your drivers passed their HGV/LGV before the 10th September 2009
their car driving test before 1st January 1997
they have a choice to do as above OR 35 hours of DCPC classroom training to be able to drive for hire or reward.
With full confidentiality call us on 01375 887270 in advance if you have any particular learning requirements.