Cat BE Training

The Category B Licence, allows vehicles to be coupled with a trailer up to 750kgs MAM and we offer experienced instruction using our own vehicle.

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Cat C Training

An L.G.V. Category 'C' licence entitles the holder to drive any L.G.V. rigid vehicle and a Category 'C' licence holder is limited to towing a trailer not exceeding 750kgs

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Cat CE Training

Category 'C' licence holders are limited to towing a trailer not exceeding 750kgs so if you require to tow a trailer in excess of 750kgs a Category 'CE' licence is required.

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We also provide Cat C1, Cat D1 ADR, HIAB, Forklift, Theory and CPC Mod 2 courses.

So here is our New Rigid Category C (class 2) vehicle! Shortened length and new sheet all ready for Signwriting next week! Pass your test in this automatic vehicle and receive a full manual driving licence with no restrictions. All our vehicles are manufactured to minimum length to make cornering and driving on your test as easy as possible! Established over 25 years. Family friendly run business. This is our 25th training vehicle and our 8th Automatic Gearbox with more planned in the future! ... See MoreSee Less

So here is our New Rigid Category C (class 2) vehicle! Shortened length and new sheet all ready for Signwriting next week! Pass your test in this automatic vehicle and receive a full manual driving licence with no restrictions. All our vehicles are manufactured to minimum length to make cornering and driving on your test as easy as possible! Established over 25 years. Family friendly run business. This is our 25th training vehicle and our 8th Automatic Gearbox with more planned in the future!

 

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Bit better than the old leyland I passed in! Keep up the good work ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿšš๐Ÿ’จ

Teaching people to pass a test and blatantly admitting it! I'm actually shocked

Keep up the good work, don't listen to the hate speechers

Me and my wife passed out C and C+E here did a great job and we both got jobs straight away and havenโ€™t had any issues, when you pass your car test itโ€™s not in a large car itโ€™s a small one usually, using smaller vehicles makes sense, if you have trouble going from a small class C to a bigger one thatโ€™s your trouble and sounds like you need further training.

Sean Pargeter

Colin Davison your a bellend.. nuff said snowflake...well done .......... โœ… ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿš—

I did both my tests with these guys hands down best around and for the 'teach you to pass the test' is utter bullshit they taught me a lot of things that wasn't on the test and put of experience things I needed to know and do which I would only learn by experience so when it came to working I already knew the general basics more than what I should have . I'm 23 tramping all week farms , construction sites , builders merchants , wind farms the lot and I bet half of the places you distribution boys wouldn't have a clue where to start . In 2 years I haven't had one crash never broke the wagon etc . These lads do a cracking job, never has my money been that we'll spent . So instead of trying to ruin a company and complain about them why don't you get back in no doubt your auto lorry as majority now are autos and dream about them twin splitters and dead left leg when your stuck in traffic ๐Ÿ–• fucking wankstain

Best company around wouldn't have my drivers go anywhere else

Wish I was as amazing as Colin ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Looks lush

Passed my Class 2 here about 3 years ago in auto and it was class! First job was manual learnt the gears at my job but itโ€™s not hard to drive a lorry with a stick and one without๐Ÿ˜‚ itโ€™s only a clutch, some people fall into the driver & screwdriver categories

Mark McDonnell this is who I passed with

Have fun

Looking good Mark, just been doing a prop shaft bearing on one of our Volvos this evening, only lasted about 200,000kms

Don't even answer the idiots back cus nothing better to do than moan! It's boring lol! Doing a great job a few of my friends are coming to train with you ๐Ÿ™‚ keep up the fantastic work! Well established family run business and I'm proud of you all x

Best firm to do your test with they were great with me I would highly recommend them

I passed my test in 2008 with Welwyns for both Class 1 and 2 .. i passed in a wagon and drag but had no clue about hitching up a artic unit.. Manual gear boxes are so different and are not like car gearboxes and if learning in a automatic may confuse many to how to use a manual flip switch in real life like in many trucks out there now. since i have passed i have met at least 15 different types of either manuals and automatic gear boxes and this is also adds the newly designed mercedes and Renaults which are not easy to figure out were stuff is these days

Donโ€™t rise to the bait Mark. Welwyn have been doing a great job over many years. You move forward with the times and legislation and have a great team working for you. A few of them I know personally and catch up with from time to time.

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Due to high demand we are pleased to announce the addition of another automatic Category C Vehicle joining the fleet very soon. Pass your test in this automatic vehicle and receive a full manual driving licence with no restrictions. All our vehicles are manufactured to minimum length to make cornering and driving on your test as easy as possible! This one is no different and will be adjusted as soon as possible to be ready for the road. Established over 25 years. Family friendly run business. This will be our 25th training vehicle and our 8th Automatic Gearbox with more planned in the future! ... See MoreSee Less

Due to high demand we are pleased to announce the addition of another automatic Category C Vehicle joining the fleet very soon. Pass your test in this automatic vehicle and receive a full manual driving licence with no restrictions. All our vehicles are manufactured to minimum length to make cornering and driving on your test as easy as possible! This one is no different and will be adjusted as soon as possible to be ready for the road. Established over 25 years. Family friendly run business. This will be our 25th training vehicle and our 8th Automatic Gearbox with more planned in the future!

 

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Does that not state that you want to put people into jobs that they are totally unprepared for and incapable of doing to an acceptable standard

No wonder there's so many accidents and insurance is so high ๐Ÿ˜ก

Alan Lyles Richard Jubbcan you believe this ??

As a cat C holder myself, it's mainly manoeuvring the vehicle safely that's the tricky bit, you can learn twin ratio gearboxes without too much trouble.

.says it all really doesn't it

Dan Sutcliffe

How can you test in an auto and get a manual licence? I tested in an auto car and got an auto licence...

surely that can't be right ! it may be true but not right, if you pass your car licence in an automatic you can't drive a manual, surely should be the same for trucks ! imagine ..... passing your test in an automatic ! first job for the agency and your driving an eaton twin split ..... good luck lol

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3 months ago

Welwyn LGV Driver Training

Cheap training isn't good,

Good training isn't Cheap!

Celebrating 25 Years Of family run business.

A fleet of 23 vehicles all of which have been chosen or manufactured to minimum length to make passing your driving test as easy as possible.

Why... Because you don't take your car test in a big 4x4 or van, you have a small easy to manoeuvre car, why should LGV driver training be different.

All of our fleet are maintained to the highest standard with no silly slogans or stickers!

Our fleet of Volvo trucks comprises of:-

2 X Manual Category C Vehicles,

5 X Automatic Category C Vehicles,

2 X Manual Category C+E Wagon + Drag Vehicles,

5 X Automatic Wagon + Drag Vehicles,

2 X Manual Category C+E Manual Artic Unit + Trailer,

2 X Category C+E Automatic Artic Unit + Trailer

Here at Welwyn LGV we give the customer more choice of vehicle configuration than any other driver training school in East Yorkshire!

Not forgetting to mention

1 X Category C1 (7.5 tons) Vehicle

1 X Category C1+E (7.5 tons + trailer) Vehicle

3 X Category B+E (Car and Trailer) Vehicle

We have our own large on site reversing area set out the same as the test centre capable of 2 vehicles to practice at the same time.

We are also an Official Approved DVSA Driving Test Centre which means when you take your driver training with Welwyn LGV, your driving test will start and finish from our premises! This means no travelling to test centres and different reversing area. The area you practice your reversing is the one you take your test on!

We also have a team of DSA Registered Instructors to ensure your training is completed to the highest standards.

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Rolling like a proper OG

Alex Cooper

How much is a C+E course

Welwyn LGV Driver Training

Welwyn L.G.V. Driver Training is a friendly, family owned business which has been providing high quality training for the Road Transport Industry since its formation in 1992 and currently operates a fleet of 20 Large Goods Vehicles offering courses for both Category C and C+E ( Class 2 & 1).

Training for Category B + E, C1, C1 + E, D + D1 is also available. The site has its own private Reverse Manoeuvre Area, Fork Lift and Lorry Loader (Hiab) training areas plus a large classroom facility where the A.D.R. Driver CPC and Certificate of Professional Competence - National Road Haulage courses are conducted.

For more information on our courses please give us a call today on 01482 867125 or complete the quick contact form to the right. We'll be pleased to help with any questions, and you will be under no obligation to make a booking.