Class 2 Driver Training ( Category C )

HGV Class 2 Driver Training 

The stages for HGV Class 2 Driver Training are below, we will arrange everything for you.

Step 1. Medical – don’t forget to take the medical D4 form with you. LAD Training will arrange the medical, you will receive a text message with the details on.

Step 2. Apply for Category C Provisional Entitlement – Post both the application and the D4 medical form. This can take a few weeks to come back.

Step 3. Hazard Perception and Theory Training and Tests – we have an online training package. Details are emailed to you. You can start your training while you wait for your provisional entitlement but, you can’t do the tests until the provisional entitlement has been applied to your licence. The multiple-choice questions (theory) part lasts for 1 hour and 55 minutes, and the pass mark is 85 out of 100 questions. For the Hazard Perception test you’ll watch 19 videos, and there are 20 developing hazards to spot. The pass mark is 67 out of 100. You can’t review your answers

Step 4. 20 Hour Driver Training – We deliver an intensive 20 hour course over 5 half days with either morning sessions or afternoon sessions. You will start your training at our Rotherham based site and will be taken on training routes that include Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley.

Step 5. Driver CPCPlease click here to see our Driver CPC page

The Class 2 Driver Training will include everything you need to ensure your driving is to test standard.

The cost of your 20 hour HGV Class 2 Training and test is 


Other costs:

Starter Package – medical, theory and hazard perception training and test fees £150
Driver CPC 2 and 4 Package £300

All prices include VAT where applicable

“Just passed my category C (class 2) training with LAD training Ltd and they were fantastic from beginning to end. I passed every test first time due to top quality training packages and instructors who were very supportive and encouraging through the entire programme. Cannot recommend them enough”.

Contact us on 01709 896 864 to book your course.

The driving test is now split into two tests, the 3A manoeuvres test and the 3B on road driving test.

How the 3A test works

Your test will last up to 30 minutes, and includes:

  • an ‘S’ shaped reverse into a bay
  • showing the uncoupling and recoupling procedure if you’re taking a test with a trailer

During the test

You can carry on if you make a mistake during your driving test.

In England, your driving examiner will only stop your test if they think your driving is a danger to others.

Test result

If you pass the test, you’ll get a test certificate. You’ll need to take the certificate to your Driver CPC part 3b (on-road driving) test.

You need to pass the Driver CPC part 3b test within 6 months of getting your certificate. If you do not, you’ll need to pass part 3a again.

If you fail you can book another test straight away, but you must leave at least 24 hours before you take the test again.

How the 3B test works

Your test will include:

  • vehicle safety questions
  • 1 hour of practical road driving

Vehicle safety questions

During your test you’ll be asked vehicle safety questions. Check the:

Practical road driving

During your practical road driving, the examiner will see how you:

  • use the vehicle controls
  • move away at an angle, uphill and downhill
  • do a controlled stop
  • use the mirrors
  • give appropriate signals
  • show awareness and anticipation of other road users’ intentions
  • manage your progress and control your vehicle speed
  • deal with hazards
  • select a safe place to stop

There will also be 10 minutes of independent driving, designed to test your ability to drive safely while making independent decisions.

During the test

You can carry on if you make a mistake during your driving test.

If you’re in Scotland or Wales and you make a mistake which means you’ve failed, your driving examiner will direct you back to the driving test centre. The test will end early.

In England, your driving examiner will only stop your test if they think your driving is a danger to other road users.

Test result

You’ll pass your test if you make:

  • 12 or fewer driving faults
  • no serious or dangerous faults

If you fail, you can book another driving test straight away. You cannot take the test for another 3 working days, not including the day you took the first test.