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Trailer Training
HGV LGV Driver Training

DSM Training Courses

At DSM Transport Training we offer an extensive range of courses to get you behind the wheel of your chosen vehicle.

  • Car and Trailer Driver Training & Test (Category B+E)
  • Large Goods Vehicle Category C+E (Articulated Vehicles)
  • Large Goods Vehicle Category C (All Rigid Vehicles)
  • Rigid Vehicles (Category C1)

Our courses are designed around the individual needs and experience of the student, and so whatever your level of experience, DSM can develop you in the right areas.

Whether you’re a student wishing to pursue a new career path, or a company wishing to invest training into its staff, DSM can help you.

If you require further information please visit our contact page and send your enquiry in.

Our Range of Courses

For people who passed their test after January 1997 and who wish to tow trailers.

The course includes practical driving tuition to the DVSA standard for:

  • Theoretical aspects of towing a trailer
  • Practical tuition for the DVSA reversing exercise
  • Practical tuition for the DVSA coupling and uncoupling of the trailer

Vehicles over 3500kgs with a trailer over 750kgs. Since January 1997 drivers are now required to pass Category C prior to taking a C+E course and test.

The LGV licence is divided into two categories, Category C+E allows the holder to drive articulated lorries and rigid – drawbar combination.

Candidates receive guided practical instruction in a rigid or articulated vehicle covering all aspects of driving large goods vehicles in preparation for the DVSA LGV driving test.

Vehicles over 7500kgs – this licence will enable successful candidates to drive any rigid vehicle with a small trailer. To qualify for this you must be at least 18 yrs of age, hold a full car licence and be medically fit.

The LGV licence is divided into two categories, category C allows holders to drive rigid vehicles over 7.5 tonnes.

Candidates receive guided practical instruction in a rigid vehicle covering all aspects of driving large goods vehicles in preparation for the DVSA LGV driving test.

Driver training for vehicles over 3500kgs and not exceeding 7500kgs. To qualify for training you must be at least 18 years of age, hold a full car licence, and be medically fit.