Below are the FAQ’s for the course, if you have any questions or queries that are not covered below please don’t hesitate to contact us.
No, you do not need to be a member, however the price of the course will be cheaper if you are.
No, the fleet licence is not included in the price of the course, you will need to pay £120 to DVSA and provide your Fleet Certificate as proof.
You will need to register with DVSA within one year of completing the course. If you don’t then you will need to take the course again at your own cost.
You will need to achieve a pass mark of 80% per band and an overall pass mark of 85%.
You will get 90 minutes under exam conditions to complete the theory test, for any special considerations please make us aware at the time of booking.
If you fail the theory test you will be given two other attempts. Each subsequent attempt will incur additional charges.
You will need to complete the Award in Vehicle Knowledge that requires researching the topics using suggested resources. You will then be given a set of questions to complete, these will be either essay style or multiple choice.
The pass rate is 90%.
If you fail the module you will be allowed one resubmission free of charge.
You will have three attempts to pass the final in car assessment. If you do need a second or third attempt we will advise you of further training beforehand. Each additional attempt plus any training you may need will be at your own cost.
Yes, for the training that takes place at our training centre you will be provided with lunch and refreshments for the 3 days. Please let us know in advance if you have any specific dietary requirements that you need to make us aware of.
We do not offer parking on-site but can advise of parking locally.
There will be a ratio of 2 trainees to 1 trainer. We need 2 trainees to be able to run this course. If we cannot get the second person on your course date then we will contact you and advise that we may need to postpone to a new date.
No, you will use the trainers car.
We would advise either approaching companies directly or contacting fleet training providers such as Pertemps and similar organisations.