Our two-step online learning zone contains everything you need to pass your LGV Driver CPC Module 2 driving theory test. Not only do you get 60 practice case studies but you can also prepare using our user-friendly learning material, which is broken up into small, easy-to-follow lessons.
The PCV CPC part 2 case study test is different from the PCV Driver CPC part 1 theory test because you’ll be shown case studies as well as multiple choice questions. This means that even if you passed the PCV module 1 theory test with flying colours, you’ll still need to practice for the PCV CPC test. And we can help you PASS 1st time.
If you attained your Driver CPC card though grandfather’s rights by just doing 35 hours of periodic training and not the initial qualification (Module 2 and 4 tests) then you will need to renew your Driver CPC card by completing 35 hours of periodic training before 9th September 2019. If you acquired your card by passing the initial qualification tests Module 2 Case Study and Module 4.
Module 2: Driver CPC case study test. You must pass the case study test before you can take the practical demonstration test. Like the theory test, you’ll take this on-screen. The case study test lasts 75 minutes and covers seven case studies, with 50 questions altogether. You’ll need to score at least 40 out of 50 to pass the test. Before.
The four driver CPC modules are: Module 1- Theory Test, Module 2- CPC Case Study, Module 3- Practical Driving Test, and Module 4- Practical Demonstration Test. The detailed information about Initial qualification for Driver CPC. The initial qualification for the driver CPC involves four hours of theory testing and also 2 hours of practical.Learn More
The most common ways are by enrolling on to an online Driver CPC course where the content will be accessed online or by enrolling on to a classroom Driver CPC course where the course will be taught in an in-person classroom format, at a given location. reed.co.uk also offers distance learning courses and in-company courses if these are the preferred methods of study you are looking for.Learn More
For first time holders of a DQC or for newly qualified drivers this is called INITIAL DRIVER CPC and is taken in two parts: Case Study Theory Test (Module 2) and Practical Demonstration Test (Module 4) After passing both CPC tests you'll receive your Driver Qualification Card (DQC) to present to an employer ready for work as a vocational driver.Learn More
Module 2: Driver CPC case study test. You must pass the case study test before you can take the practical demonstration test. Like the theory test, you’ll take this on-screen. The case study test lasts 75 minutes and covers seven case studies, with 50 questions altogether. You’ll need to score out least 40 out of 50 to pass the test. Before.Learn More
Driver CPC Module 2 Case Study. Once you have a provisional licence you can book the CPC part 2 case studies test. It does not matter if you have yet to pass the Driver CPC part 1 theory test. Licence for Driver CPC Case Study Test. After you book CPC module 2 (case studies test) you will need to take one of these driver licences with you: Great Britain photocard driving licence. Northern.Learn More
NTP Online Learning have fully qualified experts on hand to help and guide you through the CPC course ensuring you stand a much higher than average chance of passing the examinations first time. The easiest and most efficient, cost-effective option. The online Transport Manager CPC course from NTP is the most cost-effective option available on the market today. You simply log-on to your course.Learn More
Learning Suggestions for CPC Module 2. It's important to remember that the revision materials from Driving Test Success for the Driver CPC Case Study Test are NOT the actual questions you will be asked in the official test. The DVSA do not release any of the live CPC questions, nor do they publish a revision question set. The questions in our products have been written by experts within the.Learn More
Module 2 Driver CPC Case study. Candidates must pass the case study test before they take the practical Demonstration test. Like the theory test, it is a computer based test. There are different case studies for LGV drivers and PCV drivers. Case studies are short scenarios that you may face in your daily practice. We deliver Module 2 Driver CPC training in our office or you can buy study.Learn More
Driver CPC Module 3. Description Driver CPC is the qualification that all HGV, bus and coach drivers need if they wish to drive professionally for a living. Driver CPC was introduced across the EU from 10th September 2008 for professional bus drivers and 10th September 2009 for professional truck drivers. If you have your bus licence on or before the 9th September 2008, or your truck licence.Learn More
Driver Hire offers online CPC training courses for individual drivers so wherever you are and whatever you need, there will be a course for you. Read more. Driver CPC for companies. If you have a number of drivers within your company who need to undertake Driver CPC training, Driver Hire can help. We have delivered over 190,000 Driver training days throughout the UK, with an online course.Learn More
To become a driver and successfully gain the INITIAL DRIVER CPC a new driver must pass the following 4 modules: Theory and Hazard Awareness test. Case study questions and answers. Practical Driving Test. Practical Demonstration Test. The candidate will be asked questions about certain topics such as load restraints and asked to demonstrate their knowledge e.g. using a ratchet strap you must.Learn More
My request relates to Module 2 Driver CPC case study exams. I would like to know how many theory tests have been taken to date. How many of them were 1st time passes, 2nd time passes, 3rd time passes and 4th time and above passes. This relates to PCV and LGV Driver CPC module 2. If I could also have the answer by disciple (i.e. how many PCV and how many LGV). For PCV please go back to.Learn More