Logistics operator CTS Logistics has established a Driver Academy to train new HGV drivers suited to the specialist cargo the firm delivers across the UK and Europe. CTS, based in Silchester, Berkshire, covers the £4,000 to £5,000 cost of training and gaining an HGV licence, taking on entry-level candidates and training them from scratch. Trainees can become a Category C+E driver in 18 months with a mixture of classroom-based theory and on-the-job driving experience. Arron Young, pictured, has been working […]
The Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) Driver Apprenticeship should include the category C+E licence by the autumn, motortransport.co.uk has learnt.
John Heirs, driver training & compliance manager with Malcolm Group, has returned to the UK after completing his third voluntary placement supporting Transaid’s Professional Driver Training Project with the National Institute of Transport (NIT) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Scania has stopped offering would-be professional drivers HGV licence acquisition training because the market has become “highly competitive”.