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Are you currently sat within one of the office blocks at Fort Dunlop staring out of the window waiting for home time to arrive? Or perhaps you’ve spent your day loading vehicles at the warehouse, dreaming of being somewhere else? If you’ve answered yes to either of these then it could be time for a career change. Why not consider a new career path completely and undertake HGV training Birmingham which, once successfully passed, could see you earning on average the same as a teacher.

Before you undertake any HGV training, you’ll be required to undertake a driver’s medical which will check that you’re fit and healthy to drive such a vehicle. Once this has been confirmed, the theory test will also need to be successfully completed. Following these two tasks, you’ll be able to get behind the wheel of the HGV vehicle of your choice and begin your training.

If you’ve successfully obtained an LGV licence previously, then through competitively priced training courses you’ll be able to fast track through to a five day comprehensive Category C+E Class 1 articulated lorry training course. For those that are taking their first steps on the HGV career ladder, then before you can consider Class 1 vehicles, you’ll be required to undertake a Category C Class 2 test.

One Midlands based firm guarantee to provide you with the ultimate training course for either of the above categories, at a competitive price which will see you comfortably take to the road behind the wheel of a HGV vehicle in no time.

The instructors who provide the training with this firm are all experienced HGV drivers and will provide you with all the relevant information you’ll require to feel comfortable behind the wheel. Along with providing you with the relevant information, once you’re ready to take the test they’ll also book this for you.

A unique selling point of these HGV instructors is that they don’t stop helping once you’ve successfully passed your HGV test. Instead, they care about your HGV career, which is why once you’ve successfully passed their dedicated staff will assist you in finding the perfect HGV career which could see you earning £25,000+ per year.

If you’re looking to start a new career path and no longer want to be stuck in an office or warehouse working 9 until 5, then getting on and about as part of a HGV career could be the ideal solution. With intensive HGV training Birmingham provided through an experienced instructor, you could embark upon this career before the start of the summer holidays.

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