All new drivers who are wishing to drive professionally must complete both the Module 2 (Case Studies) and Module 4 (Practical Demonstration).
Our team of instructors will guide you all the way, providing online study materials for your module 2, assisting with any questions you may have and booking your module 2 test when required.
As an accredited module 4 test centre, North East Driving School can deliver the training and module 4 initial driver CPC tests at your convenience.
Just like studying for your Module 1 and 2 exams, feel free to take advantage of our computer rooms whilst you study for these exams too. We often advise our candidates to sit the Module 1 exams and the Module 2 exam on the same day if this is possible, due to the fact that they are held at the same location. This will eradicate the need to return to the venue at a later date.
Its worth remembering that your instructor will put time aside on top of your vehicle training in order to train you to pass your module 4 exam. We put extra time aside for this test during your week of training, after your day of driving. Or alternatively, at the end of the training programme, once you’ve passed your driving test.
Once you have completed your Initial CPC tests, you will be issued with your Driver Qualification Card (DQC). This is valid for 5 years, during which drivers’ are required to undertake 35 hours of periodic, classroom based training. This can be done either in bulk, before your card expires or, you can sit one 7 hour classroom session per year for five years.
Because we care about our candidates, we give all CAT C and C+ E candidates one free 7 hour session. We recommend that you take advantage of this within 6 months of passing your tests, however the offer is valid for 12 months.
Talk to one of the team today to get started.