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East Anglia’s Leading
HGV Driver Training School
We are the leading HGV and Hazardous Goods driver training school in East Anglia, offering a comprehensive range of courses to suit every level and need.
Backed by years of experience, we’re trusted by businesses, operators and individuals to provide tuition which delivers safe, confident and effective drivers.
Part of a successful logistics operation, we’ve friendly, patient and knowledgeable trainers who quickly help drivers meet and exceed the standards businesses and vehicle operators need.
About Our Courses
All our courses are delivered by accredited and approved trainers with decades of experience, to ensure we create safe, knowledgeable and confident drivers every time.
With the option to run courses at our customers’ premises, we offer ultimate convenience and make it even easier to get drivers trained.
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|Class 1 C+E
|2 ½ days
|Forklift Operator Novice
|Forklift Operator Experienced/Refresher
|Electric Pallet Truck
|Tail Lift Training
|3 ½ hours
|First Aid Course
Meet Your Trainers
Lee (Kenny) Everett
My journey started whilst serving in the British Armed Forces where I gained multiple licences including categories C and C+E.
When I left the forces, I drove category C and C+E vehicles commercially before becoming an approved instructor. After many years honing the combination of driving and teaching skills I can deliver unique training methods, not only to be successful in becoming a C+E driver but to promote an eco-safe driving attitude and gaining a skill for life.
With 39 years in the driving industry, Andy brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to FreightTrain. He’s been a Grade A DVSA ADI instructor and DVSA fleet trainer for 16 years – providing him with a multitude of skills that he is keen to pass on to his pupils.
“When I joined FreightTrain as a driver trainer, I didn’t just want to train drivers to pass their test. If I can pass on my knowledge backed by almost 40 years of experience, I can ensure we as a business promote safer driving.”