Course Timetable

We offer training 7 days per week. First you need to decide how many hours you can devote to the training. The timetable below is based on a candidate being able to spend between 12-18 hours per week studying for theory test.. As the example shows, with successful first time passes this candidate has qualified and is ready to work by week 6.

Your timetable need to to be flexible as your exam dates are subject to availability from the Driving Standards Agency.

Start work in 6 weeks (12-18 hours per week)
Week 1 Receive study material for theory test and application forms. Arrange medical exam. Send licence application to DVLA. Begin studying for theory test.
Week 2 Continue studying for theory test while awaiting for licence from DVLA.
Week 3 Licence returned from DVLA. Apply for theory test, continue studying.
Week 4 Sit and pass theory test. Contact Surepass to arrange practical training to take place within 14 days.
Week 5-6 Complete 16 hrs or 20 hrs practical training. Sit and pass driving test.

Driver CPD

Once you have passed your driving test you will need to obtain your driver CPD before you can drive professionally…. Unless you passed your car test before January 1997 or for HGV obtained a C1 licence before 10 September 2009 or for buses a D1 licence before 10 September 2008.

The new driver CPD entails passing a case study theory test and a Demonstration practical test.

Existing drivers who do not need to do the new driver CPD will need to complete 35 hours classroom training every 5 years to be allowed to continue driving professionally, we recommend doing 7 hours per year