East of England Ambulance Driver Training
To drive most standard trust ambulance vehicles, you’ll require the C1 category to be added to your driving licence. This enables you to drive a rigid vehicle in excess of 3500kg but no greater than 7500kg maximum authorised mass. We can carry out full driver training to include theory test training, practical test training for both the DVSA assessed reverse exercise and on-road driving practical driving test.
Steps To Gain C1 Licence
- Complete a D4 medical form using your own Doctor/GP.
- Complete D2 DVLA licence application form.
- Send both D2 and D4 forms to DVLA for acceptance and provisional licence issue.
- Register for C1 theory assessments (click here to book directly).
- Pass both theory assessments (Theory Questions and Hazard Perception videos).
- Register for a C1 practical driver training course with us.
- Complete practical driver training for on road experience and offroad reverse excercise training.
- Pass both DVSA Mobule 3a (reverse assessment) and Module 3b (practical on-road driving assessment).
- Done! Full C1 driving licence is issued by post from DVLA.
Why Choose driveRiches?
- Only ADI Approved Driving Instructors
- Only LGV Register Instructors Used
- Only ROSPA Gold Advanced Driving Instructors
- Emergency Response Driving Instructors
Whilst all of the above sounds a lot to do, it’s actually fairly straight forward. As part of our full package, we offer a full booking service to arrange and book your medical as well as offer a D2 licence application form checking service to ensure your application is approved first time. Once you recieve your provisional licence entitlement, you can then book your theory assessments. After both theory assessments are complete, we will arrange your practical training as well as all DVSA practical assessments at the Ipswich Driving Test Centre.