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B+E Trailer Training

New drivers will find at Sirens Driving Academy our towing lessons costs are very reasonable and that our trainers are first class, which will ensure you are fully prepared to pass your trailer test first time whether that’s in London, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex or Berkshire.




 Trailer Training in London with Knowledgeable Instructors


Like any good company it is important that your training costs include knowledgeable, experienced trainers who understand that your investment should return an end result. For us, that is the learner passing their trailer test first time.

With our towing lessons starting from as little as £47ph* for non corporate clients, you will find at Sirens Driving Academy that our trainers are not there to rip you off, but ensure you leave happy with a pass certificate in your hand so you can start your new career.

Our driving training courses (LGV/HGV & PCV Driver Training courses/PSV lorry driver training lessons) are based in UK. Our location makes our training lessons and courses easily accessible to people, and we provide driving training in many areas such as Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Middlesex, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Essex and many other areas of London.


Are There Any Hidden Trailer Training Costs?


We know at Sirens Driving Academy that you want to know what all the trailer training costs are, so we will not hide anything from you.

We will provide you or your company with a breakdown of the training costs and provide you with a detailed invoice or receipt, so you can make any claims to get money back from your company, tax or any training provider.

We will recommend how much training you need and will not insist you take a specific amount of training, which is not necessary. All of our courses are bespoke to you and you can rest assure that we can provide theory and hazard perception software within any training or LGV? PCV,  which we quote to you. 


Trailer Training Costs Broken Down


We have charges starting from £47ph. All of our trailer training costs include full public liability insurance, fuel and one of the best instructors money can buy.

An example of one of our bespoke courses are as follows;

Intermediate trailer course, including test day = £384

DSA Test Fee = £115 weekdays & £141 weekends

Total for 8 hours of training and weekday test is £499

If a training provider cannot tell you what the training costs are, then you need to wander if they know who the instructors are or if they are using a company from a directory.


Training Course Details


 Our courses usually fall into the below categories, which can be decided after assessment by us if necessary;

Beginner is a 12 hour course. This can be spread over 3 days of less where necessary.

Intermediate is an 8 hour course. This can be completed in one day if necessary.

Advanced/ Test ready is a 5 hour course. This is usually a one day course, with 3 hours training and then straight to test.


Our driving courses offer value for money. We never compromise on the quality of our teaching.

As you can see this course gives a breakdown of our trailer towing training and trailer towing lessons costs involved in obtaining your B+E trailer licence and you will access to instructors who care about you passing first time.

PCV Training

Choose Sirens Driving Academy for professional PCV driver training. We help you to learn new driving skills and pass your test and gain a PCV Licence. We understand the needs of people and therefore provide the best driving training to them. Our PCV Category driving courses are designed to assist individuals as well as other clients to get a driving licence easily and quickly. Our PCV training locations are good for people living in and around London, UK. You will receive friendly and one-to-one training from our instructors having years of high quality PCV training experience.

CPC Training

PCV training for Category D licence


Our objective is to offer complete support to people by providing them the best learning experience. Our PCV training is focused on the individual needs but if you represent a place of work that needs a team of drivers to be trained, please get in contact to see if we can arrange training course (HGV / LGV Training) that meets your requirements. We provide professional trailer driver training and driving instructions in many different licence categories in UK. If you want to know more about the driving lessons, trailer test or trailer training, please contact us, we will be happy to help you.


PCV Locations


Our trainers and instructors have been chosen for their exceptional qualities and for their driving experience and professional qualifications.  They have teaching knowledge and skills to help you to understand the basics. We offer trailer driving lessons and support in:



PCV Licence


We are proud to say that we are members of the following groups:

Driving Instructors Association (the DIA)
Motor Schools Association (the MSA)
Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM)
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident (RoSPA)

As a driving professional it is important to recognise that The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, requires employers to take appropriate steps to ensure the health and safety of their employees and others who may be affected by their activities when at work. As an emergency response or advanced driver there is the same legal requirement over the Senior Managers to ensure that staff are not only adequately trained, but actually have the correct categories on their licences to drive the vehicles in that class, such as C1 for Paramedics, D1 for Police or Class C for the Fire service.

Due to the changes in licences on 1st January 1997 the emergency services are reaching the point where their staff will not be able to drive Public Order carriers within the Police service, Ambulances and Fire Engines, due to the classification of vehicles that these all sit. The entry requirements for Paramedics differ, but the College of Paramedics do advise that most NHS and many private ambulance services make it a condition of employment that the candidate has a C1 licence, so finding that advanced training for an Ambulance or to drive a C1 vehicle is important.

The Police may soon be at breaking point, as even their advanced driving test does not give them the category to drive the public order vehicle, as this requires the D1 category and as such they will need to retrain their staff to pass this course.

Each licence requires its own set of exams to take, but all of this starts with a medical and the D4 form to complete and a D2 application for the provisional entitlement. Then there is the individual theory test and hazard perception. Some may argue this is just about making money, but being required to improve your knowledge is surely never more important than in driving. For any occupation it is important to recognise the risks and being an advanced driver does not guarantee your safety.

The Health & safety act is very clear that the employer has a responsibility to;

■ Assess the risks from work-related road safety in your organisation.
■ Produce a health and safety policy covering, for example, organising journeys, driver training and vehicle maintenance.
■ Make sure there is top-level commitment to work-related road safety in your organisation.
■ Clearly set out everyone’s roles and responsibilities for work-related road safety.

Those responsible should have enough authority to exert influence and be able to communicate effectively to drivers and others. I can see this is why the NHS and other emergency services want the required qualifications in place, as it shows a degree of responsibility on the individual too.

In driver training this would still need to be cross-checked and the advanced driving or response qualification is assessed every three years, which requires both a medical and practical examination. It is clear that the emergency services take their road risk responsibilities seriously and if you want to get ahead of the rest and get some first had emergency service driver training from the professionals, then look no further than speaking to us at Sirens Driving Academy on 07818 408336 or 0800 612 9538. If you prefer email us atenquiries@sirensdrivingacademy.co.uk

LGV Training

Sirens Driving Academy values its customers and offer LGV training in London. We help you to learn driving skills and pass your test in the professional manner. We understand the evolving needs of people and therefore provide reliable training to them.

To get an LGV Licence, you need to be at least 18 years of age and have driving Licence with Category B. An LGV is any vehicle that weighs over 7.5t – but there are smaller LGV’s too (3.5t vans etc.)




Effective LGV training for better learning


We are determined to improve the learning experience of the clients. Our friendly team of expert advisers will guide you throughout all the stages of obtaining your (Large Goods Vehicle) LGV Licence in London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex. We provide a vast range of trailer towing training, towing lessons and courses that are specifically tailored to meet your individual needs.


LVG training Locations

Our professional driving training services are on hand and we cover a wide part of the capital and the outer reaches of London. You can enhance your career prospects with this licence. We offer a bespoke service on all our driving lessons. The towing lessons will cover all aspects of safe towing. We also offer training and testing in London, we are happy to provide support in:



Visit our driving academy to try our vehicles and meet our expert training instructors.


Our Qualified Instructors


You will get friendly training from our qualified instructor having years of CPC/PCV/LGV training/ HGV training experience. We are committed to offer you the full range of HGV training/LGV training/ HGV driver training, Class 2, bus, coach, PCV, PSV training and Courses in London.

Areas Covered

We have qualified driving instructors. They are experienced in offering:

LGV/HGV training – Our qualified trainers offer LGV Training in London.

PCV training – Our trainers provide PCV training & courses in London.

Trailer towing training – We offer trailer towing lessons & courses to pass your towing test.

Trailer driving lessons – We offer trailer driving lessons to prepare you to pass the B+E trailer test.

B+E (Car & Trailer) – We offer B+E car and trailer training to individuals as per their requirements.


Areas we cover:








We offer trailer towing training, horse trailer towing, B+E courses and driving lessons all over London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex. If you live or work in London and want entitlement on your licence or want a licence to tow a trailer, then call us for PCV training / LGV training to book your driving lessons with us.


It is essential to make sure that you have the right type of training before you take the driving test in your region.

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