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Market Leaders of Transport Training
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Sigma Studies Ltd. has over 25 years experience in transport solutions covering all aspects of transport training and HGV/LGV driver training in addition to offering DGSA consultancy services and Driver CPC Consortium.

At Sigma we recognise that our success is dependent on the success and satisfaction of our clients. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have dealt with us in the past and welcome those still to come.

Expert Driver CPC & DGSA Consultancy Based in Essex

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    positive review  Done my adr training there nice place good facilities and nice friendly people

    Richard Webb Avatar Richard Webb
    May 5, 2017

    positive review  A big thanks to sigma just completed my ADR refresher with Dave Collins excellent training well recommended!!!!

    Ben Booker Avatar Ben Booker
    May 9, 2019

    positive review  Passed my ADR today with Sigma. I would highly recommend this company. Our Instructor 'Lee' was great. He's a cross between Al Murray and Mr Tumble. He managed to make a boring subject enjoyable. Hats off to him. The facilities are great and all the staff were friendly and helpful. 5*

    Russ Hawkins Avatar Russ Hawkins
    January 11, 2019

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DRIVERS CPC for Professional LGV and PCV Drivers

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PCV drivers – from 9th September 2018 all commercial PCV drivers will need to complete 35 hours of training before 9th September 2023*

If you attained your Driver CPC card though grandfather’s rights by just doing 35 hours of periodic training and not the initial qualification (Module 2 and 4 tests) then you will need to renew your Driver CPC card by completing 35 hours of periodic training before 9th September 2023. If you have acquired rights for both truck and bus, then your deadline will be 9th September 2023.

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HGV drivers – from 9th September 2019 all commercial LGV drivers will need to complete 35 hours of training before 9th September 2024*

If you attained your Driver CPC card though grandfather’s rights by just doing 35 hours of periodic training and not the initial qualification (Module 2 and 4 tests) then you will need to renew your Driver CPC card by completing 35 hours of periodic training before 9th September 2024. If you acquired your card by passing the initial qualification tests Module 2 Case Study and Module 4 Practical Demonstration test, then your renewal date will be 5 years from the date of you passing your module 4 test. This will be on your Drivers Qualification Card.

*Failure to complete the training before these dates would mean that you would be driving illegally with a likely fine to be up to £1,000.00

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The 10 year-old tyre ban is coming into force in 2021!

November 10th, 2020|Comments Off on The 10 year-old tyre ban is coming into force in 2021!

The 10 year-old tyre ban is coming into force in 2021! As announced by the government, from February 2021 tyres aged 10 years and above will be banned on the front axes of lorries, coaches [...]

  • road safety

Multilateral Agreement M324 – countersigned by the United Kingdom

March 23rd, 2020|Comments Off on Multilateral Agreement M324 – countersigned by the United Kingdom

Multilateral Agreement M324 under section 1.5.1 of ADR concerning driver training certificates in accordance with 8.2.2.8.2 of ADR and safety adviser certificates in accordance with 1.8.3.7 of ADR (1) By derogation from the provisions of [...]

  • drivers

Operator suspended until inspections and roller brake testing confirmed

April 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Operator suspended until inspections and roller brake testing confirmed

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