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Welcome To Nottinghamshire Driving School

Nottinghamshire Driving School provide a variety of driver training courses including:

HGV/LGV Cat C & C+E, Module 4, B+E, EDC Trailer Training, Driver CPC Training, Cat C1 & C1+E, Caravan Towing, Horsebox Towing, DCPC, First Aid, Forklift, Cherry Picker and HI-AB training.Our training is provided in our own private off road driver training area where you can conduct all types of manoeuvres in a relaxed, safe and controlled environment.

Although we are based in Nottingham, we cover Leicester, Derby, Lincoln and South Yorkshire.

Book all your dates, then call us to pay over the phone or pay on arrival.


Courses Available 7 days a Week


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Please feel free to browse through our team of qualified instructors



Operations Director
Alan is in charge of overseeing all operations and training at Nottinghamshire Driving School. He has over 30 years experience working....Read More


Training Centre/Transport Manager
David has many years’ experience in the Transport Industry, starting at the bottom and working his way through the ranks to achieve the position of Logistics Manager.......... Read More
Kayleigh McClean

Kayleigh McClean

Office Manager
Kayleigh works in a very busy office where she organises all the bookings for B+E, C1+E, C and C+E training and tests. She also organises and arranges all the CPC classroom.... Read More
Paul Bown

Paul Bown

Teacher & Trainer Driver CPC
Paul has immeasurable experience in the transport industry. After leaving school he started as a junior in a distribution company, he later joined the Royal Corps of Transport.......Read More
Nigel Warren

Nigel Warren

Dean and Nigel are our first aid trainers. Dean was serving member of the Royal Engineers, a regimental medic class 3 and has been teaching since 2009. Nigel has been teaching since 2001..... Read More
Dean Warren

Dean Warren

Dean and Nigel are our first aid trainers. Dean was serving member of the Royal Engineers, a regimental medic class 3 and has been teaching since 2009. Nigel has been teaching since 2001......Read More
Nigel Ballard

Nigel Ballard

Teacher & Trainer Driver CPC
Nigel teaches all our classroom Driver CPC both at our JAUPT Approved centre in Nottinghamshire and he also goes to sites to teach CPC.......Read More

Kayleigh McClean
Paul Bown
Nigel Warren
Dean Warren
Nigel Ballard


Andry LincolnEmma Anthony
Andry LincolnAlan Lankford
Andry LincolnBen Furneaux
Andry LincolnNigel Ballard
Andry LincolnGary Smith

All the staff are very professional and friendly. I will certainly be coming back to do mine in the spring! Thank you NDS, highly recommended to all my friends.

Emma Anthony

NDS are a fantastic company and really well organised. Alan who gave me training for my B+E was a great explainer and polite. A big thank you from me!

Alan Lankford

I have recently passed my B+E thanks to Alan at NDS. A very professional and capable Instructor. Great value for money and would highly recommend to anybody wishing to expand on their driving skills.

Ben Furneaux

I had a DCPC course in August 2016. I found it very informative and will return in the future. Thank you NDS.

Nigel Ballard

I passed my trailer towing test last week with Alan from NDS. I highly recommend this company - First class instructors.

Gary Smith


  • Once I have passed Cat C & C+, how long before I find work?
    Currently there is a shortage of around 50,000 HGV/LGV drivers in the UK. Companies are happy to employ newly passed drivers. Give yourself the best chance of landing a job by doing your research and having a professional CV drawn up.
  • What's the minimum age for driving a HGV/LGV lorry?
    In line with the implementation of Driver CPC, In September 2009, the minimum age for driving an HGV (category C and C+E) vehicle was reduced to 18 years from 21 years. The aim of the reduction was to entice younger drivers into the commercial HGV transport industry. Read More
  • What is driver CPC
    Driver CPC means that once you beome a qualified HGV driver you will attend classroom based training that consists of 7 hour modules. You will be required to have completed 35 hours in every 5 years.
  • How much can a lorry driver earn?
    The average salary of a permanent, full-time UK LGV driver is currently around £27,000. A newly qualified HGV driver (cat C and CE) can expect to earn a salary in the region of £20,000 to £25,000 in permanent employment, whilst an experienced driver can earn in the region of £23,000 to £35,000+.
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  • How long does it take to become a lorry/HGV driver?
    Gaining HGV entitlement to drive commercially (categories C1 or C) takes smewhere in the region of eight to ten weeks from start to finish. This usually includes everything: (initial medical, acquiring your provisional licence, your theory training and testing, and your practical training and testing.) A large portion of this time is spent waiting for the provisional entitlement to be granted and theory test studying and test booking. Read More
Park House, Mile End Road, Colwick, Nottingham, NG4 2DW
0115 987 5507