Guest Speaker: Lance Allcock, Director at L.A. Solutions (Training) LTD.
Have you wondered about becoming a lorry driver, but are unsure of how to go about it?
In this webinar we will guide you through how to gain your qualification, and how you go about becoming a self-employed lorry driver. This will be based on using your own vehicle and not contracting to another firm, where you are self-employed and driving their vehicles.
During this webinar, we will also be discussing:
• How to get your licence
• Vehicle costs and the ways to purchase vehicles to become a self-contained business
• How to stay in good repute with the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA)
• Tachographs and maintenance schedules
• ‘O’ Licence and the need for transport managers
• Where you can park your vehicle.
A Q&A will take place at the end for any questions you may have on becoming a lorry driver.
About the project
Fully-funded business growth advice is available for Greater Lincolnshire based small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) within the logistics sector, this includes the supply chains within these sectors.
It is challenging to grow your business which is why at MODAL Training Centre we offer business advice which is fully funded by the European Regional Development Fund, to grow your local business. If this is something you think your business would benefit from, join us on Thursday 15th April to find out how we can help you.
Director at L.A. Solutions (Training) LTD.
Lance Allcock has worked within the haulage business for over 24 years. Starting off as a driver for a small haulage company, until he moved onto driving for a national logistics company, coming a Transport Coordinator. Lance moved on and began driving for a plant hire company for four years, unfortunately he was made redundant and at this time decided to go self-employed.
Lance began training people to drive all the kinds of equipment that he had been lucky enough to have driven over the years, as well as doing this, he has also been a Transport Manager for a local company for several years.
Business Advisor within Ports, Logistics and Renewables
An Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Lisa has a wealth of experience within people and business management gained within global, national and local organisations, taking accountability for leading large teams of up to 400 employees to achieve business growth across large geographical areas. Lisa has a passion for helping businesses to identify their “area of opportunity” that enables business growth and people development.
Business Development Executive for the GAIN Project
Melissa has a wealth of knowledge within the maritime, ports, logistics and health and safety sectors.
Melissa is a positive, friendly, approachable and empathetic individual with excellent inter-personal skills. Having been the director of her own business for 15 years, understands the hard work and determination it takes to succeed in business.
She is passionate about helping businesses to access the fully funded advice and support that the GAIN project can provide.