CDL Training – 120 Hours with a Learner’s Permit
The CDL Training class provides driver license training and testing information for the unskilled drivers who wish to have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and endorsements. This course will also provide information on federal requirements for the state’s standards for the licensing of commercial drivers.
To receive a CDL, you must pass knowledge and skills tests. This 120-hour hands-on training program requires a learner’s permit upon registration.
You will receive a certificate upon completion of the training, and trucking recruiters will be available to meet with students to provide information regarding job opportunities.
Students entering the 120 Hour CDL Truck Driving Program must:
- Have a valid CDL learner’s permit issued 14 days prior to the start of class
- Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age for a Class A CDL; age 18 and up for a Class B CDL license
- Successfully pass a chain of custody drug screen and provide results to the college
- Obtain a current Motor Vehicle Report (MVR)
- Pass a DOT Physical and obtain a Medical Card
Note: The DOT physical, drug screen and motor vehicle report (MVR) must be dated within 30 days of the first scheduled class day.
Licenses and Vehicles
- Class A license (manual or automatic transmission)
- Class B license (manual or automatic transmission)
The training includes hands-on instruction in the pre-trip inspection, backing exercises, and the road test. The student must submit a copy of the required documentation below at least one week prior to the start of class to the CDL office:
- CDL Learner’s permit
- Social security card
- DOT Physical (if applicable)
- Medical card (if applicable)
- Motor vehicle report (MVR)
- Chain of Custody drug screen
120 Hour CDL Training $2,212.50