Training Programs

 

training-programs

640 Professional Tractor Trailer Program

This course is designed for those who have little to no experience. Students will learn extensive knowledge about the transportation industry. Being a truck driver is more than just a career change. It is a lifestyle change. Obtaining the necessary skills to manage that lifestyle change is an invaluable part of being a successful professional truck driver. Areas of focus will include introduction to long haul trucking driving, time management skills, safety regulations, extreme driving conditions, trip planning, CSA 2010, FMCSA requirements, hazardous materials, properly securing cargo, special rigs, preventative maintenance, map reading, speed management, and sufficient drive time to allow students to progress towards obtaining their Class A CDL certificate.

The knowledge and skills provided will allow our graduates to pursue in demand employment opportunities including but not limited to solo tractor trailer driver.

160 Hour Tractor Trailer Program

This course is designed to prepare students for the minimum entry level requirements for obtaining their Class A CDL. Students will receive classroom, lab, range, and road instruction throughout the duration of the course. Graduates have the opportunity to be placed with a preferred major national trucking company and will enter into on the job training (OJT).

40 Hour Class B/P training program

This course has been designed for individuals looking to obtain their Class B CDL. Graduates of this program will be able to operate a variety of straight trucks and buses. A requirement of this program is obtaining your passenger endorsement.

Refresher Programs

Individuals that already hold a CDL Class A or B license and have not driven for a period of time can enroll into our customized refresher programs to get them ready to go back on the open road. Our refresher programs can be custom tailored to each individuals needs.