The Class A CDL tractor trailer training course consists of 160 hours of classroom instruction, yard maneuvers, and on the road driving experience. This course is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in the trucking industry and meets transportation standards for individuals to enter the industry as an entry level professional driver. The course meets standards from the FMCSA’s Entry Level Driver Training and is accredited through the Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA). Course meets Monday through Friday from 8am – 4:30pm for four consecutive weeks.
One week Class A CDL refresher course for students that already hold a Class A CDL (Course includes 40 hours of classroom instruction, yard maneuvers, and on the road driving experience)
One week Class B CDL with air brake. Course includes license to drive dump truck, straight truck, road commission truck, utility vehicle and any Class B approved vehicle (Class includes 40 hours of classroom instruction, yard maneuvers, and on the road driving experience)
One week school bus Class B CDL with air brake (Course includes passenger and bus endorsement, and license to drive coach, school bus, passenger bus, transit and shuttle bus)
This class is designed for students that are pursuing anything that has to do with the forestry industry. During this course students will learn; Loader (Jamer) Training, Loading and Unloading Truck and Pup Trailer, Lift Axles, Steer axles, Drop axles,18 Speed Training, Maneuvering, Dropping and hooking, Wood Sorts, Forestry Operations, Weight limits/ Axle limits and job placement services.
*Use of all necessary books and supplies including handouts are included in the cost of tuition.
*All tuition and fees must be paid in full or payment plan set up prior to or on the first full day of class.
*Must be admitted and approved by a Midwest Truck Driving School’s representative.
*Call for any questions or details at 906-789-6311