Applicants, please fill out the form below to receive your HazMat Certification per the FMCSA’s ELDT Requirements. If you need a hazardous materials (H) endorsement on your CDL and want to take the test at your DMV, this training satisfies that requirement. This training meets US DOT, TSA, PHMSA, and FMCSA curriculum standards for HazMat entry-level driver training (ELDT), and is listed on the FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry (TPR). Training takes about an hour and half to complete with automatic reporting to your State’s DMV (aka MVD, BMV, SOS, DDS, DSD, MVA).
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The Online CDL HaZmat ELDT Training Course will take approximately and hour a half to complete. Keep in mind some students may take longer than others as everyone learns at their own pace.
YES! Midwest Truck Driving School is approved to train in all 50 states other than the state of WA for the this specific course.
At Midwest Truck Driving School we go above and beyond to not only help students fulfill their ELDT Requirements but also set them up for success to pass their Hazmat Endorsement Test at their local DMV’s.
The salary of hazardous materials (hazmat) drivers can vary significantly depending on various factors such as location, experience, employer, and the specific responsibilities involved in the job. Generally, hazmat drivers may earn more than non-hazmat drivers due to the additional training, certifications, and risks associated with transporting hazardous materials.
On average, hazmat drivers in the United States can earn between $50,000 to $80,000 per year, but this can vary. Drivers with extensive experience, specialized training, and endorsements may command higher salaries. Additionally, the demand for hazmat drivers in certain regions or industries can also impact their earning potential.
It’s important to research salary data specific to your location and circumstances to get a more accurate estimate of how much hazmat drivers make in your area.
This course can be started anytime as is it open enrollment. Students can start the course 24/7 be filing out the form above and then hitting pay now and starting immediately!
There is no time limit on our trainings and students can take as long as they need and log in and log out at their leisure until they have completed it. Once they have completed the course they will be registered with the FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry (TPR) within 24 hours.
Upon completion of the Hazmat Course students will receive a PDF Certification with one business day or within 24 hours via email. At the same time students will also be certified in the federal database called the Training Provider Registry (TPR) where they can then go down to their DMV and get the Hazmat endorsement on their CDL.
Yes! Once students fill out the above form and hit “Pay Now” the next screen will ask you if you want to receive your Tanker Endorsements as well and click YES.
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