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TRUCK-DRIVER TRAINING

COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) TRAINING

Train in Cummins CNG-Powered Class 8 Heavy-Duty Trucks 

We innovate so our students can succeed. Train in modern, clean burning CNG semi-trucks to become a well-trained and professional commercial truck-driver!

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Access commercial driver license (CDL) training programs that deliver results! Select one of our programs to view available schedules, tuition and fees, and training locations:

Truck-Driver Training Programs

CDLMASTER℠ TRUCK-DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM

• Class "A" License

Automatic or manual transmission

• Hazardous Materials Endorsement

• Double Trailer

Endorsement

• Tank Endorsement

• 10-weeks / 160 hours

CDLLIFT℠ TRUCK-DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM

• Class "B" License

• Automatic transmission

• Hazardous Material Endorsement

• Tank Endorsement

• 5-weeks

• 80-hours

(non-passenger Class B)

• Class "A" License

• Remove an automatic restriction from you license

• Individual Training

• 2-weeks

• 10 contact hours

• Use of truck for the DMV road exam included

CDLPRO℠ TRUCK-DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM

Career Services

Career Support & Job Opportunities

We do the homework, so you don't have to! We do everything in our power to set you up for success, during training and beyond graduation. Throughout your educational program you will meet potential employers through live presentations and direct communication with hiring managers and recruiters.

All potential students should be prepared to perform the job duties of a cross-country truck-driver, which provides the adequate experience to transition into Southern California local and/or regional driving positions. 

SOME OF OUR INDUSTRY PARTNERS:

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of our CDL training programs, student-graduates will be able to

1. Demonstrate the necessary proficiency to sit and pass the State-administered Commercial Drivers License (CDL) road exam.

2. Transition their newly formed driving skills and credentials into entry-level truck-driver positions.

3. Demonstrate the necessary skills to safely inspect and operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) in addition to the job duties required by their new employer.

4. Possess the skill and knowledge to create upward mobility in the trucking industry.

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