General truck driving with hands-on skill development
and instruction coordinated with the Department of Transportation. This course offers students both classroom and hands-on, in-the-truck driving instruction.
Is this course for you?
Students must be at least 21 years of age, have an
acceptable driving record, complete and pass a Department of Transportation
Physical Exam, have the ability to read, write and speak the English
language, and meet the requirements of the Motor Carrier Federal Safety
Regulations, Qualifications of Drivers.
What is covered in this course:
- Orientation and Basic Operation
- Basic Shifting and Backing Skills
- Basic Skills Drill and Safe Operating Practices
- Advanced Skills Drill and Advanced Operating Practices
- Maintenance, Non-Vehicle Activities: Cargo and Trips
- Accident Prevention and Procedures & Personal Development
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registration are three additional ways to register for Continuing Education courses.
To qualify for a CDL, students must register in both Professional Truck Driving I and Professional Truck Driving II.
Professional Truck Driving I
Subject: CDLT 9050
Professional Truck Driving II
Subject: CDLT 9055
Total Tuition and Fees: