Instructors possess the appropriate combination of educational credential(s), specialized training and/or certification, work experience, and demonstrated teaching and classroom management skills, which qualifies them for their training assignments. Instructional personnel meet all relevant accreditation, federal, state, local, and/or industry-specific requirements. And all Instructors have atleast 3 years of CDL experience.
In the CDL program you will learn basic control and several different driving techniques including: backing maneuvers, identifying road hazards, vehicle systems, diagnosing malfunctions, transporting cargo safely and performing commercial vehicle safety inspection. You will be engaged with classroom lectures, discussions, range and road experience, and maneuvers demonstrations. Some of the course topics include preventative maintenance and servicing, special situations, driving course, commercial drivers license skills test prep, general knowledge of the vehicle, and proficiency development. These, along with the other course topics, will prepare you to receive your CDL license.
49.0205 Truck and Bus Driver/Commercial Vehicle Operator and Instructor A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles and other commercial vehicles, or to instruct commerical vehicle operators. Includes instruction in operating gas, diesel, or electrically-powered vehicles; loading and unloading cargo or passengers; reporting delays or accidents on the road; verifying load against shipping papers; arranging transportation for personnel; and keeping records of receipts and fares.
Applications are due 7 days prior to the class start date.