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Education Details

CDL Class A
Award type: Certificate of Completion / CDL A License
Skagit City Trucking School

Program Details
Program Overview for CDL Class A
ETP eligible Click for more information on Eligible Training Provider
yes
School
Skagit City Trucking School
Program website
Program contact
Joe Hardy
(360) 982-2891
joe@skagitcitytruckschool.com
Program description
The program objective is to train qualified persons for a successful career as a Professional Truck Driver by providing thorough training on the knowledge and skills required for the safe operation of a commercial motor vehicle. Course will consist of 160 hours of instruction recommended by the Washington State Department of Licensing. Each training course hour will be no less than 60 minutes. There will be 9600 minutes of required training for course completion. This requirement meets and exceeds the minimum recommended hours of training by the Professional Truck Driving Institute (P.T.D.I.) Students will be required to attend training for 20 days, eight hours a day from 9:00am to 5:30 allowing half an hour for a lunch break. The Class A training program will be framed under the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administrations Entry Level Training Requirements in accordance with CFR 380.503 and the Curriculum Standard Guidelines for Tractor-Trailer Drivers set by the Professional Truck Driving Institute.
Financial Information
Tuition
$3,000
Tuition per credit
$3,400 for WorkSource Students, all costs covered
Total program tuition
$3,400
Books and materials
$100
Supplies, tools, uniform
$100
Program Information
Length of training
1 Month
Award type
Certificate of Completion / CDL A License
Clock hours
160
Locations offered
Main Location view map
Public transportation service: Skagit Transit


Offered evenings/weekends
yes
Offered onlineno
Entrance requirements
Applicant must be 18 years old, 21 years old if interested in interstate driving positions. All program applicants must be able to read, write and speak English, understand highway traffic signs and signals, converse with the general public, respond to official inquiries, and make legible entries on reports and records as required by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. Must be drug free and agree to drug testing requirements. Pass a Department of Transportation Medical Exam before starting the program. Have a valid driver license at the time of enrollment.
Certification/license required to work in this field
yes
Certificate of Completion / Commercial Driver's License
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
yes
CDL A License
Certification/license test preparation provided
yes
CDL Skills Test