CDL A Program

by Commercial Driver School
Classroom: 40 Hours (Week 1) Accident Procedures, Air Supply System, Backing, Basic Vehicle Control, Cargo Documentation, Cargo, Handling, Communication, Coupling and Uncoupling (5th wheel, pintle hook) Emergency Procedures, Skid Control & Crash Avoidance, Extreme Driving Conditions, FMCSR, Hazard, Recognition, Hazmat Cargo Handling and DocumentationHours of Service, Map Reading, Mirror Usage, Night Operation, Personal Health and Safety, Preventative Maintenance, D&R Problems, Proficiency in, Backing, Public, Customer and Employer Relations, Shifting, Sliding 5th Wheels/Tandems, Space, Management, Speed Management, Trip Planning, Vehicle Control Systems, Vehicle Inspection, Visual Search Lab/Range/Observation-70 Hours (Weeks 2 and 3) Accident Procedures, Air Supply System, Backing, Basic Vehicle Control, Cargo Documentation, Cargo, Handling, Coupling and Uncoupling (5th wheel, pintle hook, Extreme Driving Conditions FMCSR, Mirror, Usage, Preventative Maintenance, D&R Problems, Proficiency in Backing, Shifting, Sliding 5th, Wheels/Tandems, Vehicle Control Systems, Vehicle Inspection Street-18 Hrs/Backing16 Hrs/Proficiency-16 Hrs (Week 4) Backing, Basic Vehicle Control, Extreme Driving Conditions, Hazard Recognition, Mirror Usage, Night, Operation, On-Road Observation Time (3-to-1 ratio) Proficiency in Backing, Proficiency in Road, Operations, Shifting, Space Management, Speed Management, Visual Search
About Commercial Driver School
Company’s instructors – all experienced commercial drivers – provide top-notch, easy-to-understand classroom and on-the-road training for men and women who are interested in earning or renewing their Class A, B, and/or C CDLs. In order to accommodate their students’ busy schedules and preferences, new classes begin most every week and they offer day (6 am – 2:30 pm) and evening (3:30 pm-midnight) classes Monday through Friday.