Class A CDL Training
Professional Truck Driver Training for an Indiana Class A CDL
Our Professional Truck Driver Training Program is ideal for individuals with no prior knowledge or experience in the truck driving industry. Through our CDL Training course, students should gain the necessary knowledge and practical skills needed to become an Indiana truck driver. The material presented in our Class A CDL Training will allow students to take and pass the Indiana Commercial Driver’s License Test. Our training consists of a combination of classroom instruction as well as hands-on training in our practice yard and on the road at all of our DriveCo campus locations. This course prepares students for both the written permit and the behind-the-wheel exam in order to receive a Class A CDL. After receiving their Commercial Driver’s License, students will be eligible for employment as an entry-level driver.
Indiana Truck Driver Training with DriveCo CDL Learning Center provides students with job placement assistance. DriveCo works with a variety of nationally known carriers who are actively seeking out DriveCo graduates. Learn more about our Job Placement Assistance.
160-Hour State-licensed Class A CDL Training Program
Length: 4-weeks for full-time training, 10-weeks for part-time training. 160 hours total for both.
Class Start: CDL Training courses are offered every two weeks. DriveCo has training available weekdays, weeknights, and weekends. Upcoming class starts can be found on our class schedule.
Tuition: Contact us for pricing. Tuition Assistance is available to those who qualify.
Curriculum: The following is an overview of the topics covered during the Class A CDL Training at DriveCo CDL Learning Center:
- Truck Parts and Terminology
- CDL Written Test Material
- Department of Transportation Rules and Regulations
- Use of Maps and Reference Materials
- Principles of Safe Driving
- Pre-Trip Inspection
- Hooking and Unhooking
- CDL Basic Control Skills
- Shifting/Double Clutching
- CDL Driving