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CDL LICENSE - CLASS A - TRUCK DRIVER
Please call 410-822-5400 ext. 2361 for current schedule
The purpose of the college program is to teach prospective professional drivers safe driving practices, proper handling of equipment, good customer relations, and other related areas of instruction critical to their success in the trucking industry. Content was developed with recommendations from professional drivers, supervisors, safety personnel, and industry executives who recognize the need for properly trained drivers.
- To prepare students for employment in the trucking industry.
- To provide students with the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes that will facilitate advancement in the trucking industry.
- To serve the trucking industry with a quality program of instruction.
There will be an evaluation on each skill taught. We also measure your attitude, judgment and coordination. Accumulative grade point averages (GPA) are calculated from all grades earned. GPA’s are issued to students at the mid-point of the program and at the end of the final session.
The college has 4 student driving tractors and trailers. Four trailers are 48’ x 96’. Preventative maintenance is scheduled regularly and equipment is updated every four to five years.
Your driving experience will begin at this site. Before driving on public roads, you are required to perform driving exercises such as shifting and moving the truck through a series of maneuvers. Road exercises include operating the vehicle in a variety of traffic situations. Instructors evaluate your performance to determine your readiness to advance to more challenging traffic patterns. Instructors may determine you are not able to continue a road driving session. If they do, they will drive the vehicle back to the range.
Students must complete the following in order to graduate from the program
-Attend a minimum of 230 regularly scheduled hours of training
-Successfully complete all classroom assignments
-Successfully complete all range assignments
-Successfully complete all road assessments
-Earn an overall GPA of 80% or higher
-Pass the Commercial Driver License Skills Exam at the Motor Vehicle Administration
CDL LICENSE - CLASS B - PASSENGER/SCHOOL BUS AND TANKER TRAINING
Any straight truck or bus with two or more axles and a GVWR of 26,001 pounds or more, and 15 or more passengers including the driver. Must be 18 years or older and not on provisional license.
Two part program designed to give the student the knowledge required to earn a Class B commercial driver’s license with passenger/school bus endorsement. The course introduces the student to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and industry standards required for operating commercial trucks and buses. The student is introduced to the required areas of study to obtain a commercial Class B learners permit for trucks and buses. Students completing all program requirements will be prepared to take the Class B Commercial Driver’s License with a school bus passenger endorsement.
Day Classes - Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30
Evening Classes – Monday through Friday 6:00-10:00
Bill Gilbert email@example.com 410-822-5400 ext. 2361
Ellen Troutman-Wallace firstname.lastname@example.org 410-822-5400 ext.2360
Frannie Phillips email@example.com 410-822-5400 ext. 2396
For additional information and details on our Class B CDL licensure classes, please visit our page here.
PROFESSIONAL CAPTAIN’S SCHOOL
(CG approved captain’s course)
This course is designed to get the mariner to the level as required by the U.S.Coast Guard to become a professional captain. This is a complete “hands-on” course with a certificate which is proof of competency for the Coast Guard “6 pak” license. All required subjects are covered, including rules of the road, navigation, GPS, LORAN, firefighting, boat-handling, marine communications, aids to navigation, and marine publications.The OUPV license allows a mariner to take up to six passengers on a vessel up to 100 tons and 65feet. Certification training is completed on the final day of class.Course fee includes an original Study Guide, materials, charts, use of plotting gear and the test. The class will be taught by a professional captain who is also a local waterman and charter boat captain. All students pay $850 course fee.
Course/Section Days Dates Sessions Time Location/Room Instructor:
CEI 266 9B
F 11/30, 12/7, 12/14/18 6-10 pm
Sat 12/1, 12/8, 12/15/18 8 am – 5 pm
Sun 12/2, 12/9, 12/16/18 8 am – 5 pm
WYE Mills/TBD John Sharp
For upcoming dates and times, contact Ellen Troutman-Wallace at 410-822-5400 x 2360 or firstname.lastname@example.org