CDL Class A / Heavy Equipment Training Program
CLASS A / HEAVY EQUIPMENT 360 CLOCK HOURS
- APPROVED FOR GI BILL® BENEFITS FOR ELIGIBLE VETERANS
- COUNTY TRAINING GRANTS (WIOA, BVR, BWC, TAA)
- PAYMENT PLAN
SECTION ONE: HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION
Heavy Equipment Operation provides students with the basic skills and fundamentals needed to obtain an entry level position in the Heavy Equipment field. Students will receive NCCER Core Curriculum and Level One certifications. Modular credit will be applied for NCCER Levels Two and Three. Certifications will be granted on various pieces of heavy equipment.
SECTION TWO: OSHA 10
This section will prepare students with the necessary information and education to receive their OSHA 10 Hour Construction Card.
SECTION THREE: CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
Classroom Instruction consists of introducing students to the trucking industry, its regulations, laws, taxes, and standards. It covers a wide range of subjects to strengthen the student’s knowledge in truck driving techniques, maneuvers and safety awareness.
SECTION FOUR: DRIVING RANGE
Driving Range instruction consists of teaching students how to properly maintain their equipment, couple and uncouple tractor-trailer combination units, perform vehicle inspections, practice various backing maneuvers to advance the students skill level.
SECTION FIVE: ROAD TRAINING
On road instruction introduces the students to various traffic situations and to various roadway systems to develop safe driving techniques. Students apply speed and space management, visual search, communication, shifting techniques, double clutching, progressive shifting, and defensive driving techniques to safely operate a tractor-trailer. A total of approximately 450 miles of on-road training is implemented to develop the students’ performance level.
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS: 360 Hrs.
FULL TUITION: $9,995.00
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: This program is designed for individuals who have no previous tractor-trailer experience and are seeking training to obtain a Class A CDL. It also includes training and certifications on the most frequently used heavy construction equipment. Training prepares students for the CDL Skills Test and entry- level employment as a tractor-trailer driver and/or heavy equipment operator.
Heavy Equipment: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
CDL Classroom: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Yard & Road: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
|Start Date||Expected Graduation Date||Holidays|
|April 19, 2021||June 21, 2021||Memorial Day|
|May 10, 2021||July 13, 2021||Memorial Day, July 5th|
|June 1, 2021||August 2, 2021||July 5th|
|July 6, 2021||September 3, 2021||None|
|July 26, 2021||September 27, 2021||Labor Day|
|August 16, 2021||October 11, 2021||Labor Day|
|September 7, 2021||November 12, 2021||None|
|September 27, 2021||November 29, 2021||Thanksgiving|
|October 18, 2021||December 20, 2021||Thanksgiving|
|November 8, 2021||January 27, 2022||Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|November 29, 2021||February 2, 2022||Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|December 20, 2021||March 1, 2022||Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day|