Private Student Tuition Covers:
- Drug Screen
- Instruction by a professional adult educator utilizing videos, study sheets, and memory joggers in addition to hands on practice for skills and pretrip
- Behind the wheel: street & range Instruction
- One State Skills testing with Indiana CDL Training Center truck and trailer
Our team will listen to your needs and design a training program to fit your needs!
We offer training and pricing based upon your needs. Here are some of the trainings we have available:
- 1 to 6 students training to obtain their CDL at your site, Class A or B or upgrades to A (length of time variable depending upon your employees’ experience)
- 1 day: pretrip only intensive workshop
- 1 day: hazmat training for endorsement or continual certification
- 1 day: driver safety meeting (fulfill your mandated quarterly driver meetings with sessions tailored for your company)
- 1 day: driver remediation course
We also can help small companies with policy and procedures, compliance, and more! We are your safety department outsourced!
For High Schools:
Classes run the spring semester (or last trimester before graduation)
Student’s time split between classroom and behind the wheel instruction
The first part of the class will be dedicated to obtaining the driving permit. Students will have to be 18 before obtaining permit, not necessarily before starting the class.
The course work begins with theory, utilizing the PTDI text. Students will learn about best practices, laws, safety, and the profession of truck driving. Students will also be trained in job evaluation, interviewing, and life skills as pertains to this unique industry. Interview opportunities may be provided with local trucking companies. Students will be required to pass all written tests with at least an 80% as required by the state and federal requirements.
After the classroom portion and obtaining their CDL permit, students work on basic skills to pass State Skills Test:
- Pre-trip Inspection
- 3 point brake test
- Maueuvers – parallel parking, off set backing, backing
- Road driving
Indiana CDL Training Center does not just train students to pass the State Skills Test, we train students to safely and efficiently operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle. We will be teaching, demonstrating, practicing: coupling & uncoupling (Class A), shifting, handling cargo, extreme driving conditions, just to name a few. We also instruct students on how to evaluate job offers by breaking down salary, benefits, and bonuses. We are committed to the success of our students! After graduation, students are invited to join a Facebook group to see job opportunities, keep up to date on changes in law, and more.
Why choose to utilize Indiana CDL Training Center for your CDL training needs?
Indiana CDL Training Center is a frontrunner in CDL Schools. When fully implemented in February 2020 all states must require the following for entry-level Driver Training. Indiana CDL Training Center has met all of the requirements and we are just waiting to be added to the registry!
- All students must undergo a three-part curriculum comprised of theory, behind-the-wheel range, and behind-the-wheel road portion. These collectively embody approximately 30 subjects and require students to demonstrate proficiency in all subject and skills. All students must score at least 80% on a school-administered assessment before they can be certified to take the CDL exam
- All training providers must certify their students are proficient in skills curriculum before taking the CDL exam.
- All over-the-road instructors must have two years teaching or industry experience.
- All training providers must apply and be approved by the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) and be listed on the FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry. Students who are not certified by a school on the registry will not be able to test for a CDL.
All training providers must indicate how many behind-the-wheel curriculum hours the student completed on the student’s certificate.