Commercial Driver's License Training

Newark Campus

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Program Details

Program Length: 5-weeks of daytime classes.  A few of the topics we will teach include:

  • Basic Operation of commercial vehicles
  • Range/Road Training: Night Operations, Extreme Driving Conditions
  • Personal Safety and Security for Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers
  • Safety Principals, Safe Material Handling and Equipment Operations, Quality Control Principals

Get on the Road to Success - In Just 5 Weeks

Dawn Career Institute now offers Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Training to prepare you to get your CDL Class A license.  This three-week course will teach students the operation of heavy tractor-trailers, including backing, parking and basic driving skills.  This course will also prepare you to take the written CDL exam required to obtain a CDL permit and license.

The material presented in this Class A CDL Preparatory Program is designed to enable you to take and pass the Commercial Driver’s License test in your state of residence. As a graduate, you will have sufficient skills and knowledge to find your first job as an entry-level Tractor Trailer Driver with a quality carrier. We partner with many companies that have in-house training departments that provide additional training to entry-level drivers.

Get started today and get on the road to success with CDL training with Dawn Career Institute.  Fill out the form above to learn more!

Commercial Drivers

Heavy tractor-trailer drivers with a commercial driver’s license (CDL) transport goods from one location to another. Driver schedules can vary widely depending on the type of route they travel. Drivers can travel local routes that can be completed within a day, or they can be assigned to longer trips that span several states and require several days on the road. Commercial drivers are required to adhere to state and federal safety regulations, and perform a variety of functions aside from driving. Drivers are responsible for securing cargo for transport, inspecting their trailers before and after a trip, identifying and reporting mechanical problems, and maintaining a log of their hours. Most commercial drivers work for transport companies, but some may own or lease their own tractor-trailers and work for themselves!

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