Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers transport goods from one location to another. Most tractor-trailer drivers are long-haul drivers and operate trucks with a capacity of at least 26,001 pounds per gross vehicle weight. They deliver goods over intercity routes, sometimes spanning several states. Working as a long-haul truck driver is a major lifestyle choice because these drivers can be away from home for days or weeks at a time. They spend much of this time alone.
- Two Weeks – 120 Hours, Three Weeks – 150 Hours, Six Weeks – 360 Hours
Trainees come to the course after obtaining their commercial driver’s learners permit (CLP) and DOT physical. ... Continue Reading
- CDL – B Truck Driver Training is a 60 hour course covered in one week. Trainees come to the course after obtaining their commercial driver’s learners permit (CLP) and DOT ... Continue Reading
- A currently-licensed CDL driver is tested on his ability to conduct a pre-trip inspection and administered a backing skills test. The driver must pass both the re-trip and backing skills ... Continue Reading
- The 1 day DOT Log Book Training course includes:
￼Hours of Service
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
Post-Trip Vehicle Inspection
Daily Log Sheets
Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection
On Road Inspections
- This 6-8 hour seminar covers what a DOT regulated company would need to be compliant with the federal DOT Regulations.
- DOT Audit is a comprehensive audit of an entire DOT program. The audit identifies DOT violations and addresses how to correct violations, along with how management handles controls of their ... Continue Reading
- Long Combination Vehicle (LCV) training is a 5 day course covering:
Safe Operating Practices
- Reasonable Suspicion Drug and Alcohol Training is a 2 hour course that covers:
Understand the regulations that apply to reasonable suspicion testing.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of alcohol abuse and controlled ... Continue Reading