Continuing Education

CDL Training

Our CDL Class A license training program is a comprehensive 245-hour classroom and behind-the-wheel program. The training covers DOT rules and regulations, pre-trip inspection, backing pad skills, and on-the-road skills. Completers who obtain their state license are qualified to drive tractor-trailers, dump trucks, tow trucks, delivery trucks, tanker trucks, and flatbed trucks. The final skills test necessary to receive a state license is administered by SLCC's state-approved examiners.

Requirements to enroll in SLCC's CDL A training course:
*Current Driver's License (with no holds or suspensions)
*Social Security Card
*DOT Physical
*Class A Learner's Permit with required Tanker Endorsement
*DOT Drug Screen Results
*18 years old or older

Options available for training:
*7-Week Day Program (Crowely, Abbeville, Morgan City, New Iberia, and Opelousas campuses)
*8 1/2-Week Night Program (Crowley campus)
*Assessment & Refresher Programs
*3rd Party Testing with Truck Rental

The American Trucking Association estimates a shortage of 50,000 truck drivers. Companies are hiring and offering good benefits and pay. Take advantage of this opportunity to drive your way to a better life for you and your family.

Interested in enrolling? Call 337-521-9028, email, or complete this Contact Form and we'll be in touch.

Watch the video below to learn about SLCC's Commercial Truck Driving program.

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