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Commercial Driver License (CDL)

Launch Your Career in a High-Demand Profession With the Aims CDL Program

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Gain a competitive edge as an industry-recognized truck driver by earning Class A and B certifications. Get both classroom instruction and on-the-road training from top-notch instructors who will build your confidence while giving valuable insight into essential safety requirements.

From Commercial Learner Permit to Hazardous Materials Endorsement, gain knowledge about all aspects of becoming a successful truck driver today.

Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2024 Registration

Our Q1 2024 Classes for Class A are full and we are no longer accepting any new registrations. Registration for Q2 2024 (April-June) will open on February 12th,2024. Attend our information session on January 17th to have any questions answered and be prepared for enrollment.

Class Registration Information

Class A - Our Class A courses are registered Quarterly.

If you are interested in the Class A program, please click here to fill out the interest form.

Once the form is filled out, you will receive an email with information about the next CDL information meeting. 

Join us in our next information session to get all of your questions answered! 

Q1 2024 enrollment is currently full. Registration for Q2 2024 classes (April-June) will open on February 12, 2024.

Class B - Our Class B courses have open registration.

Please click here to view the Course Outline for Class B Courses.

Class B Courses are currently in open registration! Please print and fill out the Registration Form and then email it to Cdlinfo@deckblatt-bewerbung.net.

Once we receive your filled-out registration packet, we will start the clearance process.

Commercial Learner's Permit Course (CLP)

This program is for those who do not hold a Commercial Learner Permit (CLP). Daily classes are seven hours long, Monday through Thursday, to prepare the student to take their tests at the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicle). Upon earning a Commercial Learner Permit, completion of the program qualifies graduates to operate a commercial vehicle as a learner when accompanied by a driver who holds the proper class and endorsements for the vehicle on which they are training.

Class Length: 28 Hours
Course Cost: $625
Certificate Issued: Upon Completion of Course 

February 5, 2024
CLP Prep-(Commercial Learner Permit) Mon-Thu 8:15 a.m. - 4 p.m.


CDL Class A

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The Class A program is for those holding a Commercial Learner Permit (CLP).

The Class A program includes:

  • FMCSA training on federal regulations, with which drivers must comply for Record of Duty Status (Log Book).
  • FMCSA Level One inspection guidelines training, which drivers encounter once they enter the transportation industry.

Students study the various aspects of operating a CMV with an instructor. Afternoon classes are held in the classroom, covering rules, regulations, and obtaining certificates. This will allow students to be more marketable for their new career in the transportation industry.

Daily classes are eight hours in length.

Graduates receive a Class A CDL from the state DMV. Successful program completion qualifies graduates to work in an entry-level driver position.

Class Length: 120 Hours
Course Cost: $3,500
Certificate Issued: Upon Completion of Course 


CDL Class B

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The Class B program is for those with a Commercial Learner Permit (CLP).

The Class B program includes the following:

  • FMCSA training on federal regulations, with which drivers must comply for Record of Duty Status (Log Book).
  • FMCSA Level One inspection guidelines training, which drivers encounter once they enter the transportation industry.

This one-week course provides 40 hours of field training with an instructor in a class B vehicle.

Graduates receive a Class B CDL from the state DMV. Successful program completion qualifies graduates to work in an entry-level driver position.

Class Length: 60 Hours
Course Cost: $1,800
Certificate Issued: Upon Completion of Course 


ELDT

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(Entry-Level Driver Training) Hazardous Materials Endorsement Theory

This class will allow the student to take the CDL Hazmat test at the DMV. It is an FMCSA requirement to complete an ELDT Hazmat Theory course to take the Hazmat test at the DMV. We also offer the following ELDT-approved endorsements online: HazMat, Passenger and School Bus.

Course Cost: $150
Delivery: Online Class


Meet the Team

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Martin Rubalcaba

Program Director I, CDL Training Program
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Lynette Peppler

CDL Trainer, CDL Tester
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Terry Bertram

CDL Trainer
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Shane Lefforge

CDL Trainer
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Michael Pearson

CDL Tester

Xavier Leal

CDL Tester
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Scott McGuire

Part-Time: CDL Field Trainer