As of February 7th, 2022, all drivers applying for a Class A CDL must complete the curriculum outlined in 49CFR Part 380 Appendix A. This program meets the requirements for the Class A theory portion of the required training. Additional behind the wheel (BTW) training will be required prior to taking the Class A CDL Road Exam through your State Driver Licensing Agency or authorized third-party test facility.
|Pre- and Post-Trip Inspections
|Backing and Docking
|Coupling and Uncoupling
|Extreme Driving Conditions
|Skid Control/Recovery, Jackknifing, and Other Emergencies
|Railroad-Highway Grade Crossings
|Identification and Diagnosis of Malfunctions
|Handling and Documenting Cargo
|Environmental Compliance Issues
|Hours of Service Requirements
|Fatigue and Wellness Awareness
Open enrollment after February 7th. This course is taught virtually through Blackboard – log in information for Blackboard will be created by NIT staff and given to applicants after registration for the course. All applicants will have 4 weeks from date of registry to complete the course. More time can be offered at an additional cost.