BASIC SKILLS EVAL 2 WEEK
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This course is focused towards the more experienced truck driver. Training takes you through the FMCSA requirements for Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) for Behind the Wheel instruction. Applicants must have completed ELDT Theory as well as show proficiency in all required areas before being scheduled for the CDL road exam. A skills evaluation will be offered for applicants who do not complete the requirements for FMCSA ELDT Behind the Wheel.
CERTIFICATIONS OR CERTIFICATES
- Upon successful completion, students have the opportunity to obtain a State of Alaska Commercial Driver’s License A or B
- ELDT Behind the Wheel Certification
LENGTH OF PROGRAM
- 80 hours (2 weeks)
FORMAT OF PROGRAM
- Monday – Thursday, 10 hours a day.
- One on one instruction
PREREQUISITES FOR ENROLLMENT
- 18 Years of Age or Older
- DOT Physical Card
- IA or IB Permit for a minimum of 14 days
- Valid Alaska Driver’s License
- Full Social Security Number
- Completion of the Theory portion of Entry Level Driver Training
- Preferred experience in a CDL vehicle prior to attending
It is the applicant’s responsibility to secure funding or provide payment for tuition and any training related costs. Additional costs not included in this price are, but not limited to: drug test and physicals, CDL permit and licensing fees, transportation, room and board, child care, etc.
$10,000 APPLY NOW!
ALASKA CDL MANUAL PDF:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/dlmanual/cdlmanual.pdf ALASKA CDL INFO:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/cdl/ ALASKA CDL PERMIT (CLP) INFO:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/cdl/commercial-learner-permit.htm ALASKA CDL VEHICLE TYPE, ENDORSEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/cdl/commercial-types.htm#class WHAT SELF CERTIFICATION IS:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/cdl/commercial-requirement-self-certification.htm WHAT A MEDICAL CARD REQUIREMENT IS:
http://doa.alaska.gov/dmv/akol/cdl/commercial-requirement-medical.htm WHERE TO SCHEDULE HAZMAT BACKGROUND CHECK:
The following information applies to all NIT vocational programs, and any continued education programs exceeding 80 hours: