CDL Training Programs
Whether you’re looking to go to Truck Driving School full-Time, want to attend CDL Training part-time on the Weekends, or just need a quick Refresher, we’ve got the right program for you.
We know that every person is going to have different needs and different availability, which is why we offer both full and part-time CDL training options. We also offer refresher courses for those who haven’t driven in a while and are looking to get back on the road. Check out the programs below and see which one is right for you!
5 Week CDL Training Course
This course is ideal for people who have 5 weeks for full-time professional truck driver training. No previous experience needed to enroll in this course, just a willingness to learn! In this course, our experienced instructors work with you to make sure you know the rules of the road and teach the the maneuvering skills needed to drive a big rig.
10 Weekend CDL Training Course
For those students who are currently employed, but looking to transition to truck driving as a new career, the part-time weekend course can be a great option! Like our 5 week course, no previous knowledge is required to enroll in this course. Learn about the all about what it takes to become a professional truck driver during your free weekend time and be ready for a new career in just weeks!
Class A CDL Refresher Course
Already got your CDL and have driving experience but want to brush-up on your skills, or looking to re-start your trucking career? Or maybe you’re new to the trucking industry and are looking for a little extra training? No matter the case, we’ve got you covered in our CDL Refresher course.
Our commitment to driver success means that we offer refresher truck driving courses to individuals who have recent experience with Class A vehicles. Any Napier graduate who desires additional training after graduation may qualify for enrollment in our refresher course.
To enroll in our any of our CDL programs, an applicant must be able to read, write and speak the English language sufficiently communicate with the general public. Applicants must also be able to understand US highway traffic signs and signals.
All applicants must be at least 21 years of age. An applicant between 18-21 years may enroll after individual counseling by the admissions office. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license from the state they reside.
The applicant will interview with an admissions rep who will explain the program in detail and discuss job opportunities.
Applicants must request a copy of all applicable driving records from the State(s) Department of Motor Vehicles. Each individual must also pass the department of Transportation’s Physical Examination, drug screen and meet the requirements of the Motor Carriers’ Federal Safety Regulations, Section 391 (Qualification of Drivers).