Class A CDL Training – 5 Week Course

Professional Truck Driver Program for Ohio Class A CDL

Want to become a professional truck driver? In just 5 weeks we’ll prepare you for a new and in-demand career where you can earn up to $50,000 your first year!


Program Length: 5 weeks (200 clock hours)

Class Schedule: 7:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday
(part-time, weekend program is also available)

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old to enroll. Admissions Representatives will cover all admissions policies and entrance requirements.

Curriculum: Our CDL training is based off of industry standards. The full-time Class A driver training program includes 80 hours of classroom instruction, plus 120 hours of hands-on, behind-the-wheel training. Classroom, field, and road training are completed at the school training grounds. Students will participate in extensive practice driving on a specially prepared driving range and on local highways and city streets with a qualified driver instructor.

This course prepares students for entry-level employment in the transportation industry.

Tuition: Please Contact Us for Pricing.
Financial Assistance is available!

What Will I Learn About Truck Driving in this 5-Week Course?

The full time CDL course at Napier Truck Driver Training includes:

  • State traffic laws
  • Accident reporting and safety responsibility laws
  • Log book instruction
  • Maneuvering the vehicle
  • Pre-trip inspection
  • Safe driving practices
  • “On the road driving” with in-cab instruction.

Need a full-time Class A CDL training program on a part-time schedule? Check out our part-time weekend CDL training program!

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