There are some job fields you can enter without much training. Truck driving is not one of them. You need to have earned a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) before you are able to drive a large commercial vehicle. At 160 Driving Academy, we offer thorough CDL training at an affordable price with focused instruction to help you pass your licensing exam easily, allowing you to start your new career off on the right foot.
Unlike other Boise CDL schools, we offer streamlined training that can be completed in just four weeks, which means you could be ready to start a new career with an average starting salary of $50,340* in just one month. But what does training for commercial driving look like and how do we structure our four-week training class? Keep reading to find out.
Boise CDL School Focused on Certification
At 160 Driving Academy, our class A training program is designed to be convenient for even the busiest people. Our four-week intensive is made up of four 40-hour weeks and is divided in to the following segments:
- One Week of Classroom Teaching: The first week of your training will take place in the classroom. During this time, our instructors will prepare you for the written portion of your exam. You will learn about the regulations, rules, and skills needed to safely operate a Class A commercial vehicle.
- Three Weeks of Driving Training: The last three weeks of your training will focus on what will make you a good truck driver: practice. Not only will our experienced instructors provide with the hours of observation you need, but you will also be able to practice for yourself by driving on roadways throughout Boise. You will drive on our own professionally-designed course, highways, interstates, and local streets graded for commercial vehicles.
Other benefits of choosing us as your CDL school include:
- Instructors Commited to Your Success
- A Four-to-One Student-Teacher Ratio
- Post-Graduation Job Search Assistance
160 Driving Academy makes completing your CDL certification easy. You can learn more about our four-week training program by calling our Boise campus today to speak to one of our caring staff members. You can also start the registration process by filling our our simple online form.