2 Different Course Options

4 Week Course
  • 1 week in the classroom to earn Commercial Learner's Permit
  • The remaining 3 weeks are spent on the truck for "hands-on" training preparing students for their Driving Exams Pre-Trip Inspection {learning every part of the truck & trailer and their function) Basic Control Skills (parallel parking, etc.)
  • Driving All trucks are manual transmission (students will be able to drive both automatic and manual trucks)
2 Week Course
  • For students who have obtained a Commercial Learner's Permit and need the hands-on training This course is at a much faster pace- we recommend with more advanced or experienced students


Licensed with Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges

Licensed Commercial Third-Party Skills Testing Site under TXDPS

Entry-Level Driver Training School

Job placement stats

2020-2021 School Year 176 Students completed the course

172 using their CDL

We assisted 84% with job placement

Things potential students should know

All CDL applicants needing Class A, Class B, Passenger, School Bus, or Hazardous Material endorsements must attend a licensed Entry Level Driver Training Program

Truck Driver Shortage across the USA

There is a lot of tuition funding available for those who qualify (Specifically through Alamo College)