Commercial vehicle training, which provides instruction in the operation of commercial vehicles. Check with individual schools to find out what types of job placement services might be available. These training programs provide the following services:
A state-approved driver training program for entry-level tractor-trailer drivers. This 148-hour (minimum) course, which is consistent with national training guidelines, provides a combination of classroom, range, and on-the-road instruction.
A state-approved driver training program for straight truck drivers. This 74-hour (minimum) course provides a combination of classroom, range, and on-the-road instruction.
Drivers holding Class B CDL licenses can receive training to upgrade to a Class A license by successfully completing a 74-hour (minimum) course which provides classroom, range, and on-the-road instruction.
Each course helps prepare prospective truck drivers for CDL knowledge and skills tests. Vehicles are provided for students to take the CDL skills test. All tests are given at DMV test sites.
The Vermont Department of Libraries provides all academic, public, and school, libraries access to Learning Express, which includes resources for preparing for the CDL exam. Connect with your local library to find out how you can access this resource with your library card.
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Commercial Driver Training Schools
Pro Driver Training
60B Gonyeau Road
Milton, VT 05468
Phone: 802 893-4955
959 Sampsonville Road
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
Phone: 802 582-6103
Southwest Vermont Career Development Center
321 Park St
Bennington, VT 05201
Phone: 802 447-0220
Courses: Commercial Vehicle Training - Class B
Stafford Driver Training School
8 Stratton Road
Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: 802 770-1178
Courses: Commercial Vehicle Training