Many businesses and industries today are looking for drivers to help them meet their multiple transportation needs. From Stewart’s Shops to D.A. Collins, from small businesses to large corporations, there are opportunities all around our region for commercial drivers.
Our Commercial Driving courses will help you earn your commercial driving license, giving you the chance to get plugged into these many job opportunities.
- Entry Level Driver Training
- Commercial Driver’s License A Driving Session
- Commercial Driver’s License B Driving Session
- CDL - Hazmat
Next is to obtain your CLP (Commercial Learner's Permit) from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Once you complete CDL Entry Level Driver Training, schedule a permit test with DMV to take the written exam in the class you desire (Class A or Class B). CLPs are valid for 1 year only. A CLP cannot be renewed. After your CLP expires, you will be required to apply for a new CLP. This may include retaking any required knowledge tests. Click here for the DMV CLP webpage.
Step 3: DOT Medical Examiner's Certificate
Each student must have a valid DOT Medical Examiner's Certificate (MCSA-5876) and send it to the NYS DMV. This is required to be able to schedule and take your road test. Once you have your CDL, you will be responsible for keeping your MCSA-5876 current with the NYS DMV. For directions on how to schedule your physical and provide a copy of the certificate to the NYS DMV, click here.
Step 4: Behind-The-Wheel Road and Range In The Cab Training
Next is to complete the Behind-the-Wheel Road and Range curriculum from a training provider certified by the FMCSA.
30 Hours of one on one in-cab instruction
15 Hours of one on one in-cab instruction
If you are interested in being an instructor for this program, take a look at our employment opportunities by clicking here.
"I wanted to thank you and your staff for the streamlined process of obtaining my CDL. I wanted to reach out to you personally to give Kyle a lot of credit. He really is a great instructor and helped out tremendously."