Plan, Inspect, Transport & Deliver

Become a safe, professional truck driver to help companies transport goods and raw materials.

Truck Driver Training

Truck Driver training

Businesses and the economy rely on professional truck drivers to transport goods and materials safely and in a timely manner. Truck drivers often work with manufacturing plants, distribution centers and retail facilities. They must perform inspection of their vehicles and some may even perform preventative maintenance. Depending on their specific job, some truckers are responsible for planning their routes. Truck drivers often enjoy lives of independence and financial security. 

The truck driver training program allows students to:

  • Train with industry professionals to learn how to drive trucks properly
  • Prepare to pass the Illinois Class-A commercial driver’s license (CDL) exam
  • Receive job placement assistance

Prerequisites: At least 18 years old, show a current Illinois Driver’s License with no outstanding or unpaid violations anywhere in the United States, meet the medical requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations or prove exempt status of not being subject to the regulations, meet the employment standards of the trucking industry.

upcoming classes

Class Day/Times Notes Course Code
Illinois Class A CDL (160 HR)

Jan. 8-Feb. 7
7 am-3 pm (M-F)

Prepare to pass the Illinois Class-A commercial driver's license (CDL) test. 

TRK 060 5001
TRK 060 5002

Illinois Class A CDL (160 HR)

Feb. 12-March 11
7 am-3 pm (M-F)

Prepare to pass the Illinois Class-A commercial driver's license (CDL) test. 

TRK 060 5003
TRK 060 5004

For more information, please complete the Truck Driver Training Interest Form:

Truck Driver Training Interest Form

Program Details

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Laura GregoryCoordinator of Employment & Job Placement
LaCretia KonanAssociate Vice President of College

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