Jump Start Trucking
What you'll learn
- Know the steps to get their Class A CDL
- Have a greater knowledge of the trucking industry and the need for qualified drivers.
- Have access to the internet.
Greetings! So you're interested in a career in the trucking industry as a truck driver. This course has been specifically designed for individuals looking to obtain their CDL and become gainfully employed in the future. After meeting me, the instructor, you will see that you have a qualified individual working for you. There are many steps to getting your CDL, but I have simplified them for you. With the videos, audios, documents and extra sources in this course, you will be better prepared to get your CDL, the job, and lifestyle that you want. Fifteen brief lectures cover the information that you need to know. We will cover each step in becoming a licensed CDL driver in chronological order. We begin by discussing your required CMV Medical Card and how to go about getting it. I will show you how to easily obtain your state's CDL study guide/manual with a clickable map that I've designed especially for you. You will learn about the types of truck driving schools, the various inspections, the jobs available to you, and many more fascinating facts. This course will give you a jump start. It's the first step in the right direction. Professional, qualified drivers are in demand. Are you the next one?
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in a truck driving career. This will take you through the steps required to achieve your CDL. This course will not physically teach you to drive a truck.
I am proud to be part of an elite group of drivers to reach over a million miles without a single preventable accident. I have impacted hundreds of successful drivers as a driver trainer. Working with new drivers has taught me a lot about the confusion in starting a career in trucking. With two decades of experience, I've driven almost everywhere in the lower 48 states with an 18 wheeler. I have the knowledge to help anyone mentally and physically capable of getting a new career in trucking lifted off the ground.