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Licensed CDL drivers are in high demand, and with a minimal investment of time and money, EAC can prepare you to attain your license. We offer day, night, and weekend courses to fit your schedule, and our class sizes are small to provide an ideal student to instructor ratio.
Our highly qualified instructors will guide you through this comprehensive program which meets the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations. With the convenience of our on-site road/skills testing, you will be on the road in no time.
- Mashayla Kleinman, CDLApply Now!
Students enrolling in authorized career and technical education programs may be eligible for funding through AZ@Work.
Contact: AZ@Work (928) 432-6933
You will learn the ins and outs of the vehicle and essential road and vehicle safety procedures in the classroom. When you take a seat behind the wheel, you will put that knowledge to the test by practicing your driving skills in a closed course.
Depending on how quickly you acquire your learner’s permit and get your drive time in, you can be ready to test for your license in as little as twelve (12) weeks.
EAC offers a refresher course (CDL 110) for an additional 30 hours of driving and instruction for those who need more time behind the wheel.
A Career Where the Rubber Hits the Road
Median Salaries by Industry**:
Many opportunities will open once you get a CDL license. There is an increased demand for CDL drivers in various industries in Arizona and throughout the nation.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 6 percent growth in heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers between 2020 and 2030.
*Salaries can vary based on experience, endorsements, miles driven, and location.
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics - https://bit.ly/3CBcjKX
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics - https://bit.ly/3I5A678
This certificate trains students for entry-level positions in the high wage, high demand trucking industry. Students will be prepared to take the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (ADOT MVD) Class A Commercial Driver License permit exam. Endorsements covered include double and triple trailers, tank vehicles, and HAZMAT. Courses provide theory, application, and practice in closed course instruction. Students also complete 30 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to practice and develop the skills necessary to obtain a Class A CDL through ADOT MVD.
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