Truck Driver Training Program


Truck Driver Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

Help wanted! There is a critical workforce shortage of truck drivers at our heavily-congested ports.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (May 2020), the Los Angeles/Long Beach/Anaheim and Riverside/San Bernardino/Ontario metropolitan areas rank amongst the highest in national employment demand for heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers.  

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With a median-average-hourly wage of $22.66 and even higher-average-hourly wages of $33.41, now is the time to start a lucrative and exciting career in transportation. In California, you may be hired to drive a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) carrying cargo that originates and terminates within state lines if you are at least 18 years old, and to drive for interstate commerce or transport hazardous materials/waste if you’re 21 or older. In either scenario, you need to hold a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) in order to drive a CMV. In this comprehensive 10-week 170-hour course, you will obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the California commercial truck class "A" driver's license written exam and driving test. To complete your license requirements you must take the written exam and the driving test at the California DMV, which will be scheduled by your instructor.  To register for this class,  you must have a valid standard California Driver’s license.


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For more information or to register: 

Call 310-660-6460 

Text 424-279-4430 




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Community & Continuing Education

Social Science Bldg, Room 101 (SOCS 101)

Call: 310-660-6460

Text: 424-279-4430