Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Training

  • Employment of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is projected to grow!

    As the economy grows, the demand for goods will increase and more truck drivers will be needed to keep supply chains moving.

    Spartanburg Community College Truck Driver Training Program is dedicated to preparing individuals for careers in the truck driving industry, to help meet the fast growing needs for qualified professional truck drivers. Your decision to enroll and acceptance to Spartanburg Community College Truck Driver Training Program will get you started toward a financially rewarding and gratifying career. It is our objective to help each individual reach their goal of a more secure, productive future, by becoming the kind of professional driver every company is looking for.

    Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Class A is six weeks for a total of 240 documented instructional hours and will qualify you to drive a tractor trailer.

    Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Class B is two weeks for a total of 80 documented instructional hours and will qualify you to drive a Box Truck.

    The training program includes:

    • Orientation
    • Pre-trip inspection
    • Coupling and uncoupling
    • Straight-line backing
    • Alley doc backing
    • Parallel Parking
    • Shifting and maneuvering
    • Road Driving
    • Safety
    • Defensive Driving
    • Log book
    • DOT rules and regulations
    • CDL examination preparation and testing
    • Job placement assistance

     

    Classes are held Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, with night driving hours scheduled as necessary to meet state requirements.Course dates are currently being finalized and will be posted on our website.

    Course Fees:

    Class A CDL Tuition - $3,999

    Class B CDL Tuition - $2,299

    Scholarship Funds may be available through Career Pathways. To apply for the class and any available scholarships, visit Corporate & Community Education located in the Tracy Gaines building on the central campus.

    For more information, please call 864-592-4900.