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Earn Your CDL

Are you ready to join a growing industry? Commercial Truck Drivers is one of the top 3 occupations with the highest number of available job postings. Take advantage and propel your career by earning your CDL Class A Driver’s License from NRTI.

NRTI prepares drivers with the all necessarily skills in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation (FMCSR) and Missouri state guidelines for licensure. Drivers enrolled in this six-week program gain hands-on training and course knowledge to handle and operate a commercial truck safely.

Begin your career in one of the most sought-after positions. CDL Truck Drivers have job opportunities locally and over-the-road. Starting salary for CDL Truck Drivers is approximately $45,000. No experience is necessary to enroll. See below for program details.

CDL Class A & Class B

Tuition, Fees and Supplies: Financial Assistance Available Up to 100%
Course Hours: 160 hours
Course Length: 6 Weeks

Graduates will fulfill the requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to handle and operate a commercial truck.

This course:

  • Provides the education and training dealing with the special knowledge requirements and handling characteristics of such large vehicles.
  • Teaches basic operations such as: vehicle inspections, shifting, backing and docking, plus so much more
  • Teaches advance operations such as: extreme driving conditions, hazard perception, and emergency maneuvers
  • Night classes offered March – October.
  • Veterans are welcomed.

Course Requirements:

  • Clean Driving Record
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Must Pass Physical
  • Mandatory Drug Testing
  • Preliminary Permit
  • Original Copy of Birth Certificate

*Cost Includes Tuition, Fees, Books and Supply costs. Financial assistance is available for qualified applicants.

The outcomes of this program are directly linked to the federal guidelines established for entry-level truck drivers which can be found in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation (FMCSR) and the state guidelines for earning the Class-A Commercial Driver’s License.