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Joliet, IL CDL Training

 

CDA, Commercial Driving Academy based in Joliet, IL, has given a start to a course program that will allow drivers to get Class A CDL in just four weeks. With our course, you will be prepared for the entire CDL exam, which features a written test and practical (driving) portion.

Upon completing your CDL training, you are provided with lifetime job assistance.

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    Truck Driving School in Illinois

    To get started with a lasting and profitable career in trucking, you need to obtain Class A Commercial Driver’s License. 

    Here is why you should opt for classes provided by Commercial Driving Academy:

    Professional courses Class A

    Professional Four Week Class A CDL Training


    You’ll complete your Class A CDL course after only 160 short hours of training. 

    During our professional four-week course, truckers grab the bite for passing both written and practical tests, later obtaining their Class A CDL. 

    As you complete week 1, you spend most of the time in the classroom with your instructor getting you ready for the written test. 

    During week 2, truckers move on to practicing on the driving range guided by your instructor. During this time you get to learn how to operate commercial vehicles firsthand. 

    Throughout driving sessions, students learn essential  professional skills such as straight line backing, offset backing, alley dock work, and a great many critical things you have to know in order to complete the driving portion successfully. 

    As you move through week 3 of training, you are allowed into the cab of the truck. Most of the week, you are deeply involved in practicing the driving skills you need alongside your instructor. The practice and the experience you will get during week 3 will help you become more confident, which is one of the key qualities of a skilled trucker. 

    Week 4 is about practicing on the range and bracing yourself up on the open highways! Your “life is like an open highway,” and you will learn how to handle it – you will cultivate skills such as entering and exiting freeways, keeping lane control, operating the truck in rural, suburban, and urban environments.

    As week four is coming to an end, you will be fully equipped to pass both the written exam and the driving part of the entire CDL exam. 

    “Passed my class A test on my first try after completing the 4 week course. The instructors are very knowledgeable and patient with you while your learning to drive. They give you all the time you need to practice your backing and pre trip inspections. I felt more than prepared for my test by the time I took it..”

    – Collin G.

    “Passed my class A test on my first try after completing the 4 week course. The instructors are very knowledgeable and patient with you while your learning to drive. They give you all the time you need to practice your backing and pre trip inspections. I felt more than prepared for my test by the time I took it..”

    – Collin G.

    START YOUR TRUCKING CAREER WITH CDL TRAINING IN ILLINOIS

    Class a Commercial Driver’s License is a big and substantial start to your trucking career. 

    Here are some benefits your Class A CDL will provide you with: 

    • Total job security and increased demand for truckers

    • Competitive pay right from the start with little education required

    • Gainful employment once you work with companies such as Walmart or Target
    • Autonomy; become a successful, owner-operator, and be your own boss.
    How to become a truck driver with no experience

    YOUR CAREER BEGINS WITH CDL TRAINING IN SOUTH CAROLINA,
    OKLAHOMA, GEORGIA and ILLINOIS

    Professional truck driver training in South Carolina, Oklahoma, Georgia and Illinois