7500 Millhaven Rd, Monroe, LA 71203
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Commercial Vehicle Operations prepares individuals for employment as professional truck drivers.
Commercial Vehicle Operations Program Description
LDCC Workforce partnered with Diesel Driving Academy (DDA) to provide the curriculum and instructors for LDCC. The Basic Driver Training Program covers behind-the-wheel training, and classroom work including traffic laws, backing & maneuvering the vehicle, pre-trip inspection, and how to be a safe driver on the road. Students will practice driving on our closed driving range, as well as on public roadways with a qualified driver instructor. Graduates of this program will be taught to perform the duties of an entry-level truck driver. Instructors are certified by the State of Louisiana as CDL Skills Test Examiners; holds Class A CDL with T,P,S,N, and H endorsements and have extensive over the road commercial vehicle driving and teaching experience. The CVO Training Program is open to students with no previous experience in the trucking industry. The CVO Program will cover the following:
Introduction to Trucking
The CVO program is 160 training hours; LDCC offers day (4 weeks) and evening (8 weeks) classes.
Be at least 21 years of age
Have a Current Valid Driver's License
Be legally eligible to work in the United States
Provide a Current Valid DOT Physical
Provide a Current Valid Negative result DOT Drug Screen
Provide a Current Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) from the Office of Motor Vehicles
Be able to read and speak the English language sufficiently to understand highway traffic signs and signals and directions given in English and to respond to official inquiries.
Have or be working on obtaining their Class "A" CDL Permit from the Office of Motor Vehicles
Louisiana Delta Community College is an open-admissions college offering multiple paths to higher education, career, and personal fulfillment.
Whether you are interested in an associate’s degree, a technical certification, or desire to attain your high school equivalency through the HiSET program – we can help you accomplish your goals. In addition, we offer Louisiana transfer associate degrees that allow all program credits to transfer to any Louisiana state college granting you automatic Junior standing. We even offer dual enrollment courses that allow high school students to earn college credit. With so many great options available, it’s easy to see why LDCC is the ideal choice to help you join the workforce or to continue your education.
We pride ourselves on offering a friendly, student-centered learning environment where our students can flourish. While our main campus is located in Monroe, LDCC offers eight campuses in eight different cities throughout northeast Louisiana – providing you with the convenience of attending classes close to home. Campuses are located in: Bastrop, Jonesboro, Lake Providence, Monroe, Ruston, Tallulah, West Monroe and Winnsboro. In addition, we offer the most affordable rates in the region to help lessen the cost of continuing your education.