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Mid Michigan College

1375 S Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625

(989) 386-6622 | Website

Commercial Drivers License (CDL)

Training in Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Class A, Class B, and specific endorsements are now available. Training is hands-on and designed to get you out of the classroom and on the road fast. Be prepared to test for your license in just three-weeks!

Mid Michigan College's CDL Short-Term Training combines classroom and hands-on learning methods. You stay engaged, involved, and motivated throughout the training, and learn key functions of vehicle systems, including diesel engines, auxiliary systems, brakes, drive train coupling systems, and suspension systems. Topics such as Federal and State requirements, safe and efficient operation, and the need for permits are also covered. Training wraps up with practice maneuvers and operations on a designated range and public roadway.

OTHER CDL TRAINING OPTIONS

To register for these training opportunities, complete the registration form and select the training you are interested in completing. Mid's Technical Education Center team will contact you with training details.

CDL Class B | Freeland

This 3-day training educates individuals with little or no experience how to correctly operate a Class B commercial vehicle. The training consists of vehicle inspections, shifting gears, managing speed, and managing space. Instructors prepare drivers for real life situations that can occur during highway, urban, rural, and interstate driving. Trainees learn how to properly change lanes, complete traffic checks, and execute other driving techniques.

CDL-A Doubles Endorsement

Trainees learn to inspect, load, drive, hook, and unhook doubles trailers. In just one day of classroom instruction, training participants are prepared to take the State of Michigan written test.

Training applicants must

Currently hold a CDL Class A

Have a current Med Card

Agree to background check

Have a DOT Drug Screen within 90 days of the training start date

CDL-A Haz Mat Tanker Endorsement

Trainees learn the Federal requirements for hauling hazardous materials, and become familiar with the general knowledge needed to pass the State written test. Training participants receive field training related to hooking and unhooking a tank trailer, inspecting a tank trailer, and driving a loaded tank trailer.

Training applicants must:

Currently hold a CDL Class A

Have a current Med Card

Have a DOT Drug Screen within 90 days of the training start date

Provide TSA finger print submission

Pass TSA background check

Founded in 1965, Mid has a long history of serving the community and offering quality educational experiences. Our lifelong learning opportunities, from short-term training to personal interest classes, engage participants and broaden horizons. Our small business services and connections to local industries foster economic growth. Our facilities and grounds encourage active, healthy lifestyles, are open to the public and include a fitness center, conference rooms, libraries, and walking and mountain biking trails.


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