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Belmont College

68094 Hammond Rd, St. Clairsville, OH 43950

(740) 695-9500 | Website

Truck Driving Academy – CDL Training at Belmont College in St. Clairsville, Ohio!

Drive your career! Prepare for a high-paying career in up to five weeks!

Belmont College’s Truck Driving Academy, in partnership with OV Truck Driver Training School, offers a students a wide-ranging curriculum and training process to prepare them to pass the CDL exam. Students receive practice time behind-the-wheel from state-certified instructors licensed with the Ohio Division of Public Safety.

Licenses Offered:

Class A License – Training on any combination vehicle such as a semi-tractor trailer and hazmat endorsements.

Class B License – Training to be licensed to operate dump trucks, school buses, water trucks, and box vans. Note: Class B training is included in the Class A training at no additional cost.

Refresher Course – For current Class A/B license holders who require additional training to meet industry standards.

Commercial Truck Driving Training

The Truck Driving Academy serves Belmont, Harrison, Monroe and surrounding counties, and is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety.

Classroom Instruction Includes:

Textbooks

Workbooks and Materials

Vehicle Safety

Shifting

Log Book

Pre-Trip Preparation

Coupling and Uncoupling

Air Brakes

Weight Distribution and Proper Loading

Preventative Maintenance

Handling Hazardous Materials

Map Reading

Range Practice and Road Course Covers Skills Including:

Basic Control Systems

Safe Operating Procedures

Speed Management

Extreme Driving Conditions

Backing

Visual Search

Night Operations

Train for your Class A CDL in just five weeks*

Daytime classes available Monday though Friday at Belmont College in St. Clarsiville, Ohio

Workforce funds available to students who qualify**

CDL Test Included

Drug Screening/DOT physical required

Job placement assistance

*To enroll in this program, students must pass a USDOT physical exam, an alcohol and controlled substance test, have a valid state driver’s license and payment of proof of funding must be submitted before start of program.

**Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds are available to students who qualify.


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