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Lenape Tech Adult Education

2215 Chaplin Ave, Ford City, PA 16226

(724) 763-5916 | Alt: (724) 763-7116 | Website

Lenape Tech Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Program - CDL Driver Training

Driving a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) requires a higher level of knowledge, experience, skills, and physical abilities than that required to drive a non-commercial vehicle. In order to obtain a Commercial Driver's License (CDL), an applicant must pass both skills and knowledge testing geared to these higher standards. Additionally CDL holders are held to a higher standard when operating any type of motor vehicle on public roads. In partnership with PA Pride, LLC.,

Lenape Tech Adult Education’s CDL program will provide premier driver training services that will enable each student to obtain the skills to lay the foundation for a successful life on the road.. Together, we believe it is imperative that all drivers have safety and responsibility built in to their everyday driving habits. Whether your personal vehicle or becoming a professional commercial driver, Lenape and PA Pride are committed to providing the best training the industry has to offer.

CDL - 160 Hour Program

4 weeks of comprehensive training. The first (1) week of training will consist of classroom based training. During this week, you will learn the skills needed to pass your Class A permit test with your air brake endorsement. The remaining 3 weeks of training will consist of road and range training.

CDL - 200 Hour Program

5 weeks of comprehensive training. The first (2) weeks of training will consist of classroom based training. During these weeks, you will learn the skills needed to pass your Class A permit test with the following endorsements; air brakes, tankers, doubles/triples and hazmat The remaining 3 weeks of training will consist of road and range training.

CDL - 240 Hour Program

6 weeks of comprehensive training. The first (2) weeks of training will consist of classroom based training. During these weeks, you will learn the skills needed to pass your Class A permit test with the following endorsements; air brakes, tankers, doubles/triples and hazmat. The third (3) week will consist of general knowledge of driving in the Oil and Gas industry including safety and spill containment. The remaining 3 weeks of training will consist of road and range training.

80 hour Refresher training


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