Clatsop Community College announces the addition of Professional Truck Driving training to its fall schedule of classes. Training prepares students to enter a wide variety of work in the transportation and logistics industry. Job opportunities include warehousing and local delivery as well as interstate truck operation for graduates who are 21 or older.
Students participate in training related to transportation and logistics. Upon completion of the four week, 10 credit program, students are prepared for the Class A CDL license examination, and typically complete this exam on their last day of class.
The CCC Professional Truck Driving program is offered in an intensive four-week, 40 hours per week format in cooperation with the International Institute of Transportation Resource, Inc. (IITR) Truck School from October 22 through November 16, 2012. This is a fee-based program with a total cost of approximately $4,700. Participants earn 10 college credits that can be used toward additional certification at Clatsop Community College.