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CDL Truck Driving (Hybrid Class)
Credential: Commercial Driver’s License, NC Dept of Transportation
The Truck Driver Training program at Beaufort County Community College will train students to drive a Class - A combination vehicle and prepare students for their pre-trip inspection, off road skills test and the driving test which are all components of the NCDMV commercial driver's license (CDL) exam. Through a partnership with Weyerhaeuser, the BCCC CDL Truck Driving class also teaches students how to safely maneuver with a log truck trailer.
The truck driver training program will train students to drive a combination vehicle (tractor trailer) with the anticipated outcome of obtaining their Class-A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). The program will include classroom instruction, track instruction, and behind-the-wheel driving. The course will take approximately 16 weeks to complete. At the completion of the class, students will be road-tested by Beaufort County Community College’s third party examiners.
The CDL Truck Driving Program is a 16 week, 384 hour, class that instructs students in both knowledge necessary to drive a Class-A and Class-B vehicles as well as hands on, over-the-road, driving experience.
Online hybrid classes are offered via Blackboard and can be completed from your desktop computer, tablet, and even your smartphone!
BCCC does not have a job relocation program but the program has guest recruiters, drivers, and representatives visit from various local and internationally based companies.
BCCC's Truck Driving Program has previous students driving for companies including:
McElroy Truck Lines, Inc.
Minges Bottling Group, Inc.
Coastal Beverage Co.
MCT Transportation, LLC
AND MANY MORE!
Access our BCCC Course Schedule
for a current list of course offerings.
To register students must present the following at the time of registration:
- CDL Class-A permit – this must be a current permit that will not expire during the program. This must be presented at registration.
- Valid DOT Health Card - to be presented at registration.
- DOT Drug Screen Results (Negative) – to be presented at registration. Must be within 30 days from the day of test to day of registration.
- Registration fee, $234.25 (online) (ALL documents must be submitted to be registered)
If students are interested in obtaining their Class B Passenger Bus endorsement, they will also need to obtain that permit, at DMV, prior to registering for the class (Class-B P-Endorsement).
Classroom hours will be completed online via Blackboard with students meeting for a one hour classroom session on Saturday morning and
labs/over-the-road driving on Saturday and Sundays.
All students, including refresher students, will need to purchase books and participate in the classroom portion in addition to the labs.
Students will be subject to random drug screening throughout the duration of the course, per NCDOT and NCDMV laws.
Books Package Includes: $118.00 (Located at the BCCC Bookstore - prices subject to change).
Textbook, Log Book Trainer, Logbook, Road Atlas, and FMCSR Pocket Book.
*book prices are subject to change without notice
(Random drug fee and accident fees are non-refundable upon enrollment).
ATTENTION: Students who have completed our program can search for hiring companies below! Also, contact Justin Rose for local companies that are hiring!
Funding assistance may be available through your local NCWORKS Center (formerly known as Job Link). For more information and an eligibility assessment, please click on the NCWorks Fee Waiver Funding link at the left.
There are also scholarships available through State Employees Credit Union, Golden Leaf, and the BCCC Foundation. Please click on the Financial Assistance link to learn more.
Individuals who qualify for the NCWorks Fee Waiver Funding link can be sponsored for the cost of the class and books. Golden Leaf applicants who qualify can receive up to $250.00 towards tuition and books. The BCCC Foundation scholarship can aid students up to $500.00 towards tuition and books. State Employee Credit Union applicants who qualify can receive up to $750.00 towards tuition and books.
For more information or to register, please contact:
Continuing Education Registration & Records Clerk