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International Schools, founded 23 years ago by Larry Hobgood and Norma Thompson, provides training at eight campuses in Texas and one in New Mexico. International Schools not only values their staff and students but also believes in the mission of transforming lives through career education. Since their inception, they have trained more than 30,000 drivers.
CDL Training with International Schools
Our CDL Training: Class A Tractor Trailer program is an intensive 200-hour course that maintains a relaxed atmosphere conducive to learning while offering:
- Small class sizes for more personalized attention
- Flexible scheduling for busy students and professionals
- Top notch equipment for all training needs
- Lifetime Career Assistance for all students
During CDL Training students will learn:
- How to maneuver a tractor-trailer on the range and the road
- Defensive driving in various road conditions
- Accident prevention
- National and state weight and measurement laws
- How to maintain, inspect and operate commercial vehicles
- How to correctly implement motor carrier safety regulations
- Planning and execution of safe, effective trips around the country
Our course is ideal for anyone looking to obtain their CDL certification. All of our instructors are highly trained, experienced and willing to help students achieve their potential as Commercial Truck Drivers. Our campuses are conveniently located and our classes can fit around your schedule.
Benefits of CDL Training:
- Potential for higher wages and benefits
- Skills needed to become a fully employable Commercial Truck Driver
- Career advice from experienced instructors
International Schools Accreditations and Approval
- Approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin Texas.
- The Dallas, TX and Sunland Park, New Mexico campus are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
- Registered with the state of New Mexico Higher Education Department.
This school is regulated as a commercial motor carrier by the US DOT. It takes fewer than 300 hours to complete this program; therefore it is not eligible for Title IV funding. This program is not within the scope of ACICS Accreditation.
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Programs may vary by campus.