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Fuel Your Career
CDL Training & Truck Driving

Fuel Your Career
CDL Training & Truck Driving

CDL Training & Truck Driving


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Interested in moving into an in-demand, high-paying truck driving career? Or looking to refresh your truck driving skills? NWACC offers training in commercial delivery licensing (CDL) for new and experienced drivers.

NWACC's CDL program consists of classroom, theory-based instruction, and simulator and behind-the-wheel training to prepare you for federal and state regulatory and compliance requirements.

Paths offered:

  • CDL refresher courses, training and licensing for experienced CDL drivers
  • CDL training to prepare for CDL test and obtain Class A and B license for new drivers. Registration for this program has been paused. Contact us to be notified when registration opens again.

NOTE: To be eligible to attend school and obtain a CDL, you will need to have a regular driver’s license and be at least 18 years old. A commercial learner's permit (CLP) may be obtained at 18 years of age.

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CDL Truck Driving Refresher Courses

For Experienced Truck Drivers

NWACC's refresher courses are designed for CDL drivers who need to remove restrictions or who have been away from the industry for a while and need the training to help bridge the gap from when they stopped driving.

Registration for this program has been paused. Contact us to be notified when registration opens again.

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Full CDL Truck Driving Program

For New Drivers

NWACC’s full CDL program offers training to new, entry-level drivers and includes 160 hours of classroom, theory-based instruction and simulator and in-cab training.

Registration for this program has been paused. Contact us to be notified when registration opens again.

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NWACC offers a professional CDL training program that meets current state and federal requirements and produces quality truck drivers. NWACC offers on-site simulation exercises with a 24-foot trailer classroom and behind-the-wheel training using your equipment. Continuing CDL education—including hours of service and an electronic logging device—and post-incident safety-based training can be contracted for up to one year. Email CDLinfo@nwacc.edu to learn more.