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Class A Drivers with (1) month
Whether or not you need to take a CDL Class A Refresher Course can be confusing; the guidelines are different with each company. To add to the confusion, companies frequently change their guidelines and the industry as a whole continues to evolve.
It used to be … that if you needed a Class A refresher course you were, in a way, starting over. At the very least, you needed to take a step back before you could take a step forward.
It used to be … that the following standards were pretty much an industry guideline to determine whether or not you needed a Class A refresher course:
if you acquired your CDL Class A license and didn’t go to work with a trucking company within 60 days of your graduation date, you would probably need a 40 hour CDL refresher course.
If you were off the road for 12 months or more, you would most likely need to take a 40 hour CDL refresher course.
There’s Good News About The CDL Class A Refresher Course !
Mr. McCormack, I can’t begin to tell you how appreciative I am for what you’ve done for me. After I graduated from CDL school I went to work with a trucking company and they sent me home because of a ‘skills deficiency’. You made me realize that since they terminated me during training it would be difficult for me to get hired by another company, and you recommended that I go to a particular school that specializes in this area through their refresher course. This school is terrific – I had 1-1 instructions working on my weaknesses and now I’m ready to go to another company for orientation. This time I know I’ll succeed, thanks to you.”
Donald O. – Napoleon, Ohio
We will not submit your application to any trucking company until we speak with you personally. Once we receive your application, we will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your application and answer any questions before we proceed further.