A high school diploma or GED is not required. Individuals must be able to read and write the English language, be over 21, be able to meet the federal Department of Transportation physical requirements, and have a valid driver’s license at the time of registration. Training is open to individuals 18 and over but has limited job placement assistance for individuals under the age of 21.
Prior to starting the course, individuals must provide a copy of their DOT physical and drug screen. It is recommended individuals obtain a copy of their Motor Vehicle Report from the Secretary of State’s office (Driver’s License Bureau) prior to starting the course.
The following may disqualify you from entering the truck driving workforce:
The 160-hour Parkland College Tractor Trailer Driver Training course costs $3,895 (books included). The Illinois Class A licensing fee is an additional charge of $50 to $150 depending on endorsements chosen. The DOT physical and drug screen is an additional charge of $100 to $125.
To receive a refund (less any expenses incurred), a student must withdraw in writing by the end of the second day the course meets.
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