Entry-Level Driver Training

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ELDT Class A

This course package covers the required units for the CDL Class A ELDT Online Theory and Behind-the-Wheel Assessment, as mandated by the FMCSA. Individuals who obtained a commercial learner's permit (CLP) on or after February 7, 2022, must complete this course before they can take their CDL skills test. Upon completion of this course, the results will be submitted to the FMCSA Training Provider Registry. Prior to providing any testing services, CDL testing centers will retrieve these results from the FMCSA Training Provider Registry to confirm the student has completed this course.

ELDT Class B

This course package covered the required units for the CDL B ELDT Online Theory and Behind-the-Wheel Assessment, as mandated by the FMCSA. Individuals who obtained a commercial learner's permit (CLP) on or after February 7, 2022, must complete this course before they can take the CDL skills test. Upon completion of this course, the results will be submitted to the FMCSA Training Provider Registry. Prior to providing any testing services, CDL testing centers will retrieve these results from the FMCSA Training Provider Registry to confirm that the student has completed this course.

ELDT School Bus

Individuals who wish to add a School Bus Endorsement (S) onto their CDL license will need to complete the ELDT Online Theory and Behind-the-Wheel Assessment before they will be permitted to take their skills test. Upon completion of the course, the results will be submitted to the FMCSA Training Provider Registry. Prior to providing any testing services, CDL testing centers will retrieve the results from the FMCSA Training Provider Registry to confirm that the student has completed this course.

ELDT Hazmat

Individuals who wish to add a Hazardous Materials Endoresement (H) onto their CDL license will need to complete the ELDT Hazmat Online Theory before they will be permitted to take their knowledge test for hazardous materials. Upon completion of this course, the results will be submitted to the FMCSA Training Provider Registry. Prior to providing any testing services, CDL testing centers will retrieve these results from the FMCSA Training Provider Registry to confirm the student has completed this course.

Washington State: This course satisfies the federally mandated ELDT theory requirement for the HazMat endorsement; however, the State of Washington also requires an additional state-approved 16-hour HazMat course.

ELDT Passenger

Individuals who wish to add a Passenger Endorsement (P) onto their CDL license will need to complete the ELDT Passenger Online Theory and Behind-the-Wheel Assessment before they will be permitted to take their skills test. Upon completion of this course, the results will be submitted to the FMCSA Training Provider Registry. Prior to providing any testing services, CDL testing centers will retrieve these results from the FMCSA Training Provider Registry to confirm that the student has completed the course.

Behind-the-Wheel (Range) Description: There are no required minimum instruction hours for BTW range training, but the instructor must cover all topics set forth in the BTW curriculum. The instructor must document the total number of clock hours (one clock hour for each 60 minutes of instruction) each trainee takes to complete the BTW range curriculum. The instructor must document that each trainee is proficient in all elements of the BTW range curriculum for the trainee to successfully complete this assessment.

Behind-the-Wheel (Public Road) Description: There are not required minimum instruction hours required for BTW public road training, but the instructor must cover all topics set forth in the BTW curriculum and must document the total number of clock hours (one clock hour for each 60 minutes of instruction) each trainee takes to complete the BTW public road curriculum. The instructor must document  that each trainee is proficient in all elements of the BTW public road curriculum for the trainee to successfully complete this assessment. The instructor must engage in two-way communication with the trainees during all active BTW public road training sessions. Trainees are required to demonstrate their ability to recognize potential dangers, be familiar with how to operate a CMV safely at night and in extreme conditions and know the causes of skidding and jackknifing and the techniques for avoiding and recovering from them.

Contact

Matt McCann
402-461-2550

Ryan Pfeil
402-461-2559
ryanpfeil@cccneb.edu