Red de Academias CDL

CDL Academy Enrollment Packet


Personal Information

Número de la Seguridad Social

Driver's License

Dirección

Contact Information

Emergency Contact Information

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE (CDL)

Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require that you must be 21 years old to drive commercial motor vehicles in interstate commerce. You must be at least 18 years old to operate a commercial motor vehicle in intrastate commerce. You must successfully pass the written and driving portion of the CDL examination.

The Class A CDL Program; Costs and Additional Training:

The Commercial Driver’s License Training Program (CDL) is a combination of classroom, range and behind the wheel training.

The total cost of the CDL program is $6500, which must be either paid in full, guaranteed by a funding source, or have a payment plan agreement set in stone before beginning class. Students, whose fees are being paid by a third party, will not be subject to the prepayment of fees. Students, who are paying the tuition installments, must make the minimum down payment prior to the start of class. The cost of the CDL program includes all study aids and use of CDL Academy equipment. In addition, the student, upon the successful completion of the CDL course, will be allowed to use the school’s equipment to take the driving portion of the CDL examination conducted by the nearest Arkansas State Police office conducting the testing. In the event the student must retake the driving portion of the CDL test, a charge of $200.00 will be charged for the use of the school’s equipment, fuel and personnel.

For the Class A Program:

  • Classroom training will consist of 40-50 hours of study and practical application of the laws and regulations governing the commercial truck driver. The 50 hours include the time needed for testing the students on the materials covered in class. A score of 80% will be required to pass the written CDL exam. The 50 hours of classroom training is included in the basis cost of the CDL program.   In the event the student requires additional hours due to tardiness, absences or failure to complete assignments, the additional hours will be charged at the rate of $60.00 per hour for the use of the schools’ personnel and equipment. -Range training involves the use of combination vehicles in mastering the skills of backing, turning, stopping, shifting, docking, inspecting and coupling/uncoupling the commercial motor vehicle. 60 hours of range training is included in the basis cost of the CDL program. In the event the student requires additional hours due to tardiness, absences or failure to complete assignments, the additional hours will be charged at the rate of $60.00 per hour for the use of the schools’ personnel and equipment
  • Each student will be required to complete behind the wheel driving (BTW). The BTW training is required to master the skills of piloting the commercial motor vehicle on city streets, two lane roads and on the interstate highway system. Turning, stopping, docking, merging, starting, fueling and safety issues will be stressed during the BTW time. In addition, each student will complete 20 hours of observation time during which they will observe the operation of the commercial motor vehicle as other students operate it. The BTW is included in the basis cost of the CDL program. The observation hours are included in the basis cost of the CDL Program.

REQUIREMENTS FOR COURSE COMPLETION:

In order for the student to be considered as a “Graduate” of the Class A course and receive a Certificate of Completion, the following requirements must be met:

  • Must complete classroom instruction with an average grade of at least 80% during the final evaluation on the written testing.
  • Must complete range training with an average score of at least 80% during final evaluation on the coupling/uncoupling, forward and reverse driving, pre-trip inspections, and alley docking. In addition, an average score of at least 80% is required on all written tests given by the range instructor.
  • Must complete BTW time with a score of at least 80% during final evaluation. The BTW instructor will advise the student on the skills that he/she will be graded on and advised of the areas that need improvement. Students will normally drive for one hour each, then rotate to the observer position. All students will have at least 20 hours of observation.
  • The Student must pass their Skills Test, receive their CDL from the Department of Motor Vehicles, and present it to the school staff to make a copy. All required fees, tuition and associated costs have been paid.

PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE:

We have contacts with numerous Motor Freight Carriers who have expressed an interest in hiring our graduates. Several of them will have recruiters present during the training session and will be interviewing potential candidates for employment. Every effort will be made to assist you in obtaining employment commensurate with your license and endorsements. As a graduate of the CDL Academy Training Program, we will continue to provide you with assistance in finding employment as a professional truck driver.

REFUND POLICY:

  • At completion of less than twenty five percent (one week) of the program, the refunds shall be made on a pro rata basis.
  • At completion of one week but less than two weeks of the program, the student shall be refunded not less than 50% of the tuition.
  • At completion of two weeks but less than four weeks of the program, the student shall not receive a refunded for the tuition.
  • At completion of two weeks or more of the program no refund is due the student.

 

DOWN-PAYMENTS ARE NON REFUNDABLE

IN THE EVENT THE STUDENT DROPS THE COURSE, ANY FINANCING CONTRACT IS

CONSIDERED PAYABLE UPON LEAVING THE CLASS, AND THE STUDENT WILL BE PRORATED AN AMOUNT EQUIVALENT TO THE AMOUNT OF WEEKS THE STUDENT COMPLETED IN THE CLASS, MINUS THE $600 DOWN PAYMENT.

 

DISPUTES:

Every effort will be made by the school to resolve conflicts between the school and the students. The Director of the CDL Program is charged with the responsibility to ensure that each student is given every opportunity to successfully complete the requirements of the program.

IF YOU, AS A STUDENT, ARE UNABLE TO SETTLE A DISPUTE WITH THE TRUCK

DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL, PLEASE DIRECT YOUR GRIEVANCES TO THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AT 423 Main Street, Suite 400, Little Rock, AR 72201 OR VIA PHONE (501) 371-2000

 

RULES OF OPERATION AND CONDUCT:

A student or a prospective student may be dismissed or barred from class for tardiness, drunkenness or consumption of alcohol on the premises, rude, vulgar or disruptive behavior in the classroom, or being inattentive during class. Inattentive includes sleeping, Reading other than class material, disturbing other class members, and talking on cell phones during class. Individuals dismissed from the course for violation of conduct rules may be readmitted at the discretion of the school administrator. Individuals under the influence of drugs or alcohol: will be terminated from the program and barred from future attendance.

Students are required to dress appropriately for the activities of the day. Cutoff jeans, T-tops/muscle shirts and open toed shoes are not considered appropriate for wear. Students are required to be neat and clean.

ASSIGNMENT TO STARTING CLASS:

Based on your application and the payment of the required fees, you have been accepted into the CDL Training program at CDL Academy Your scheduled start date will be provided in a separate document. The class starts promptly at 8:00am until 4:00pm. Your tentative graduation date will be provided in a separate document. Failure to complete the course requirements will extend this date.

 

READ ENTIRE CONTRACT BEFORE SIGNING

THIS AGREEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE CONTRACT BETWEEN CDL ACADEMY,

CDL TRAINING PROGRAM, AND THE STUDENT, AND ANY VERBAL ASSURANCES OR PROMISES NOT CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL BIND NEITHER THE SCHOOL NOR THE STUDENT.

STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

I acknowledge that I have been furnished a copy of the school enrollment contract, a school catalog, a copy of the tuition schedule and information regarding refund policies, grading, and class attendance and grievance procedures. I further agree to abide by the Rules of Operation and Conduct cited above. I understand all deposits and/or payments given to cdl academy are non-refundable. 

A copy is given to the student; the original is maintained by the school.

I, hereby acknowledge and accept the terms of this contract that has been presented to me on this day

Student Conduct

I understand that the following actions may be grounds for immediate withdrawal from CDL Academy:

  1. fighting, threatening and/ or intimidating, including verbal threats and extortion
  2. possession of weapons, look-alikes, or anything construed as being harmful to others
  3. “gang activity” while on campus, including but not limited to, hand signs, clothing, jewelry, graffiti, tagging, or any other related actions or behavior
  4. If am found to have plagiarized another person’s work, cheated on an exam or otherwise misrepresented my skills and abilities on assignments or other evaluations
  5. CDL Academy follows a zero-tolerance policy regarding drugs and alcohol. Students found under the influence of, in possession of or using alcohol, illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia or prescription drugs, will be referred to the local police department and/or be immediately withdrawn from the school.
  6. CDL Academy reserves the right to withdraw the student for any reason deemed necessary by the staff if the student poses a danger to others.

Educational Atmosphere

I will not have any item construed as being disruptive or nonessential to CDL Academy in plain view during instructional hours, unless deemed appropriate by the teacher.

I will turn my cell phone to OFF, VIBRATE or SILENT while in class and store my phone so that it is not in view of the teacher or other students.

I understand that I will not receive personal phone calls during school hours.

Campus Safety & Security

CDL Academy cannot and does not assume responsibility for any and all students’ personal property and items while on campus (e.g.: bikes, cars, backpacks, cell phones, MP3 players and other various personal electronic devices). Visitors are not allowed on campus without approval of administration. I will assist the CDL Academy staff in keeping the campus neat and clean by throwing trash in a garbage can. ANY DESTRUCTION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY BY A STUDENT BECOMES THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THAT STUDENT and may be grounds for automatic withdrawal from CDL Academy’s classes.

Attendance

CDL Academy recognizes the strong connection between attendance and academic success. Therefore, CDL Academy adheres to a strict attendance and tardy policy. Violations of the attendance/tardy policy will result in not receiving course credit. This attendance policy is signed on the first day.

Contract Acceptance

I agree to follow the items discussed in this student contract and by association the items discussed in the document.

I understand that CDL Academy may revise policies as new laws and/or the need occurs. CDL Academy will notify me of any changes through its classroom announcements, website, or other printed material. Changes to portions of this contract will not invalidate this contract.

I understand that violation of any of the guidelines or rules specified in this contract can result in my immediate dismissal from CDL Academy.

TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING COST & REQUIREMENTS

Truck Driver Training Admission Requirements

  • Complete Truck Driver training Application.
  • Complete CDL Academy Registration Form.
  • Pay Tuition.

    After Registration in the truck driver training program students will be required to:

  • Take part in a Department of Transportation (D.O.T) physical and drug screening in the first week of class.
  • Purchase a Class A CDL Packet as the Arkansas State Revenue Office.

Tuition, Fees, and Books payable to CDL Academy

Tuition: $6,500 or $6,000 cash

Tuition $6,500 financed or $6,000 Cash. Tuition or a minimum down payment of $600 must be paid to CDL Academy before attending the first day of class, and all paperwork must be completed. The Truck Driver Training Program is set up on a first come first serve basis. Enrollment in class is guaranteed by prepaying tuition.

DRUG SCREEN: $75.00 (Included in Tuition)

A drug screen in accordance with the Department of Transportation requirements is required of all students AFTER entering CDL Academy Truck Driving class. Each student is charged a fee of $40.00 (paid to CDL Academy) for the drug screen. Any additional testing is the student’s responsibility.

D.O.T PHYSICAL: $140.00 (Included in Tuition)

Federal Motor Carriers requires that you have a D.O.T. physical. We will send you to obtain your DOT Physical within the first week of class.

Fuel Fee: $300.00 (included in Tuition)

Miscellaneous:

Students will be given a manual upon entrance of class. If you have an Arkansas license, the CDL packet you purchase at the revenue office will contain a CDL Manual.

 

Other Fees (Not payable by CDL Academy):

Arkansas CDL PACKET: $50.00

CDL packets are obtained and paid for at any Arkansas State Revenue Office. Out-of-state students will be required to furnish a valid driver's license from their state of residence as well as an original birth certificate or U.S. passport to obtain an Arkansas CDL packet. You must purchase a CDL-1 Form (test packet) from the Department of Finance & Administration, Revenue Office. You will need a valid Arkansas Driver’s License and one (1) Proof of Legal Presence Document.

Act 922 requires the completion of a Human Trafficking Prevention Course for the issuance or renewal of a Class “A” CDL. This course will provide the education to complete this requirement. We will provide an instructional video and certificate of completion during your class time.

Retest Fees: If a student fails their final test, the second time there will be a Retest Fee of $200 to cover travel to the testing site, fuel and instructor. CDL LICENSE FEES: Will vary by state. The Class A Truck Driving program provides each student the opportunity to gain the knowledge and driving skills needed to obtain gainful employment in the truck driving field. The program provides training necessary to place a safe and competent student “On the road” with the knowledge and skills required to be a capable employee.

Length of the course: 160 hours the general objectives of the course are:

  • To train truck drivers to be competent in the performance of operating a truck for hire or in private business.
  • To teach the related parts of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations that pertains to the truck driving profession.
  • To instruct the students so they may enter and progress in the truck driving profession.
  • To teach the importance of employee-employer and employer-employee relationship.
  • To teach professionalism and customer security of load contents pertaining to departure, route and arrival times.

Course Content: Refer to Course Description Document.

Job Placement & Employment Opportunities:

Instructors and trucking companies stay in constant contact with each other as they review the graduating pool for each class. Recruiters from trucking companies come to our school to visit with students. Notices of job opportunities are filtered to instructors and then passed on to students.

Some Factors that can affect your job opportunities:

  • Your Driving Record
    • Have you had a DWI or DUI in the last 5 years? Some trucking companies’ insurance will not allow them to hire you under these circumstances.
    • Convictions of reckless driving/alcohol or moving violations in the past 3 years will be taken into consideration by any potential employer.
    • Have you ever been convicted of a felony? If yes, it could affect job possibilities.
  • Work History:
    • You should be able to provide a verifiable 3 year work history.
    • Any more than 5 jobs within the last 3 years could affect your job possibilities.
  • If you have been unemployed for more than 3 months, this could affect your job opportunities.
  • Local or over-the-road employment?
  • Most local driving companies require that you have at least one year of over-the–road driving experience.

Grade Point Average & Attendance Requirements

The truck driving student must maintain an 80% grade point average (GPA) and attend a minimum of 160 hours of the 160 hours scheduled to satisfactorily complete the course. Students exceeding 20 hours of absence that haven’t been made up will be dropped from the course and will not be allowed to use school vehicles for CDL testing. If the GPA falls below 80%, the student is not authorized to use state vehicles to continue training or to use state vehicles as a driving unit while performing required road testing.

Drug & Alcohol Screening Requirements

CDL Academy has the responsibility of training people to meet the employment needs of business and industry and has a genuine concern for the integrity of all students enrolled. In accordance with the Department of Transportation requirements, the following drug/alcohol screening policy is in effect for all applicants accepted for enrollment in the CDL Academy Truck Driving Program.

Each applicant must furnish proof of Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) physical. Instructions regarding the drug and alcohol screening will be given at CDL Academy.

  • Drug and Alcohol screen results must be negative.
  • No Students will be allowed to drive or operate equipment until these results are in the school’s possession.

Obtaining CDL Permit

All Truck Driving students must obtain a CDL permit within the first week of class. Out of state students will be required to furnish a valid driver's license from their state of residence as well as an original birth certificate or U.S. passport to obtain an Arkansas CDL packet. CDL manuals are available upon request at the Arkansas State Police Headquarters.     

 


Class A CDL Training Course

This course is a 4.5 week program, 160 hours total of range, classroom and over the road training.

It is recommended that you begin reading the cdl manual before class begins. Please bring pen, pencil and paper the first day of class. Contact 479-259-1806 for counseling regarding the truck driver training program.

Week One & Two: Training will be conducted in the classroom and on the range.

References: CDLM- SC Commercial Driver License Manual, Ver. 2.0

SM- Student Manual for Training tractor-trailer Drivers

FMCSR- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations

     A: Overview of the trucking industry -1 hour-classroom

     B: Training in Hours of service requirements -6 hours-classroom

Ref: SM 5.3, FMCSR part 395, Log books

  1. Driving hours
  2. Duty hours
  3. Sleeper
  4. 70 hour
  5. 80 hour

Students will complete log books each day. This will account for all hours of the day.

Must be signed by the instructor and the original will be maintained by the school. Students must keep the signed copy.

    C: Training on material to pass the CDL written test -16 hours-classroom

  1. The general knowledge test.
  2. The air brake test.
  3. The combination vehicles test.
  4. The hazardous materials test.
  5. For those students that are interested, training will also be provided on tankers and doubles and triples.

    D: Classroom training- vehicle controls and instruments -5 hours-classroom

  1. Vehicle controls

Ref: CDLM 2.2, SM 1.2

  1. Accelerator pedal
  2. Engine rpm range.
  3. Gear selection by rpm range
  4. Spin control and traction control
  5. Steering wheel
  6. Proper weight on steering axle.
  7. Skid control
  8. Proper hand position
  9. Wear in steering gear. C. Transmission Shifter.

 

Ref: CDLM 2.3

  1. Proper gear selection
  2. Rpm drop upshifting
  3. Rpm gain down shifting
  4. Using the speedometer to shift
  5. Shifting for hills and turns
  6. ALWAYS REMEMBER WHAT GEAR YOU ARE IN!!

 

  1. Clutch Pedal
  2. Checking for proper engagement
  3. “Double clutching”
  4. Clutch problems E. Braking controls

SM 1.2.3

  1. Service brakes
  2. Parking brakes
  3. Emergency brakes
  4. Engine retarders
  5. Different braking techniques

Ref: CDLM 2.15. SM 3.2-1

  1. Normal braking
  2. Stab braking
  3. Use of retarders
  4. Using runaway ramps in Emergency applications
  5. Stopping and slowing by means other than the service brakes
  6. Vehicle instruments Ref: SM 1.2.5 (handout)
    1. importance of instruments
    2. Basic instruments
    3. Pressure gauges
    4. Temperature gauges
    5. Warning devices
    6. Tachometer
  7. The vehicle mirrors Ref: CDLM 2.4, SM 2.1-3 a.
  8. Properly adjusted
    1. Firmly attached to the vehicle
    2. Clean
    3. type and replacement
  9. Safety training - 4 hours (classroom)
    1. Hazard perception —SM 3.1
    2. Speed and stopping distance. - CDLM 2.6
    3. CDLM 2.5, SM 2.2
    4. Use of and placement of warning devices and flares. CDLM 2.5
    5. Preventing fires. CDLM 2.18
      1. tires
      2. electrical system
      3. fuel
      4. cargo
      5. use of fire extinguisher
    6. Maintaining space. CDLM 2.7, SM 2.4
    7. Night driving. CDLM 2.8
    8. Driving in fog and rain. CDLM 2.9
    9. Railroad crossing. CDLM 2.12
    10. Alcohol and drugs. SM 5.5, FMCSR 392.5
    11. Cargo security. CDLM 3.3
    12. Speed management. CDLM 2.6, SM 2.3
    13. Extreme driving conditions. SM 2.6
      1. Cold weather. CDLM 2.10
      2. Hot weather. CDLM 2.11
      3. Mountain driving CDLM 2.13
    14. Accident procedures. SM 5.4 15. Personal health and fitness SM 5.8
    15. Truckers Against Trafficking Preventative Measures.
  10. Introduction to the commercial vehicle (range training) - 6 hours-range Ref: CDLM 6.3, SM 1.7, 1.4.3, 4.1.
  11. Indemnification of the major parts of the commercial vehicle (exterior)
  12. Indemnification of the controls and gauges on the commercial vehicle.
  13. Starting and warming the diesel engine.
  14. Identify warning alarms and the correct gauge reading.
  15. Demonstrate the 9 speed and 10 speed transmission shift patterns.
  16. Shifting the nonsynchoized transmission will be explained.
  17. Coupling and uncoupling of combination units will be demonstrated.

G: Introduction to the pre-trip inspection procedures. —10 hours- classroom/range

Ref: CDLM 10

  1. Classroom instruction on pre-trip requirements and proper procedures in conducting the pre-trip. —-2 hour-classroom
  2. Range training - Practical application on completing the pre-trip. —8 hours-range
    1. Instructor will demonstrate the correct pre-trip procedures.
    2. Each student will demonstrate the correct pre-trip procedure.

WEEK Three: Range and classroom training

H: Commentary Driving. 1 hour classroom training

Ref: SM 3.1

  1. Explaining the items to be identified
  2. Explaining corrective action to be taken. I: Range training - 20 hours-range training Ref: CDLM 11, SM 1.8, 1.6, Range score sheet.
  3. Instructor will demonstrate the correct procedure for backing and pulling forward.
  4. Students will practice pulling forward stopping on the end of course line and straight line backing.
    1. Students will idle the truck during the practice.
    2. Students will use the lowest gear available.
    3. Students will be paired with a buddy to assist in training.
  5. The instructor will demonstrate the serpentine pulling forward.
  6. Students will practice the serpentine pulling forward.
  7. Instructor will demonstrate the correct procedure for alley docking.
  8. Students will practice alley docking.

J: Instructor will explain and/or demonstrate coupling, uncoupling, moving tandems, and 5" wheel.

Ref: CDLM 6.3, SM 1.7

  1. Students will pre-trip vehicle after coupling as they would for an actual trip.
  2. Student will demonstrate a post trip inspection and complete an equipment inspection report.
  3. Students will move tandems and 5" wheel.
  4. Student will uncouple the vehicle.

K: Learning shifting and steering — Range/road training —8 hours Student drivers will use commentary to note all observed hazards, obstructions or other driver actions that interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle.

Ref: SM 1.8, 1.5

  1. Students will be taken out in groups of 4 and given training in upshifting, downshifting, turning, and braking.
  2. Each student will be required to master the correct procedures for each skill.

L: Classroom instruction -13 hours (classroom)

Ref: SM 4.1-57, CDLM 5.1

  1. Air brake system
    1. Parts
    2. Care and maintenance
    3. Inspections
    4. Testing
      1. Service brakes
      2. Emergency brakes
      3. Frenos de muelle
      4. Trailer brakes
    5. Hazardous materials. Ref: CDLM 9, FMCSR part 397
      1. The regulations
      2. The shipper
      3. The carrier
      4. El conductor
      5. Carteles
      6. Labels
      7. Loading and unloading
      8. Driving and parking rules
      9. Route restrictions |. Smoking
      10. Chlorine equipment. SM 5.5-9 :
      11. Railroad crossing
      12. Radioactive
      13. Chemtrec
    6. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. FMCSR
    7. Weight and balance loading and unloading cargo

Ref: CDLM 3.1 to 3.4

  1. Legal weight limits
  2. Balancing the cargo (Note: moving 5" wheel and tandems will be covered in range training)
  3. Proper loading
  4. Blocking and bracing the load
  5. Oversize loads
  1. Trip planning and map reading. Ref: SM 5.6
  2. Testing on combination vehicles, air brakes and general knowledge.

Week Four: On the road, range and classroom training.

Student drivers will use commentary to note all observed hazards, obstructions or other driver actions that interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle. (Ref: SM 3.1) Students will be assigned to a driving instructor at the ratio of 4 students per instructor. Students will be observing the operation of the vehicle when not actually driving. The instructor will question the students on the proper operation of the vehicle, signs, lane marking, potential problem areas in traffic and other areas that will provide the observing students an opportunity to advance their skills.

REF: CDLM 12.1

  1. Over the road training (BTW). 30 hours per student.
    1. Two lane roads
    2. Divided highways
    3. Left turns on city streets
    4. Right turns on city streets
    5. Changing lanes
    6. Merging into traffic
    7. Proper actions at scales
    8. Safely fueling vehicle
    9. Night driving (3 hours)
    10. Docking at a commercial dock
  2. Student observation

Students will observe the operation of the commercial vehicle in the areas indicated above. The instructor will comment on areas that the students should pay special attention to as vehicle is operated.

  1. Final testing for course completion.
  2. Student will be tested in automatic or manual transmission semi-truck
  3. Award of Certificates and Special awards
  4. 1 time back no pull up needed for all maneuvers - Congratulations
  5. 2 times back no pull up needed for all maneuvers - Congratulations and test date first available date
  6. 3 times back no pull up needed for all maneuvers - CDL Academy Hat
  7. 4 times back no pull up needed or all maneuvers - CDL Academy Hat, Shirt
  8. 5 times back no pull up needed for all maneuvers - CDL Academy Hat, Shirt, and Payed lunch 

A soft inquiry will be made on the potential student’s credit score to see if the student qualifies for a loan from one of our partners before given these options.

A $600 down payment is required for all loan plans and will count toward the total cost.

For students paying in lumpsums there will be a $6,000 payment made with no remaining balance. Any additional charges will be due upon the completion of course. The M.D.B. Foundation Scholarship of up to $500 may be applied to the remaining balance if said student completes the course with-in 60 days and qualifies for the program.

A soft inquiry will be made on the potential student’s credit score to see if the student qualifies for a loan from one of our partners before given these options.

A $600 down payment is required for all payment plans and will count toward the total cost.

For students paying in lump sums there will be a $6,000 payment with no remaining balance less any scholarships being due upon the completion of course.

The M.D.B. Foundation Scholarship of up to $500 may be applied to the remaining balance if said student completes the course with-in 60 days and qualifies for the program.

 

Funding Sources:

Arkansas Dept. of Career Education – 479-755-3300 – 400 Rogers Ave., Suite C, Fort Smith, AR

Arkansas Workforce – WAPDD – 479-785-2651 – 616 Garrison Ave., Fort Smith, AR

Oklahoma Workforce – 918-647-5598 - 1507 S McKenna Rm 503, Poteau, OK 74953

Cherokee Nation – 918-776-0416 – 100 E. Choctaw Ave., Sallisaw, OK 74955

Restore Hope - 100 Families – 1800-358-6329 – 100 Main ST, Little Rock, AR 72201

Financing:

We do not offer in house financing.

Financing available through various providers.

Leave this empty:

Signature arrow sign here

Signed by Max Avery
Signed On: July 27, 2022


Signature Certificate
Document name: CDL Academy Enrollment Packet
lock iconUnique Document ID: 2294be2b9abda0bbbb1bb48141a29df32fe44813
Timestamp Audit
July 8, 2021 5:07 pm CDTCDL Academy Enrollment Packet Uploaded by Max Avery - IP 64.137.179.34
July 8, 2021 5:12 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:24 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:28 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:33 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:36 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:38 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:45 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:46 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:49 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 5:52 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 6:07 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 6:14 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 6:21 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 6:23 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 8, 2021 6:26 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 9, 2021 11:01 am CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
July 9, 2021 12:49 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 9, 2021 2:00 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
July 15, 2021 8:40 am CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
July 22, 2021 3:30 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
August 1, 2021 1:19 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 72.18.38.60
August 9, 2021 12:52 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
August 9, 2021 1:33 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
August 10, 2021 7:05 am CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
August 12, 2021 9:53 am CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 98.187.172.50
October 20, 2021 9:19 am CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 64.137.179.34
July 27, 2022 12:09 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 64.137.179.34
July 27, 2022 12:11 pm CDTCDL Academy Team - added by Max Avery - as a CC'd Recipient Ip: 64.137.179.34