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Commercial Driver Training Program
College Advancement & Economic Development

Truck Driver

Long Beach City College (LBCC), in cooperation with the State of California and the Harbor Trucking Association (HTA) and its employer membership, has developed a professional training program that will educate, certify and license students for employment as a short-haul Class A Commercial Truck Drivers with clearance to operate within our local port complexes. The training includes hazardous freight endorsement and CSA2010 safety review.

This 14-week program prepares students for a career as port containerized freight haulers and includes assisting graduates with placement within our HTA partner network of local drayage companies. Interested applicants are responsible for providing eligibility documentation that may require a processing fee, plus a DMV testing and licensing fee.

This program’s seven instructional modules include:
1. Introduction to Commercial Driving
2. Owner/Operator Entrepreneurship
3. Port Terminal Access & Procedures
4. Clean Truck Operator Maintenance
5. Hazardous Materials Certification
6. Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety
7. Commercial Driver Training & Licensing

Upcoming Cohorts:

Cohort 22: April 3-June 21, 2017

Cohort 23: May 1-July 19, 2017

Cohort 24: July 24-October 11, 2017

Cohort 25: September 18-December 6, 2017

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In August 2016, LBCC received a grant from the California Community Colleges' Chancellor's Office to continue the CDL program. 

"So far, the Harbor Driver Training Program has been successful, with 142 people completing the program to date and a 70 percent job placement rate."  Read More!        

For more information

Contact Workforce Development

(562) 938-3064