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Truck Driving Training in Ohio

Are you ready to achieve your professional goals by obtaining a commercial driver’s license? Ohio Business College’s CDL training will give you the tools you need to reach your goal of becoming a truck driver. Get help from the knowledgeable, friendly admissions representatives at the Ohio Business College Truck Driving Academy. We’ll guide you through the enrollment process and get you behind the wheel fast.

What You Will Learn

Ohio Business College’s Truck Driving Academy offers instruction to students seeking to obtain a Class A Commercial Driver’s License. Our Class A CDL training program enters students into the commercial driver field as qualified second-seat (trainee) tractor-trailer drivers. Students who meet the 160-hour Class A CDL course requirements – including five days of classroom instruction, driving range practice, and on-road instruction – will become licensed commercial tractor-trailer drivers.

The career and earning potentials soar when you undergo truck driver training and take truck driver classes. At Ohio Business College, we offer an accelerated and short-term trucking program that will teach you the skills to obtain a career in trucking.

Classes start every other Monday, with weekend classes available.

Our Class A CDL training program is designed to prepare students for entry into the commercial driver field as qualified entry level second-seat (trainee) tractor-trailer drivers. Working in the classroom, on a protected driving range, and on the road with an instructor, students will build the skills necessary to successfully operate a commercial tractor-trailer through our CDL classes in Ohio.

CDL Training Admissions Requirements

In order to attend OBC’s commercial driver’s license training program, you need to meet the following requirements:

  • Have a current driver’s license
  • Be 18 years old (Intrastate), 21 years old (Interstate)
  • Have an acceptable driving record
  • Pass DOT physical and drug screen
  • Meet Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Parts 383 and 391

Career Outlook for Truck Drivers

According to the O*NET Online, employment of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is projected to grow 6% from 2016 to 2026, with a 5% increase in Ohio. Annual wages in Ohio range from $29K with a potential to earn $63K per year*. As the demand for goods increases, more truck drivers will be needed to keep supply chains moving.


Truck Driving Academy Campus

Our Truck Driving Academy is located at 5450 Salem Avenue; Dayton, OH 45426. Going to college in Dayton is easy and affordable. Let our friendly and helpful admissions staff walk you through the process as you discover all that OBC has to offer. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you start your path to a new career!