Industry certification, Employment
Method of Delivery
Instructional Program (CIP)
The Mission of the school known as White Line
CDL Training is to educate future truck drivers in
the State and Federal laws, requirements, the rules that govern the industry, and to insure the
teaching of safe drivers. The graduates of this
program are qualified to be licensed by the state
for operation of commercial motor vehicles.
Enrollment is open to any Kansas resident over
the legal age of 18 who holds a valid Kansas
driver’s license and can obtain a Kansas
Commercial Drivers License Learners Permit
(CDL IP). Applicants must be able to read, write
and understand English as stated in the Federal
law, and must be of good moral standing with no
recent criminal convictions. The Department of
Transportation requires a DOT physical and UA
which is done at the beginning of the class.
New classes begin every 5 weeks, excluding
holidays. The program is five weeks in length, or
after the successful completion of 180 hours of
training. Classes begin at 8 am and end at 4:30
pm Monday through Friday with a half-hour
TUITION AND ENROLLMENT
Course: Truck Driver Training for Driving of
Cost: $2,650 for complete program including books, supplies, and the cost of the DOT physical and UA.
Other Costs: Student is responsible for costs of
learning permits from the State of Kansas and the cost of the actual CDL license and any endorsements from the State of Kansas. The school requires the complete cost of the program be paid in full before the last week of class or final completion of the program.
CURRICULUM AND JOB PLACEMENT
In this program the student will attend 45 to 90
classroom hours of training which will include
presentations from the Department of
Transportation, BNSF, learning the regulations
required of federal motor carriers, how to
accurately keep daily logs and become familiar
with the equipment of the trade. The driving
training will include range driving, defensive
driving, basic road skills and backing skills.
While this is a brief outline of the skills that will
be taught, White Line CDL Training strives to
teach professionalism. We hope that no matter
how many miles the student has driven after their
graduation their actions will always reflect back
on what the driving school has taught them.
During the program, the school will have
commercial trucking companies come to the
school for recruitment purposes. The school or
instructors in no way guarantee employment to
any student. Students will be informed of
companies that are hiring if the school has been
informed of such opportunities.
Program Length (Weeks)
WIOA Approved Program
Curriculum Competency Based
Help them to obtain their CDL
2626 South Rock Road, Suite 106
4 - Workforce Investment Area IV
Type of Attainment:
Class A CDL License
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
State and Private
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - KS Board of Regents
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
Total In-State Program Cost