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Why Choose the ANU Truck Driving Program?
Train With Us!
In as little as four weeks, you can complete American National University’s truck driving program: Class A CDL for Tractor-Trailer* and begin a new exciting career. You will complete required classroom hours online during week 1 then proceed to training in-person with hands-on instruction to learn the necessary skills to pass the skills test. In the final week you will take the skills test necessary to obtain the Class A Commercial Driver’s License.
Skills training exam covers:
- Safe driving techniques
- Size and weight laws
- Backing up, parallel-parking, and docking a trailer
- Pre-trip inspection
- Logging hours and miles for driving
*This school is regulated as a commercial motor carrier by the US DOT and KY Dept of Transportation.
First two graduates of our Truck Driving Program (November, 2021).
In-Person Training Location
Our graduates have gone on to work at these companies:
- Alexandru Express Inc
- Central Transport
- Generational Trucking LLC
- Gordon Food Service
- Kentuckiana Transport
- Matt Johnson Trucking LLC
- Pinky’s Towing
- Riggs Farm
- Western Express
Who We Are
American National University has maintained institutional accreditation for over 60 years, providing an assurance that our degrees meet tested standards of quality recognized by employers, government agencies, and other post-secondary institutions. The CDL program is located at an ABHES site.
American National University, founded in 1886 in Virginia’s Roanoke Valley, has educated students from over 100 countries in our more than 136-year history. ANU offers a full range of career-oriented academic programs ranging from short-term diplomas and certificates through the master’s degree level, with courses offered on campus; online; and via live interactive video conferencing.
Cross The Country as a Couple!
Train with your spouse.
Married couple drivers make more money on average than a single truck driver. Financial benefits aren’t the only perks; there are safety benefits when having another person to help watch the road and you aren’t away from your family.
4 Week Program
160 Hours of Instruction
10+ Years of Instructor Experience