What Will I Learn?

CSI Workforce Development & Training and Top Gun Truck Driving Academy are pleased to partner and offer top quality professional truck driver training programs for local driving and over-the-road employment. We will provide our students will the knowledge, training, and skills to be safe and successful professionals in the Transportation Industry. Your Success is Our Success

Description

CDL training is considered an essential service to keep our nation running properly. CDL drivers are currently listed as the 69th top in-demand occupations for Idaho with a continued need largely increasing every year through 2028.

In as little as four weeks you can gain the skills to work as a licensed Class "A" professional Truck Driver. Training will include driving time, classroom, backing instruction, and truck lab with observation time.

This training will be both in-person and online. Students will have 20 hours of Driving Instruction, 60 hours of classroom, 20 hours of backing, 10 hours of Road Observation, and 60 hours of Truck Lab.

*As with any of our courses these numbers may vary depending on the students' specific needs. All course sections may be modified to fit the needs of the individual student.

*Questions about CDLFinancial Assistance Options? See our FAQ Page.

*NOTE: If you are Spanish speaking and want to obtain your CDL License while improving your English skills, we have a program for you. Learn more!

This course is an Idaho LAUNCH approved training opportunity. Complete this quick FORM to see what you can qualify for.

Walk Away With

  • Certification of Graduation from Top Gun Truck Driving Academy
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development & Training.
  • Class "A" CDL License valid anywhere in the United States upon successful completion
  • Each student has the option of getting tankers, double & triples, and hazardous material endorsement (provided they qualify).
  • Job placement with a local employer. Top Gun Truck Driving Academy has a successful job placement of 97%.

Prerequisites:

The law states that students must be 18 years of age and have had a regular class D Driver's License for a term of at least one year. Furthermore, you cannot drive across state lines until you have reached the age of 21.

Registration Process:

  • Step 1: Schedule a consultation to finalize seat reservation by clicking HERE.
  • Step 2: Register online with CSI Workforce Development & Training

Both steps must be completed before a seat reservation can take place.