Semi Trucks

Truck Driver Training

Do you want to earn a living while traveling?  If so, our Truck Driver Training program may be perfect for you! Whether you want to travel locally, regionally, or nationally, be self-employed, or work for an established company, truck drivers are always needed which means there are always opportunities for employment.

In our Truck Driver Training program, you will learn how to drive tractor-trailers and trucks and have the opportunity to earn a Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL). The program will prepare you to understand safety, driver responsibility, and also the laws and regulations governing the motor carrier industry. You will get hands-on experience in a controlled driving environment so whenever you are finished, you will be ready to start your career. 

RCC's Truck Driver Training program is part of a partnership between RCC, Central Carolina Community College, and Sandhills Community College and is funded by the Golden LEAF Foundation.

Registration Information

The first class is projected to begin in January 2023. To find out more or to get on our interest list, please call 336-633-0268 or fill out our interest form.

Our Truck Driver Training program as two parts:

  • To enroll in the Truck Drive Training course, you will first need to complete a CDL Permit course. For upcoming dates, please call 336-633-0268.
  • After you have your CDL permit, you can enroll in the upcoming Truck Driver Training course (scheduled to begin in January 2023). You must also pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) Physical and Drug and Alcohol Screen.

All students must have a valid NC drivers license before enrolling in the CDL Permit course or Truck Driver Training course.

  • CDL Permit Course: $70.00

  • Truck Driver Training Course: $1,015.00 (includes insurance, textbooks, and DOT Physical and Drug and Alcohol Screen)

Scholarships may be available. To find out more information, please call 336-633-0268.

Contact Us!

Have more questions about Truck Driver Training? We're here to help.

Contact Workforce Development and Continuing Education at 336-633-0268.