• Professional Truck Driver

    Certificate

    The Professional Truck Driver program provides the necessary training for employment within the Transportation and Logistics field. Course work covers rules, regulations and practices, practical applications, customer service skills, and Commercial Driver’s Licensing (CDL) training provided in conjunction with the IITR truck driving school. This four class series is part of a statewide program designed to put you in the driver’s seat of an exciting career.

    Program Outcomes

    Upon successful completion of the program, students will have learned the necessary skills to take the CDL exam and be qualified for employment in the Transportation and Logistics industry.

    Careers

    Career opportunities include short and long haul trucking, delivery services, public transportation, supply and logistics management, and dispatching.

    For information contact Automotive at 503-594-3046 or David Bradley at bradleyd@clackamas.edu

    Professional Truck Driver

     
    • Complete the following requirements.

      • TAKE 4 CREDITS OF TTL-101.
      TTL-101 Introduction to Professional Truck Driving and Logistics 
      • TAKE 6 CREDITS OF TTL-121.
      TTL-121 Practical Applications in Professional Truck Driving and Logistics 
      • TAKE 1 CREDITS OF TTL-141.
      TTL-141 Transportation & Logistics Customer Service Skills
      • TAKE 6 CREDITS OF TTL-180.
      TTL-180 Transportation & Logistics/CWE 
     
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