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Plan, Inspect, Transport & Deliver
Become a safe, professional truck driver to help companies transport goods and raw
Truck Driver Training
Truck Driver training
Businesses and the economy rely on professional truck drivers to transport goods and
materials safely and in a timely manner. Truck drivers often work with manufacturing
plants, distribution centers and retail facilities. They must perform inspection of
their vehicles and some may even perform preventative maintenance. Depending on their
specific job, some truckers are responsible for planning their routes. Truck drivers
often enjoy lives of independence and financial security.
The truck driver training program allows students to:
Train with industry professionals to learn how to drive trucks properly
Prepare to pass the Illinois Class-A commercial driver’s license (CDL) exam
Receive job placement assistance
Illinois Class A CDL (160 HR)
April 26-May 21 (M-F) 8 am-4:30 pm
Prepare to pass the Illinois Class-A commercial driver's license (CDL) test.
The class prepares students to sit for the Illinois Class-A commercial driver's license
Michigan-based singer/songwriter Abigail Stauffer will return to Kishwaukee College for a virtual performance on Thursday, April 15. Her performance will begin at 6 pm via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public.
Kishwaukee College recently awarded nine COVID-19 relief grants to local small businesses. Grants were made possible through a partnership between Kish College, Waubonsee Community College Small Business Development Center, and First Midwest Bank.