The training is a set of 2 courses designed to prepare students to take the written test at the DMV to obtain the Commercial Learner's Permit and then provide additional classroom & drive time training for students to take the Commercial Driver's License exam.
HutchCC also offers a CDL Certificate. This Certificate Program includes the two classes mentioned above plus AP135 CDL Advanced Driver Operations, AP133 CDL Highway Safety, and TR121 OSHA10. This certificate is financial aid eligible. (Tuition cost coming soon.)
January AP120 January AP131
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Entry Level Driver Training
The AP120 Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) course schedule is as follows: (4) 8 hour classroom days, held on 2 consecutive Fridays/Saturdays, typically the first 2 weekends of a month. This time is spent preparing students for the written test (taken at a DMV the week following class) for the Commercial Learner's Permit. Students must have this permit to enroll in the AP131 Road & Range course.
The AP131 Road & Range course will consist of (2) 8 hour classroom days held on the 4th Friday/Saturday of the same month. Up to 15 hours one-on-one drive time will follow with one of our trainers, at the end of which students will test. State guidelines require testing be done by an examiner other than the driving trainer. Hutchinson Community College is a State of Kansas approved 3rd Party CDL Testing Center.
The HutchCC CDL course fees do not include any DMV fees for tests, licenses, or endorsements. Please contact your local DMV for their specific fee information.
How do I enroll? Students must Apply for Admission (if this is the first time attending Hutchinson Community College) OR update an existing profile in order to be enrolled. Please apply as a Guest Student unless one of the other options applies. For convenience, you can use this link: Application for Admission Once you have completed this step, please contact Tammy Payne at email@example.com or 620-665-3550 so that she can enroll you.
When is the tuition due? Tuition is due 2 weeks prior to class start date. Students on the roster must pay the tuition in full on or before the due date to secure their spot in the class. If the tuition isn’t paid in full by the due date, it will be necessary to drop you from the roster, & the slot will be offered to the next person on the Wait List.
How do I pay the tuition/course fees? Details about methods of payment are provided in your Confirmation Letter once you are placed on a roster for the class. You can pay by check, money order, cash or card. Payments can be processed by mail or in person at 1300 N. Plum in the Business Office or by phone at 620-665-3509.
How do the new FMCSA regulatory changes affect me if I already have my Learner's Permit or Class A license before February 7, 2022? For your convenience, here's a reference page with information as well as some of the most frequently asked questions about the upcoming changes: Permit/Licensing Questions
Where can I find more information about endorsements? CDL Endorsements- KSDE.org