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Commercial Truck Driving (CDL)


10-Credit Summer Course Available

Summer CDLOffered at Itasca Community College by Hibbing Community College and ICC, two days per week in June and July 2018.

Courses Offered in Summer Program:

  • Commercial Driver License
  • Pre-Trip
  • Behind-the-wheel driving
  • Calculations
    Log books, axle weights, sliding axles and fifth wheel, trip planning, etc.
  • Hazardous Materials


This short, eight-week course is taught by industry veterans with combined experience of close to 200 years! The transportation industry is experiencing a 20% growth rate. This means higher wages, better benefits, and increased driver comforts.


We have employers seeking CDL holders in every job category. Local delivery, construction, pipeline, over-the-road, regional, and city/state jobs!

Call 218-262-7200 for more information on the summer course!


 

Full Program - Fall or Spring Semester

Semi TruckProgram Structure - HCC Partnership

Commercial Truck Driving (CDL) Certificate - Official Program Planner

Itasca Community College has partnered with Hibbing Community College to bring Hibbing's Commercial Truck Driving (CDL) program to Itasca's campus. Students can take all their courses* on the Itasca campus, but will earn their certificate from Hibbing Community College.

*Note: For the semester-long programs, students must travel to Hibbing for the behind-the-wheel training (approximately 13 times). 


To enroll in the program.

  1. Apply to Hibbing Community College's Commercial Truck Driving (CDL) program, and
  2. Contact Bill Marshall in Enrollment Services at Itasca Community College at 218-322-2340 or william.marshall@itascacc.edu about your plans to complete the program at Itasca Community College.

Program Description

The Commercial Truck Driving (CDL) program offered through a partnership between Hibbing Community College and Itasca Community covers rules and regulations of the Federal Motor Carrier Administration. The program includes: classroom education, behind the wheel training, and additional classes for commercial trucking. The required courses are offered at Itasca Community College and the degree is conferred by Hibbing Community College.
Admission Requirements (Prior to the start of class):

  • Approved Minnesota State Student Vehicle Use Agreement
  • DOT Controlled Substance Test