Professional Truck Driver Training

The SCC Truck Driving program is a four-week, 160-hour noncredit self-support course that emphasizes the knowledge and procedures necessary for the operation of tractor-trailers. Classroom theory and over-the-road training prepares you for the CDL Class A written and driving (skills) test. The program meets all minimum requirements for the state of Washington, and entry level requirements in the trucking industry. Students satisfactorily completing the course receive a Certificate of Completion. Tuition cost for the training is $3,900.

This program is offered Monday through Thursday from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM, and Friday from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM and/or 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Friday afternoon time is dependent on number of students enrolled.) SCC does not offer night or weekend classes for this program.

The 2015 class sessions are:

  • January 12 – February 11
  • February 23 – March 24
  • April 6 – May 5
  • June 22 – July 22
  • August 3 – September 1
  • October 12 – November 10
  • November 16 – December 17

We offer CDL Class A training with these endorsements:

  • Airbrakes
  • Combination vehicles
  • Tanker
  • Tanker trailers
  • Double and triples
  • Hazard material

Employers are waiting to hire graduates from this course, so sign up today!

For more information, call (509) 533-7112.


  • Students must be 18 or older
  • DOT Certified Physical required prior to start of class (referrals below)
  • DOT Drug and Alcohol Screening Test prior to start of class (referrals below)
  • Valid Driver's License from state in which student resides
  • Motor Vehicle or valid Abstract Driving Record – 3 years

Tuition: $3,900.

VA Educations benefits may be available. Please call (509) 533-7112 for information.
Please note: Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) does not support this program.

Other Costs:

  • SCC Parking Permit - $25.00
  • CDL Permit - $10.00
  • Knowledge Test - $10.00
  • Skills Test - $100.00
  • Permanent License after class completion - $95.00

DOT Certified Physical
Click on "National Registry of Medical Examiners" to find a certified examiner in your area or feel free to contact one of the agencies below:

  • Franklin Urgent Care Center: 5904 N Division St. Spokane, WA; (509) 489-1150
  • Occupational Medicine Associates: 223 E Second Ave, Ste. 102, Spokane, WA; (509) 455-5555
  • US HealthWorks: 2005 E 29th Ave, Spokane, WA; (509) 747-0770

DOT Drug and Alcohol Screening Test:
For your convenience, we have a work-relationship with the following agencies. Please call them for their current pricing and walk-in hours for the DOT pre-employment testing:

  • American Mobile Testing: 10905 E Montgomery, Spokane Valley, WA; (509) 838-7494
  • ARCpoint Labs: 357 E 3rd Ave, Spokane, WA; (509) 498-6797
  • Occupational Medicine Associates: 223 E Second Ave, Ste. 102, Spokane, WA; (509) 455-5555

What CDL Drivers Need to Know about 49 CFR Part 40 - Please visit:

For more information, please call (509) 533-7112

Students who wish to withdraw and receive a refund after enrolling and clearing cashiering must complete an official Withdrawal Form.

  • 100% refund, minus $7.00 processing fee, for student-initiated withdrawals three business days prior to the first day of class
  • No refund granted two business days or less prior to the start of a class. A business day is 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Register Online

Register by phone: (509) 279-6030
Toll Free: 1-800-845-3324

For general class information, please call (509) 533-7112.

For more information, call (509) 533-7112.

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