Truck Driving School requirements are an important consideration when deciding to attend cdl a training. The requirements below are some of the more common requirements a student will have to meet before attending their first cdl class

CDL Class Pre-Enrollment Requirements

CDL Class Graduation Requirements

Certificate of Completion

Upon graduation, you will receive a Certificate of Completion and assistance in obtaining your Commercial Driver License (CDL license)

Attendance Policy Highlights

Incomplete Policy

Veteran Policies

Roadmaster is also Approved for Veterans Training. Student eligibility for Veterans Education Benefits is established by the Veterans Administration. Initial eligibility and continued eligibility during enrollment is determined by the VA. The following policies are applicable to students receiving VA Benefits:

Truck Driving School

Veterans' Attendance Policy Highlights

VA approved students must adhere to the same attendance policy as other students attending Roadmaster truck driving school. In addition to the attendance policy stated in the official catalog, students receiving VA benefits in order to attend Roadmaster Drivers School must also adhere to the following:

Standards of Satisfactory Progress for VA Approved Students

Students receiving VA benefits are required to maintain satisfactory progress to remain in good academic standing. Satisfactory Academic Progress for VA students is defined as follows:

Veterans' Refund Policy

The refund of the unused portion of tuition, fees, and other charges for veterans or eligible persons who fail to enter a course, withdraw or discontinue prior to completion, will be made for all amounts paid which exceed the approximate pro rata portion of the total charges that the length of the completed portion bears to the total length of the course. The proration will be determined on the ratio of days or hours of instruction completed to the total number of instructional days or hours in the course.

*Proof of (1) secondary education; (2) successful completion or equivalent of one full-time academic semester or quarter at an accredited postsecondary school; or (3) proven ability-to-benefit by obtaining minimum acceptable Scale Score (SS) as follows: TABE Form 9 or 10 Survey Level D: Reading 528 and Vocabulary 522. The Education Department administers the test. An applicant may take a second entrance test the same day providing it is a different Form number, otherwise, the applicant must wait (3) days prior to a retake of the same form

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