Credits earned at U.S. Truck Driver Training School may not transfer to another educational institution. Transfer credits or granting of advanced standing is at the discretion of the other institution. U.S. Truck Driver Training School will furnish transcripts to another institution at the request of the student. The ability to transfer credits from U.S. Truck Driver Training School to another educational institution may be limited.
Neither the Entry-Level Tractor Trailer Training Program 160 nor the Professional Tractor Trailer Training Program 602 accept credits from another institution or grant students advanced standing in the program based on prior experience.
The reason for this policy is to ensure quality training for the institution’s employment partnerships and to provide safety to the general public from unqualified trainees.
U.S. Truck Driver Training School, Inc. will review prior experience and training received from other schools or institutions. This will be determined by conducting a driver skills evaluation and verifying training through the FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry. Per federal regulation all Entry Level Driver Training requirements must be met at a proficiency level of 80% or above to be eligible to take CDL Skills Examination. Please note that U.S. Truck Driver Training School, Inc. may not grant credit for prior CDL training unless the training meets the minimum quality standards and rigor established by our institution and the FMCSA’s Entry Level Driver Training mandate established February 7th, 2022. For more information regarding the Training Provider Registry and the federal Entry Level Driver Training mandate, please visit Training Provider Registry (dot.gov)