Class B CDL Training

Looking for Class B CDL training?

C1 offers a 2-week Class B CDL training program in-person at each of our locations. We believe in smaller class sizes to provide focused instruction to our students. This helps to ensure all classroom requirements are met and that the hands-on skills portion of learning to operate a Class B vehicle is mastered in compliance with Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) standards and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations.

C1 has over 35 years of experience in providing CDL training to drivers and, unlike much of our competition, training drivers is all we do! If you're looking to get a Class B CDL license, rest assured you'll receive top-notch instruction from training professionals at our locations in:

  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Fort Worth, Texas
  • Springfield, Missouri

Class B CDL Vehicles & Driving Jobs

Obtaining a Class B CDL license opens the door to many types of driving jobs within the transportation industry. By completing Class B CDL training at C1, you'll be permitted to drive:

  • Straight Trucks
  • Buses
  • Garbage Trucks
  • Dump Trucks
  • Delivery Trucks
  • Cement Mixers
  • And More!

Class B driving jobs are always hiring and most of them provide opportunities that get you home daily/nightly along with very impressive pay potential. If you have an existing employer or employment opportunity, C1 can work with the company to ensure our Class B training program fulfills all their specific requirements. Additionally, some companies hiring Class B drivers offer reimbursement opportunities or may even help cover the upfront training costs. The friendly team at C1 is also happy to help find Class B driver jobs in the area.

How Class B CDL Training Works

Our 2-week Class B CDL Training program consists of 1 week in the classroom and 1 week of behind-the-wheel instruction. All students are trained by instructors with years of experience in the industry who teach the skills and incorporate methods in compliance with ELDT standards. While our Class B training schedule may vary at times, typically we start new classes each week, and training is primarily conducted during the hours of 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM at each of our locations. Students must come to training with a valid DOT Physical in hand and must also obtain a CDL permit prior to beginning class.

Class B CDL Training Reviews

C1 Truck Driver Training has helped many drivers learn the skills needed to obtain a Class B CDL license. In addition to that, we work with several companies hiring Class B drivers to ensure they're able to meet their needs in onboarding new employees by sending drivers through our CDL training program. Here's what some of these drivers and companies have to say...

"As an operator of one of the largest private motor carrier fleets in North America, Clean Harbors understands the value of having well-trained drivers behind the wheels of our vehicles. C1 helps us accomplish that through their outstanding driver training programs. Regardless of our demands at any given time, C1 accommodates every request. They make us a priority and act as an extension of our company. The trainers are friendly and knowledgeable, and our drivers leave their rigorous program ready to hit the road. C1 is truly a premier school and an important business partner for us."

Angelika Mangino and Rick DiVuittono
Driver Recruitment & Engagement Managers at Clean Harbors

"My company, Hinckley Springs in Fishers sent me to C1 Truck Driver Training to get some hands-on training and to obtain my Class B CDL. I completed the 2-week course and obtained my CDL. My main instructor James was outstanding. The support staff always answered any questions and was extremely friendly. C1 wants to give you the best opportunity to succeed."

Brian Martin

"C1 is AMAZING! My instructors Victor, Dion & James were extremely helpful out on the range and on the road! Wouldn't have gotten my Class B without them."

Kyle Brickey

Paying for Class B CDL Training

We help each of our students determine the best way to pay for Class B training. Many individuals choose to pay out-of-pocket for their training to give maximum flexibility when choosing an employer. Other students may already have a job lined up with a future employer and be able to receive reimbursement or assistance with upfront costs. No matter your specific situation, the team at C1 Truck Driver Training will work with you to find the best payment option that fits your needs.

Lodging at Training

If you're looking to get a Class B CDL license and will be traveling from out of the area to attend training, we also offer an affordable lodging option at one of our hotel partners. This allows you to stay nearby and remain focused on training through the completion of our program.