Learn about Alaska truck driver training and search the best CDL schools!
Find CDL training schools in Alaska with program options like Class-A tractor trailer and Class-B truck or bus driver. Some schools have commercial driver’s license endorsements training too like passenger, tanker truck, and HAZMAT.
Use the application to connect with a CDL school in Alaska and start training for your truck driving job.
Southeast Trucking and Training is a top trucking school located in Juneau, AK. Their CDL program includes classroom instruction and online courses. Behind the wheel time will be 40 hours in combination of off road (range) and on-the-road driving.
Southeast Trucking and Training is a partner school and you can connect with them by using the application.
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How Long Does Alaska Truck Driver Training Take?
CDL Class-A training in Alaska normally takes 2 to 3 months to complete, but some programs may be as fast as a month. If you take night and weekend classes it may take a little longer to finish school.
How Much is CDL Training in Alaska?
The price of CDL school in Alaska can range from between $1,800 to about $7,500. The average cost will be about 4-5,000 dollars. This excludes GI Bill eligibility or other financial aid you may apply for. Read about financial aid for truck driving school.
How Much is an Alaska CDL License?
The CDL-A fee is $120 in Alaska. See fees for driver licensing at the Alaska DMV website.
Requirements for getting a CDL in Alaska
“You must be an Alaska resident at least 18 years old and have held a driver’s license for at least a year, then you may begin to earn your commercial license by first applying for a Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP).” See: Commercial Drivers License on the Alaska DMV website
Learn about Alaska CDL training schools with job placement and financial aid assistance for students who qualify. There are no all-online CDL courses currently available but some Alaska schools have part-online programs.
Search Alaska truck driver jobs for positions like Class A and Class B, local, regional, and long haul driver.
You can search for trade school programs like diesel mechanic, aircraft mechanic, and HVAC technician, they’re available at some Alaska schools.
Go to: Alaska Trade Schools