Serving the Boise, Nampa and surrounding areas
SAGE Truck Driving Schools in the Caldwell area brings you hands-on CDL training and trucking jobs. If you want to make more money as a professional truck driver, SAGE provides fast, focused truck driver training in Idaho. Get your Idaho CDL license and start a new, high paying career in trucking!
- Are You Making Over $50,000? Thousands of SAGE graduates are hired every year by the best companies with high-paying, middle-class trucking jobs.
- #1 Rated School: SAGE is rated as #1 “Editors’ Choice” school by the leading internet CDL training guide TruckSchoolsUSA.com
- Get a Job Fast: Lifetime trucking job placement assistance from a trusted leader with over 100 major national, regional and local carriers ready to hire now.
- Easy Financial Assistance: SAGE CDL programs are an affordable value, and financial assistance is easier than you think for those who qualify.
- Private Driving Instruction: One-on-one truck driver training with one student per truck gives you maximum hands-on time driving at SAGE.
- Total Training Solution: SAGE can get you a Class A or Class B CDL license, and provides training for tankers, air brakes, flatbed and double-triple trailers.
- Self-Paced, High Tech Learning Solutions: SAGE schools offer computer-based tools that let you learn truck driving skills easily and effectively.
- Get Paid Back for Training Costs! Employer-paid CDL training tuition loan reimbursement available through SAGE’s nationwide employer network.
- Get Pre-Hired: We can get you pre-approved with major trucking companies before you start.
- Best Value: No “Observation Time” — You won’t pay to watch other students drive!
HOW TO GET A TRUCKING JOB…
1.) Get your permit. 2.) Go to school. 3.) Take the CDL test. 4.) Start your career!
CDL TRAINING PROGRAMS GET A CDL LICENSE
SAGE offers a wide variety of truck driving and CDL training programs to meet the needs of students and employers. SAGE’s basic CDL training program is designed based upon the entry-level truck driver certification standards set by The Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI). PTDI is the country’s foremost advocate of national CDL training standards for truck driving schools. Each training program is patterned after the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Proposed Minimum Standards for Training Tractor Trailer Drivers. The programs are continually improved and updated by the schools’ program advisory committee, comprised of a broad base of the trucking industry. Not all programs are available at every location. Selected CDL training program descriptions are provided below. Apply Now!
SAGE TRUCK DRIVING PROGRAMS:
Comprehensive Tractor-Trailer Driver Basic:
This is SAGE’s “flagship” program. It is a comprehensive curriculum that provides the student with the substantial knowledge and practical skills necessary to become an entry-level over-the-road truck driver. The program consists of 150 hours of instruction (44 one-student-per-truck driving hours) conducted over 4-5 weeks. Meets the needs of students with no prior knowledge or experience in truck driving interested in getting a Class A CDL License and a good truck driving job. Our most popular program!
Commercial Drivers License Essentials:
The program objective is to provide students with essential knowledge and practical skills necessary to be qualified as an entry-level, supervised over-the-road or in-town driver of tractor-trailers, heavy duty trucks, dump trucks, and medium-sized delivery trucks. The CDL2150 is a program designed to provide tractor-trailer driving fundamentals to students who have minimal or no truck driving experience. The program includes classroom instruction, hands-on labs and independent study, and substantial behind-the-wheel driving time on a practice range and public roads.
Tractor-Trailer Driver Advanced:
Appropriate for students who have some truck driving experience or training, but will not meet the standards required for a truck driving job. This “Advanced” program consists of 80 hours of instruction (30 driving hours) conducted over 2-3 weeks. Provides the student with basic knowledge and fundamental skills necessary to become an entry-level over-the-road or in-town truck driver. Apply Now!
Tractor-Trailer Driver Refresher:
This “Refresher” program provides sufficient knowledge and skills to applicants with some prior experience to enable them to pass the written and practical portions of the CDL examination. The program also provides an excellent opportunity for those who have their CDL, but need to improve driving skills through focused, hands-on driver training. The concentrated program consists of 40 hours of instruction (20 driving hours) conducted over 1-2 weeks.
Tractor-Trailer Driver Externship:
This program includes 150 hours of classroom, lab and driving instruction presented over five weeks at SAGE. Following CDL training at SAGE, the student is provided an additional 150 hours of hands-on lab and truck driving experience over a five week period at a motor carrier approved by SAGE. In total, this 10 week program provides hundreds of hours of actual driving instruction behind the wheel of a tractor trailer, and virtually all externship training is employer-paid driving time while at the carrier. This program also provides each student an excellent opportunity to make a smooth transition from instruction to employment with a reputable motor carrier that has pre-approved each student successfully completing the externship. Not available at all schools.
Straight Truck Class B Driver
Designed for those students who wish to obtain a Class B CDL license for “straight trucks,” including delivery trucks, dump trucks, water trucks, waste trucks and concrete mixers. The program includes preparation for the CDL tests, and basic skills instruction completed in 40 hours. Not available at all schools. Apply Now!
TRUCK DRIVING SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
CDL Training Requirements
The truck driving school admissions process is simple and straightforward. All applicants are required to complete an Enrollment Application, provide a copy of a valid driver’s license and a copy of a physical examination on a DOT form (available at the School). Students must be able to pass a drug screen if administered. Admission is open to high school graduates/GED (or those who complete an ability-to-benefit test). Applicants must possess a driving record free of current serious violations. Applicants who satisfy these criteria are asked to sign an Enrollment Agreement. Apply Now!
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SAGE Technical Services
Truck Driving School
418 S. Kit Ave.
Caldwell, ID 83606