NFC announces Fall Term 2022 CDL program orientation dates and free CDL permit prep classes

ENROLLING NOW: 12-WEEK CDL CLASS BEGINS AUG. 5 AT NFC

MADISON, FL (April 21, 2022) - North Florida College is gearing up to begin a Fall 2022 Commercial Vehicle Driving class in August that can help students quickly gain the knowledge and skills required to become a safe and successful member of the trucking industry. The following orientation sessions and Class A CDL Permit Study Preparation classes are planned to help assist potential students with the enrollment process. More information is also available at www.nfc.edu/academics/career-and-workforce/cdl-class-a-training.

CDL Orientation Fall 2022

Upcoming CDL New Student Orientation Sessions:

  • Tuesday, May 3, 2022 – 9 a.m.
  • Thursday, May 5, 2022 – 2 p.m.

Anyone interested in taking NFC's CDL class is encouraged to attend one of the sessions. Register online at www.nfc.edu/academics/career-and-workforce/cdl-class-a-training, call 850-973-9454 or email smithh@nfc.edu.

FREE Class A CDL Permit Study Preparation Class (July 9 or July 16). Those looking to enroll in the upcoming Commercial Vehicle Driving course at NFC must have a Florida Class A CDL permit prior to starting class. NFC is offering two free Class A CDL permit study preparation classes; one on Saturday, July 9 and another July 16 from 4-6 p.m. For information or to preregister, contact Heather Smith at 850-973-9454 or smithh@nfc.edu.

Financial Aid Opportunities May be Available. Tuition assistance for NFC's CDL program may be available through CareerSource North Florida's Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act program (apply by June 10) or the NFC Foundation to qualifying applicants. The NFC Foundation's Fall Term 2022 scholarship application deadline is July 20; visit www.nfc.edu/foundation-giving/scholarships/ for more information.

More About NFC’s CDL Training Program: During the 12-week program, NFC’s experienced instructors share insights from the road and teach valuable concepts related to operating a tractor-trailer and earning Commercial Driver’s License-Class A (CDL) certification. Students learn to drive on various terrains, practice driving during the day and at night, and have exposure to timber trucking through partnerships with area logging companies. The class meets on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Find out more at More information is also available at www.nfc.edu/academics/career-and-workforce/cdl-class-a-training.

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