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CRW TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL

1850 South West St.

 Jackson, MS 39201 

Tel: 601-968-8023
Fax: 601-968-8024

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Admission Requirements

 

 Applicants for admission to the Truck Driver program must meet the following requirements:

 

  •  Be a high school graduate or equivalent, possess and military DD 214 certificate, or demonstrated the ability to benefit from the training offered through successful completion of an entrance exam.

  • Be a minimum of 18 years old of age to drive intrastate and 21 years to drive interstate.

  • Have an acceptable driving record.

  • Possess a valid driver’s license.

  • Pass a DOT physical examination and drug screen.

  • Have no outstanding driving validations in and U. S. state.

  • Able to read, write and speak the English language.

 

     Persons desiring to make applications for admission should contact the school or one of its representatives. Applicants must be interviewed by a representative of the school, complete and enrollment (student contract), and submit other information which may be required to determine qualifications. All prospective applicants are invited to visit the school for a personal tour of the facility. Non-high school graduates or equivalent must successfully pass the school’s entrance examination.

 

 

Grading Scale

 

A=9 0-100

B= 80-89

C= 70-79

D= 60-69

F= BELOW 60

 

     Minimum standards for successful completion required that a student maintain an 80 percent (B average) or higher cumulative grade average in each area of training.

 

Additional attention is available to those students needing assistance.

 

     If a student believes that the school has incorrectly evaluated his/her progress, the student may appeal the decision, in writing to the school Director. The School Director will respond to all appeals in writing within five (5) days.

 

NOTE: Contact the Director of Education if you need further explanation.

 

 

Graduation Requirements

 

The candidate for receipt of certificate must:

 

  • Have successfully completed all specified requirements for the certificate.

  • Earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (B/80%)

  • Satisfactory meet all financial responsibilities.

 

 

Credit for Previous Training

 

     Credit is given for previous training when training can be evaluated. The School will evaluate each case and credit will be given persons that have a CDL permit will be given 50 hours credit.

 

 

Incomplete Grades

 

     All course requirements must be completed by the last day of the program. If however, the instructor is aware of extenuating circumstances which have delayed a students' progress, he/she may record a temporary grad of “I” for incomplete. It is emphasized that an incomplete is granted at the instructor’s, not the student’s discretion. The make-up an incomplete grade normally must be complete at the end of the second week of the succeeding program. Incomplete grades not satisfactorily completed b the agreed completion date will result in a grade of “F” for the Basis Truck Driver Program.

 

 

Transcripts

 

     A complete record of each course for which a student registers and any awards earned are maintained on permanent grade records. A signed and dated copy of these forms represents an official transcript. Transcripts will be available to students who have satisfied their financial obligations prior to the last day of class.

 

 

Attendance Policy

 

     Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes in order to achieve the highest degree of learning. In cases of extreme circumstances, severe illness, death of a family member, or military requirements, the School Director may, upon written request, waive the attendance policy as follows:

 

  • TARDINESS. Tardiness or incidences of arriving late or leaving early shall be recorded in the student’s record and accumulated as time absent.

 

  • ABSENCES. Cumulative absences of over 15% (3 days or 2 consecutive days) absent may result in termination since such interruption in training will adversely affect the learning of subject matter.

 

  • MAKE-UP WORK. Make –up work will be done only in extenuating circumstances with advance approval of the Director of Education.

 

  • LEAVE OF ABSENCE. The school realizes that extenuating circumstances may arise where it would not be advantageous for the student to maintain enrollment. In such cases, upon written request to the Director, a Leave of Absence may be granted. A Leave of Absence indicates that the student sincerely intends to resume his/her education. The student who is granted a Leave of Absence will be dropped from school in the student does not enroll at the start of the next academic period. A student will be granted only on Leave of Absence (LOA)

 

 

School Rules

 

     We would like to welcome you to CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC. We hope that you will walk away from the program with a better understanding of commercial vehicles and your CDL License. We are here to help you learn to the best of your ability, by instructing you on various ways to keep you safe and the people around you safe.

 

     CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC goal is to give you and education on various skills that would help you exceed in your new employment in the trucking industry. We have noted a few rules that must be followed to ensure your safety and to help you with your training.

 

  • Student Parking: Pleases be sure to park in the designated student parking area. Commercial vehicles enter and exit from our campus and we want you and your vehicle to be saf

 

  • Personal Property: CRW does not assume responsibility for personal items left in vehicles. Lock your vehicle. DO NOT leave your books and belongings lying around. If you have something of value, we can lock it up for you.

 

  • NO LOAN POLICY: CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC is a school. We are not in the business to make loans. This includes money for food, gas, and phone. CRW and its employees are not in the financial business. Please DO NOT ask for financial assistance.

 

     ONLY when your instructor allows you to go. Please pay close attention to the time you are due back.

 

  • Alcohol and Drugs: Use, sales, or possession of any drugs or alcohol in or on CRW Training School property is grounds for immediate dismissal.

 

  • Weapons: No weapons of any kind will be allowed on school property

 

  • Clothing: Be ready to work as if you would report to duty on any job site. No shorts, cutoffs, tank tops, halter-tops, or flip flops should be worn. Dress appropriately.

 

  • Items to bring the first day you enroll: Social Security Card, your current driver’s license, high school diploma or GED, and DD -214 if applicable. (DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT THEM)

 

  • Tardiness: If you are late for school, you will receive a tardy for each time you are late. On the occurrence of the first tardy, you will see the Operations Coordinator. On the second tardy, you will see the Operations Manager or School Director. The third tardy will result in you returning home.

 

  • Attendance: Each new student must fill out three (3) company applications and submit then to placement by noon the first Tuesday after enrollment. This must be done after hours as lab work.

 

  • Cell Phones and Beepers: Cell phones and beepers are not allowed in the classroom, on the yard, or in training vehicles. You may use your phone on breaks and lunch.

 

  • Graduation: To graduate and successfully complete your training you must attend TWENTY– FIVE (25) DAYS. If your are absent, you MUST MAKE UP THOSE MISSED DAYS

 

  • Partner training is how you handle yourself in a stressful situation. I f you have any problems with the instructor or CRW staff, please report it to the School Director.

 

  • Clean up after yourself. Students found not cleaning up after their selves will be reprimanded and not allowed to use the break area.

 

  • Students are not allowed in any office without being escorted by an employee.

 

  • NO LOTTERING, standing in front of or beside the building is not permitted.

 

  • The ONLY break area is the break room

 

 

Student Conduct Policy

 

Students shall, at all times, conduct themselves in an exemplary manner both in and out of the classroom. A student may be discontinued for:

 

  • Unsatisfactory progress.

 

  • Being under the influence of or in the possession of intoxicating drinks or hallucinatory drugs while on the school property.

 

  • Gambling on school property.

 

  • Insubordination and/or intolerable conduct.

 

  • Willful abuse of equipment.

 

  • Excessive absenteeism.

 

  • Failure to make payments on dates due.

 

  • Students shall adhere to the school’s professional dress code at all times. The decision to readmit a student who has been dismissed for misconduct is made by the school Director.

 

 

Student Grievance Procedure

 

     Any student grievances should be submitted in writing to the school’s Director of Education. If the problem is not resolved, notify the Director of the school. In the event the grievance has not been resolved within five (5) days, contact the Director of Proprietary schools with the Mississippi Community College Board for Community and Junior Colleges at 601-432-6185.

 

 

School Curriculum

 

BASIC TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

(200 Clock Hours)

 

     The object of the Basic Truck Driver Program offered by CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC is to provide an applicant with the basic knowledge and skills in preparation for an entry– level position in the transportation industry. Upon successful completion of this program the graduate would be eligible for an entry level position with a company trainer for a short period of time gaining the knowledge and skills needed to safely operate a tractor trailer as a solo driver.

 

     This 200-hour program consists of the following. Class schedules include full time (day) Monday-Friday, part-time (night) Monday-Friday, part-time (day) weekends, or a combination of the above.

 

All students are required to successfully complete the course.

 

 

CRW TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL LLC

SECTION I

(40 Clock Hours)

 

     CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: This section prepares the student for successful completion of the state CDL written examination and for more rigorous training in the skills needed as an over-the-road driver. Instructor will include theory and hands –on instructions in vehicle inspection and all major components of the vehicle to ensure safe operation, driving under adverse weather conditions, emergency, run-away ram procedures, accident reporting and record keeping.

 

     Students will be required to fully understand the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR), local and federal DOT regulations, and other requirements learned will be, drier health and fatigue, financial planning, load securing, daily logs, dispatch procedures, and customer relations. All students will be measured daily, given homework assignments, and administered final exams.

 

 

CRW TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL LLC

SECTION II

(80 Clock Hours)

 

     SKILL AREA INSTRUCTION: This section is designed to ensure that the student, upon graduation, will be able tot safely maneuver a tractor-trailer unit, regardless of size, within a confined area. Position the combination vehicle for back into a loading area as required in the transportation industry. In doing this, the student will straight line back, site side and blind side parallel park, and forty-five degree alley dock. Students will learn hand-foot coordination while learning to shift manual transmission, administering brake control, and positioning the combination vehicle. Proper per-trip inspections, coupling/uncoupling, and circle of safety will be covered. Extensive use of mirrors will be taught while driving forward and performing backing maneuvers. Student’s progress will be measured daily as they work with their teams on a daily basis, and will be graded on their individual maneuvers leading to the state CDL Skill Exam.

 

 

CRW TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL LLC

SECTION III

(80 Clock Hours)

 

     OVER-THE-ROAD INSTRUCTION: The CRW Training School LLC will prepare students to safely operate a tractor trailer unit upon the nation’s highways in various weather conditions, traffic conditions, and over various terrains. Students will maneuver the vehicle on tow-lane and four-lane highways, as well as in cities and towns. Safe actions and safe driving will be included in every lesson. Student’s progress will be measured on a daily basis and will be graded on their individual maneuvers leading to sate CDL Skill Exam.

 

 

 

COMMERICIAL DRIVER’S REFESHER PROGRAM

TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

(40 Clock Hours)

 

     The object of the Truck Driver Refresher Program offered by CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC is to provide and applicant refresher training in basic knowledge and skills in preparation for a re-entry-level position in the transportation industry. Upon successful completion of this program the graduate will be eligible for an entry-level position with a competent trainer for a short period of time gaining the knowledge and skill needed to safely operate a tractor as a solo driver.

 

     This 40-hour program consists of the following. Class schedules include full-time (day) Monday-Friday, part-time (night) Monday-Friday, part-time (day) weekends, or combination of the above. All students are required to successfully complete the course.

 

 

CRW TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL LLC

SECTION I

(20 Clock Hours)

 

     SKILL AREA INSTRUCTION: This section is designed to ensure that the student, upon completion, will be able to safely move a tractor-trailer unit, regardless of size, within a confined area. Position the combination vehicle back into a loading area as requiring transportation industry. In doing this, the student will straight back, site side, and blindside, parallel park, and forty-five degree alley dock. Students will learn hand-foot coordination while learning to shift manual transmissions, administering brake control, and positioning the combination vehicle. Proper pre-trip inspections, coupling/uncoupling, and circle safety and will be covered. Extensive use of mirrors will be taught while driving forward and performing backing maneuvers. Student’s progress will be measured daily as they work with their teams on a daily basis, and will be graded on individual maneuvers.

 

 

CRW TRUCK DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL LLC

SECTION II

(30 Clock Hour)

 

     OVER-THE-ROAD INSTRUCTION: The CRW Training School LLC will prepare students to safely operate a tractor trailer unit upon the nation’s highways in various weather conditions, traffic conditions, and over various terrains. Students will maneuver the vehicle on tow-lane and four-lane highways, as well as in cities and towns. Safe actions and safe driving will be included in every lesson. Student’s progress will be measured on a daily basis and will be graded on their individual maneuvers leading to sate CDL Skill Exam.

 

 

Job Search Assistance

 

     The primary purpose of the job search assistance is to assist CRW graduates in obtaining employment in their areas of specialization. Satisfactory completion of program course work and development of personal qualities by the student are the first steps in the employment process.

 

     The job search assistance service provides specific training in various job-seeking skills through classroom lectures, as well as one-on-one interviews with students.

 

     The job assistance service will work with each student prior to graduation to determine areas of employment interest an to explore placement options. Students ate then notified of appropriate opportunities as they arise. Job search assistance is available to all CRW graduates and alumni who wish advancement or to find a new job. Altho9ugh it is impossible, as well as prohibited by certain regulations, to guarantee set wages or a job to graduates, the job search assistance service does work diligently to provide job leads and to send graduates on appropriate interviews.

 

 

 

Holidays

 

New Year’ s Day

 

Martin Luther King Day

 

Memorial Day

 

Independence Day

 

Labor Day

 

Thanksgiving (Thurs & Fri)

 

Christmas Day

 

 

Cancellation and Settlement Policies

 

The student has the right to cancel the enrollment agreement at any time. If elected to do so the following terms apply.

 

A. If an applicant student is rejected by the school, all monies paid shall be refunded.

 

B. An enrollment may be canceled by an applicant student with in three (3 ) calendar days after midnight of the day on which the enrollment agreement is signed. An applicant student requesting cancelation within this time shall be given a full refund of the monies paid to the school or its representatives.

 

C. Students who have not visited the school facility prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within on day following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspections of equipment.

 

D. Thereafter, should cancellation take place prior to the time the student starts training, the school shall be entitled to the registration fee of $500.00.

 

E. In the event that the student enters training and withdraws or is discontinued prior to completion, the school shall retain all fees plus a prorated share of earned tuition as outlined below.

 

1. For a student terminating his training within the first ten percent of his program, student shall be entitled to a refund of ninety percent of the contract price of the program.

 

2. For a student terminating his training after ten percent but within the first fifty percent of his program, the student shall be entitled to a refund of seventy-five percent of the Contract price of the program.

 

3. For a student termination his/her training after twenty-five percent of his/her program, the student shall be entitled to a refund of twenty-five percent of the contract price of the contract price of the program.

 

4. For a student terminating his/her training after fifty percent of his/her program, the student shall not be entitled to a refund.

 

F. The last date of actual attendance by the student will be used as the cancellation date.

 

G. Upon cancellation, all monies due the student will be refunded within ninety (90) days.

 

H. Special cases: In case of student prolonged illness or accident, death in the family, or other circumstances that make it impractical to complete the course, the school shall make a settlement which is reasonable and fair to both. A full refund of tuition and fees paid in the event that the school discontinues a course or program of education during a period of time with in which a student could have reasonably completed at he same, except that this provision shall not apply in the event that the school ceases operation.

 

Equal Educational Opportunity

 

     CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. It is the policy of the company not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion or handicap with regard to its students, employees, or applicants for admission or employment. Such discrimination is also prohibited by federal law.

 

     Any complaint alleging failure of this institution to follow this policy should be brought to the attention of the Director of the school.

 

Financial Aid

 

     CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC does not participate in federal student loan programs. However, numerous local and state funding programs are available to CRW Truck Driving Training School LLC students.

 

     Private financing for tuition, fees and housing is available through the school to qualified applicants.

 

     Special information can be obtained from the schools admission s departments.

 

 

Safety Precautions

 

1. To ensure safety for our students, we have a fenced in facility.

 

2. Secure lighting.

 

3. Gates that lock for the students and their vehicles.

 

4. Police available during the day and night classes.

 

5. Police headquarters about six blocks from our facility.