Life is a Highway so Drive Like a Pro

If you wanna hit the open road as a truck driver with college credit you can transfer, then Unmudl's CNM Class A Commercial Driver’s License course is for you.
Here's why your best pick for getting your CDL is through Unmudl CNM.

If you want to hit the open road as a truck driver with college credit that you can transfer to any Unmudl Community College, then Unmudl CNM’s Class A Commercial Driver’s License course is for you. Requirements for a Commercial Drivers License, more commonly referred to as a CDL, differ from state to state.

The employers hiring out of Unmudl CNM’s Class A Commercial Driver’s License Course include: Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Swift Transportation, Werner Enterprises, City of Albuquerque, and Roadrunner Food Bank.

We’ve laid out in the table below what a New Mexico training looks like. A CDL is required to operate any vehicle that weighs 26,001 or more pounds, carries 16 or more passengers, or is designed for hazardous materials. First, it is recommended that you have a regular driver’s license for a couple of years so you can get your Commercial Learner’s Permit. Once you have your Commercial Learner’s Permit, you can begin your training to get your CDL.

When choosing between courses to receive your CDL, it’s important to ask yourself a few questions: Do you want a range of companies to choose from when deciding where to work when you graduate? Do you want college credit in addition to your CDL? Do you want on the road experience in multiple trainings? Do you want a lower cost program than other options in New Mexico? Do you want flexible scheduling options? Do you need help paying for the course? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Unmudl CNM course is your perfect match. Read more about the features and logistics below.Still have questions about why Unmudl CNM is the best choice? Reach out to Annalise Jaramillo at workforce@cnm.edu or 505-224-5206


Still have questions about why Unmudl CNM is the best choice? Reach out to Annalise Jaramillo at workforce@cnm.edu or 505-224-5206.



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