Complete Training Program
Train CDL Drivers In-House
Effective February 7th, 2022, to obtain a Class B CDL and/or a Passenger Endorsement drivers must first complete Entry-Level Driver Training. For most companies, this has meant sending their drivers to expensive CDL schools. In addition to the high costs, many of these drivers get poached or convinced to go over to trucking.
Now with the PAX ELDT Complete Training Program, you can easily and quickly start completing ELDT with your drivers in-house! In addition to saving money, it gives you control over the training process and ensures that your drivers are getting the best possible education.
The PAX ELDT Complete Training Program includes one-on-one support for getting registered on the FMCSA Training Provider Registry (TPR) as well as all of the training materials you need to start completing Entry-Level Driver Training with your drivers. It even includes guidance for first-time instructors on how to provide effective instruction to ensure every driver-trainee learns the skills they need to be successful. The program also includes:
- ELDT Overview & Requirements
- Record Keeping Guidance
- Sample Training Calendar
- Driver-trainee Checklist
- Proficiency & time Tracking Sheet
- Driver-Trainee Self-certification
- Lesson Plans
- Instructor’s Guidebook
- Effective Instruction Guidebook
Who Is It For?
The PAX ELDT Complete Training Program is the perfect solution for companies that want to meet the Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) requirements in-house so their drivers can obtain a Class B CDL and/or Passenger Endorsement. The program is designed to ensure compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) ELDT regulations and can be tailored to your specific company needs.
How It works
The PAX ELDT Complete Training Program provides step-by-step procedures and checklists to ensure that performing Entry-Level Driver Training is both easy and compliant.
The PAX ELDT Theory courses allow driver-trainees to complete their theory instruction requirements for both their Class B CDL and Passenger Endorsement entirely in the PAX Training Platform. These comprehensive self-lead courses cover all of the required units and make theory instruction easy and consistent. Each course also includes assessments requiring a minimum score of 80% to ensure compliance with ELDT testing and record-keeping requirements.
Proper range training is critical to driver-trainees learning how to safely control and maneuver their vehicle. It is also when driver-trainees develop the fundamental skills they will need for proper braking, turning, and backing. The PAX Behind-The-Wheel Range Program is designed to give both instructors and their driver-trainees the skills and confidence they need to operate their vehicle safely. In addition to the units required by the ELDT regulations, the PAX Behind-The-Wheel Range Program includes detailed instructions on how to set up and perform exercises and drills that will teach driver-trainees the skills they will need to transition to the road portion of their training.
The PAX Behind-The-Wheel Road Program includes detailed guidance on how to effectively plan and conduct public road training. In addition to the units required as part of ELDT, the program provides techniques on how to ensure driver-trainees are getting the most out of their on-the-road training. It includes best practices for finding and using safe routes as well as strategies for dealing with traffic, inclement weather, and other real-world challenges that often come up. This helps to ensure that your drivers are receiving comprehensive instruction that covers all of the skills they will need to be safe and successful on the road.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Obtaining a Class A or Class B CDL for the first time.
- Upgrading an existing Class B CDL to a Class A CDL.
- Obtaining a Passenger (P), School Bus (S), or Hazardous Materials (H) endorsement for the first time.
The PAX ELDT Complete Training Program is meant as a guideline to create a training program that is compliant with the Entry-Level Driver Training mandate that came into effect on February 7th 2022. All materials provided should be reviewed and adapted to the specific needs, practices, techniques, available resources, and any other unique circumstances of the purchaser or end user before use.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the completeness, accuracy and relevance of this material, it is not meant to be exhaustive. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser and/or end user of this material to ensure ongoing compliance with any and all legal requirements or regulations as well as ensuring the accuracy and relevancy of what is being taught. By using any portion of this material the purchaser and/or end user assumes full and complete responsibility for actions and/or results of the training provided.
Neither PAX Training LLC, nor any contributor to this material, makes any representations and/or warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided herein or to its use. Use of this material does not guarantee or ensure compliance with the Entry-Level Driver Training mandate and/or any other regulation or mandate. PAX Training LLC, nor any contributor to this material, assumes any liability for any accidents, actions and/or compliance failures that occur as a result of using this material.