Interactive computer-based training.
Realistic driving practice equipment.
Immersive visual graphics, genuine truck components, integrated training curriculum, and a motion platform offering an immersive experience.
Our advanced system
is much more than a simulator,
but rather a total training solution.
- Incorporates a range of interactive and immersive training components.
- Key concepts reinforcement.
- Behavior modification.
- Safe, efficient driving operation.
Schneider’s Use Of Simulators
From a training perspective, though, he says Schneider also calculated that simulators helped achieve training objectives faster and at a lower cost. “The ability to use repetition is the key,” he points out. “We can practice things over and over and over in a simulator at a much faster pace than in an actual truck.”
“Osterberg notes that Schneider’s use of simulators since 2005 helped reduce the carrier’s crash rates by 32% when compared to the use of what he calls traditional training methods alone, methods that relied exclusively on classroom work and in-cab instruction.
1 HOUR Simulator Training = 4 HOURS Behind-The-Wheel (BTW) Training
Based on seven years of experience, Schneider believes that one hour of simulator time can replace four hours worth of behind-the-wheel (BTW) training. In-truck training consumes an average of 2.5 gals. of diesel per hour, Schneider says. The result is a $40/hr. savings (with diesel costing $4/gal.) in fuel cost alone when using a simulator vs. in-cab training.”
FMSCA: Higher Demonstration Of Expected Level Of Skills
By focusing on proficiency, the FMSCA has announced that the expected level of skills to be demonstrated will be higher than before. Measuring proficiency is facilitated with driving simulators that can progressively increase task difficulty and monitor and record progress.
When everyone knows that more will be expected of them, everyone invests more time and effort to succeed. It is very likely that the proper application of proficiency standards to truck driver training will increase the number of hours drivers voluntarily spend BTW and on truck simulators.
Using CDL Simulators For CDL Class A, B and C Training Programs
Truck Driver CDL Class A Training Programs
- This program prepares students for truck-driving jobs in only a month – start to finish. During that time, we train beginning students who have never even sat in a big rig cab, how to operate it safely under normal driving conditions.
- This convenient program offers online simulator and hands on CDL training to bring current truck drivers “up to speed” on various aspects of the profession. This includes 122 hours hands-on driving time behind the wheel of a Class A 18-wheeler truck.
Truck Driver CDL Class B Training Programs
App+ Simulator 30 & Hands On 10
- National Training Inc five-day 40 hour CDL Class B training programs to train drivers on what they need to know to go to work. The CDLClass B Program is designed for individuals that hold a current Class E or C license and has their CDL permit and Dot Physical Completed. skills.
- This convenient program offers online simulator and hands on CDL training to bring current truck drivers “up to speed” on various aspects of the profession. This includes 10 hours hands-on driving time behind the wheel of a Class B Manuel Box Truck.
Truck Driver CDL Class C
- National Training Inc offers one-, two- and five-day CDL training programs to refresh experienced drivers on what they need to know to go back to work. The CDL Refresher Program is designed for individuals that hold a current Class A, B, or C CDL license and want to refresh their skills.
- This convenient program offers customized CDL training to bring current and former truck drivers “up to speed” on various aspects of the profession. This includes hands-on driving time behind the wheel of a semi tractor-trailer.