Transportation and Supply Chain

Whether you are looking for a career in the transportation industry, want to learn how to navigate a forklift, MCC has you covered! Prior to enrollment, please complete the MCC admission application.

Warehousing and forklift

COURSE SCHEDULE (PDF)

This course examines the movement of information and products through the supply chain and provides foundational knowledge for front line workers in warehouse operations. This course also gives participants training in forklift safety fundamentals, basic instruction in forklift operation and hands-on driving experience in a warehouse setting under supervision. Successful completers will earn an OSHA-10 certification.

Contact hours: 80

Professional truck driver training

The 180-hour professional truck driver training program prepares students for entry level driving positions within the trucking industry.

The program goes beyond preparing students for the State of Missouri or Kansas Commercial Driver's License Class A performance exam. It prepares graduates for a challenging and rewarding career in the trucking industry.

The outcomes of the program are directly linked to the federal guidelines established for entry level drivers, which can be found in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation (FMCSR) and the state guidelines for earning the Class A commercial driver's license.

In addition to classroom training, hands-on training is provided to each student to ensure comprehension and skill development of the various CMV operating procedures required by the state.

Careers

Most truck drivers find employment in large metropolitan areas or along major interstate roadways where trucking, retail and wholesale companies tend to have their distribution outlets. Some drivers work in rural areas providing specialized services. Career possibilities include:

  • Over the road driver (OTR Driver)
  • Linehaul driver
  • Delivery driver
  • Owner-operator
  • City driver
  • Flatbed driver/Flatbed truck driver
  • Pickup and delivery driver (P&D driver)

Student requirements

  • 21 years of age
  • Have a valid operator's license
  • Pass the DOT drug screen and physical
  • Meet federal requirements to work in the career field
  • A clean motor vehicle report (MVR) driving record
  • Be able to attend scheduled classes

CDL-A

This program prepares you for the Missouri or Kansas Commercial Driver's License Class A Operations (CDL-A) exam. Students will learn various parts of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation (FMCSR) that pertain to the vehicle on the roads and highway.

Contact hours: 180