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N2NU Accepting Applications For CDL/Transit Driver Test Prep

N2NU Accepting Applications For CDL/Transit Driver Test Prep
Wyandotte, OK – N2N University (N2NU) is now accepting applications for the CDL/Transit Driver Test Prep course. This three-week course typically begins on the first Monday of each month. Participants must be 18 or older, have a valid driver’s license, and a safe driving record. Tuition assistance is available.

“We’re excited to offer this program,” said Program Director Bobbie Wolf. “Students will be prepared to pass all the necessary tests. We even supply the vehicle to take the driving test.”
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CDL/Transit Driver Test Prep prepares individuals for the written and/or skills test portion of the Oklahoma Commercial Driver's License. This is a one month course divided into two sections: written exam and road skills training. Students learn safety and responsibilities, DOT compliance, coupling, pre-inspection, and in-cab air brake inspection. Students are supervised and gain defensive driving and basic road skills by our in-house trainers. The OK Department of Public Safety administers the CDL test on-site for our students at the end of the course. This course is based in Wyandotte, Oklahoma.
“The need for CDL trained drivers is growing rapidly,” said HR Divisional Vice President Tamara Atkins. “This CDL course is in-line our mission to develop training for in-demand careers.”
N2NU is a non-profit learning institution licensed by the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools (OBPVS). Its vision is to continually be at the forefront of workforce demands, therefore creating programs that launch lifelong careers for all graduates. N2NU offers fast track courses at an affordable price, practical hands-on training, industry experienced instructors, and workforce development and career readiness. The university is a subsidiary of Native2Native Solutions, a tribally owned holding company of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma.

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For enrollment or other information, please email Bobbie Wolf at or call (337) 315-5484. Visit the university’s website at



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