This course will teach basic skills and mastery of basic maneuvers. You must show a proficiency in all of these skills to complete behind the wheel, Vehicle inspection, enroute, post trip, straight line backing, alley dock backing, off-set backing, parallel parking blind and sight side, vehicle controls, shifting, transmission, communications, signaling, visual search, speed and space management, safe driver behavior, Hours of service, hazard perception, railroad crossing, night operation, extreme driving conditions, skid control, baggage and cargo management, passenger safety awareness, passenger management, danger zones and use of mirrors, loading and unloading, emergency exit and evacuation, and special safety considerations. Minimum of 2 Students -- Maximum of 4 Students. The listed price reflects the in-district course cost. Students not living in a career tech district must pay twice the fee listed for this course. Out-of-district cities include (but are not limited to): Konawa, Mill Creek, Ravia, Coleman, Milburn, Tishomingo, Kingston, Madill, and Turner.
Completion of Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) Theory Course (Preferred). Exact course will depend upon your Permit/License.School Bus Drivers must obtain Class B permit with the proper P and S endorsements prior to the class start date. Students must hold their permit 14 days prior to their first TEST date.