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NIT Courses are available to all that meet the eligibility requirements. Potential students will be asked to complete an Application for Training when applying for programs 80 hours or longer. Once the Application is received by the Admissions office, a letter will be mailed to the applicant with specific program information and all pre-requisites for that program.
For programs less then 80 hours, students may register online and complete further paperwork the day of the class.
NIT requires, for programs 80 hours or longer, that all students be at least 18 years of age or older. For all Truck Driving (CDL) programs, the student must be 19 years of age or older. All other programs are based upon individual course requirements or open enrollment.
All programs 80 hours in length or longer require one or more of the following:
For all Truck Driving (CDL) programs 80 hours in length or longer the following is required:
Any one of the following lists of violations on a driving record could prevent a prospective applicant from enrolling in a driving program:
A complete list of pre-requisites are listed under each program description.
NIT student requirements for the truck driving courses 80 hours or more are as follows:
Any one of the following lists of violations on a driving record will prevent a prospective applicant from enrolling in a driving program:
See the prerequisites designated after the course descriptions for specific hazardous materials training requirements.