It sounds like that 160 hour minimum that most companies require is there. I would ask them for a list of major companies that hire their students and then call a few of them yourself from home just to verify. If major companies will hire their students then you know it's a school worth considering. But just be aware that not every company will likely hire from that school so if you have any specific companies in mind that you're interested in then make sure you ask them about that school specifically.
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I looked at Ivy Tech and they over a CDL course. Its 10 hrs a day for 16 days. Is their course a course accepted by most? If so then I might be able to do that.
Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
A CDL is required to drive any of the following vehicles: