ELDT Training

The Nebraska Safety Center now offers online Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) Class B Theory training. ELDT is a new federal requirement that went into effect on February 7, 2022.

Why the Nebraska Safety Center?

  • Customized curriculum
  • Created by professionals in the field
  • Online self paced course

The course is a 4-hour online training course covering all requirements set forth through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).  

ELDT is required for anyone who is obtaining a Class B CDL for the first time 

Course Structure - The Class B portion is set up in six modules totaling to a four-hour video with each module having an end of module quiz requiring an 80% passing score. At the end of the Class B there will be a comprehensive exam; the driver will need an 80% passing score. Two attempts will be allowed for the final comprehensive test. If you do not pass within those two attempts with 80% or above, you will not receive a course refund and must register and pay for the course again.

Once registration and payment have been received you will receive further information on how to access the training. 

When the course has been completed, we will enter the information into the FMCSA website for the completion of ELDT Class B Theory Training. * 

*The Nebraska Safety Center will not provide Range and on Road training. Range and On Road providers can be found at https://tpr.fmcsa.dot.gov/.

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Registration and Cancellation Policy  

Registration - Once you have registered and paid for your course you will need to complete the online course within 21 days of registration.
Cancellation Policy Participant - To receive a refund, notification must be made within 21 days of registration, less the $25 processing fee. No refunds will be made to participants that cancel after 21 days of registration, voluntarily leave, do not pass the written portion or who have previously rescheduled, or missed a segment of the course.