Our Team Members

Our team of professional instructors

DRAGAN BERIBAK

Over 27 years in trucking business. Owner of Silva Creek Enterprises inc. DBA Dragons Transport, DBA CDL Dragons Truck School. Contractor and driver in FedEx Ground and FedEx Custom Critical. Over 12 year of experience with all heavy-duty vehicles, combination vehicles, Doubles and Triples.
OWNER AND INSTRUCTOR

MILA BERIBAK

Managed 12 years for company Silva Creek Enterprises inc. DBA Dragons Transport. Mila has a great focus on customers needs, first-hand experience as a driver/owner operator. In addition to managing, dispatching, she was also the administrative coordinator of Dragons Trucking School
ADMINISTRATOR

ALEX SPASIC

4 years CDL Instructor. In trucking business over 7 years
INSTRUCTOR

Requirements


Dragons Truck School provides Class A training by team of professional instructors.

CDL DTS Students must possess Medical Card exam and Driver License.

CDL Dragons Truck School encourages diversity and accepts applications from all minorities. CDL DTS does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability. CDL DTS acknowledges that information pertaining an applicant’s disability is voluntary and confidential, and will be made on an individual basis. If this information is presented, CDL DTS will reasonably attempt to provide an accommodation to overcome the effects of the limitation of the qualified applicant. All inquiries about accommodations should be made to the admissions administrator upon registration of the program.

Student Program



Business hours are from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday.

CDL DTS School program start 08/01/2016.

The following holidays will be observed and classes will not be held. (List the holidays you will observe, such as New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Independence Day, New Year’s Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and so on.) Holidays are not counted as part of the contracted time schedule.

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Our classroom is equipped with table and chairs adequate to host 6 students at the time. Computer equipment and software, in combination with books and Truck Simulator on Computer will enhance your learning experience.

Our equipment:

Trailer 28 and 53 foot, 2 Volvo Trucks - Freightliner manual shift and Volvo automatic shift.

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Schedule: Monday - Saturday

Day Class Times: 7am - 5pm

Classroom: 40 Hours Lab/Range/ Observation Week 1

  • Accident Procedures
  • Air Supply System
  • Backing
  • Basic Vehicle Control
  • Cargo Documentation
  • Cargo Handling
  • Communication
  • Coupling and Uncoupling (5th wheel, pintle hook)
  • Emergency Procedures, Skid Control & Crash Avoidance
  • Extreme Driving Conditions
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Hazmat Cargo Handling and Documentation
  • Hours of Service
  • Map Reading
  • Mirror Usage
  • Night Operation
  • Personal Health and Safety
  • Preventative Maintenance, D&R Problems
  • Proficiency in Backing
  • Public, Customer and Employer Relations
  • Sliding 5th Wheels/Tandems
  • Space Management
  • Speed Management
  • Trip Planning
  • Vehicle Control Systems
  • Vehicle Inspection
Lab/Range/Observation-70 Hours
Street-18 Hours/Backing 16 Hrs/Proficiency-16 Hours Weeks 2,3,4


  • Accident Procedures
  • Air Supply System
  • Backing
  • Basic Vehicle Control
  • Cargo Documentation
  • Cargo Handling
  • Coupling and Uncoupling (5th wheel, pintle hook)
  • Extreme Driving Conditions
  • FMCSR
  • Preventative Maintenance, D&R Problems
  • Proficiency in Backing
  • Sliding 5th Wheels/Tandems
  • Vehicle Control Systems
  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Mirror Usage
  • Night Operation
  • On-Road Observation Time (3-to-1 ratio) Proficiency in Backing
  • Proficiency in Road Operations
  • Shifting
  • Space Management
  • Speed Management
  • Visual Search
  • Instructor to student ratio
  • 2 Instructor and 3 students 6 day a week each instructor 10hr per day

Student Evaluation Techniques

A test may be administered after each lesson to determine the amount of learning that has taken place. Test scores that are below 75 percent are an indication that the necessary skills for entry into employment were not acquired. Administration may provide progress reports at predetermined intervals in the program. Students should make arrangements for additional practice, independent study, or tutoring, if needed. Grades and/or assessments will be provided to the students on a weekly basis with a final report and transcript provided at the completion of the program if the student is in good status. Other methods of evaluation may include oral quizzes, skill development tests, hands-on skill evaluation, and individual and group projects.


Financing


FINANCING PLAN

  • Total 3000
  • 160 hours of training
  • Registration Fee 500
  • First payment at the first day of trainig 1000
  • Second payment at the last day of trainig 1500
  • Non included physical test, D.O.L Washington expences
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4602 SEAHURST AVE EVERETT WA 98203

Tel: 425-220-4259

Fax: 425-258-2059

E-mail: beribak@gmail.com

School Policy



Make-up Work

CDL DTS Shool Policy: Lessons and/or assignments missed due to absences must be made-up within five business days of returning to school. Students should meet with their instructors to get missed assignments. Make-up work may be required to complete the approved hours of the program(s). Without completing all the missed hours the school may withhold the final certificate until the hours are completed.

Tardiness

CDL DTS Shool Policy: Developing a good work ethic is an important part of the training at CDTS School. Students arriving late for class are interrupting the instructor and other students. The following recording system will be used for tardiness.

  • 1 to 15 minutes late will be counted as 15 minutes late
  • 16 to 30 minutes late will be counted as 30 minutes late
  • 31 to 60 minutes late will be counted as 1 hour late

Withdrawing from School

CDL DTS School Policy: Students must prepare a written notification and submit it to the school director. This document must contain the student’s name, address, and date. All financial obligations on the part of the school and the student will be calculated using the last recorded date of attendance.

Code of Conduct

This policy should state the school’s rules on student conduct, including causes for dismissal, and conditions for readmission. Please make changes accordingly.

CDL DTS School Policy: The following conduct is unacceptable and will not be tolerated:

  1. All forms of bias including race, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability, national origin, veteran status, and creed as demonstrated through verbal and/or written communication and/or physical acts.
  2. Sexual harassment including creating a hostile environment and coercing an individual to perform sexual favors in return for something.
  3. All types of proven dishonesty, including cheating, plagiarism, knowingly furnishing false information to the institution, forgery, and alteration or use of institution documents with intent to defraud.
  4. Intentional disruption or obstruction of teaching, administration, disciplinary proceedings, public meetings and programs, or other school activities.
  5. Theft or damage to the school premises or damage to the property of a member of the school community on the school premises.
  6. Student acts of criminal behavior that place any person in imminent danger are prohibited on all school grounds.
  7. Violation of the law on school premises. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of alcoholic beverages or controlled dangerous substances.
  8. Violation of published school policies.

Conditions for Dismissal

CDL DTS Policy: Students may be dismissed from the school for the following reasons:

  1. Not adhering to the school’s rules, regulations, policies, and code of conduct.
  2. Missing more than 20 percent of instruction time
  3. Not maintaining the minimum grade point average
  4. Not meeting financial responsibilities to the school

The school director will notify the student in writing should it become necessary to dismiss the student. The dismissal letter will contain the date and the reason for dismissal. It is the responsibility of the dismissed student to notify the appropriate lending institution if the student has a student loan or is receiving financial aid. Prepaid tuition will be refunded according to the school’s refund policy.

Re-entry Policy

CDL DTS Policy: Students dismissed from the school who request re-entry must put the request in writing to the school director. In cases where the student was dismissed for excessive absences (greater than 20 percent) or financial concerns, it may be possible to re-enter within the same school term. In cases where the student was dismissed due to failure to maintain the minimum grade point average, it may be possible for the student to receive private tutoring and then reenter the school. In cases where the student was dismissed due to unacceptable conduct, the student may have to meet with the director before re-entering the school. The decision of the director is final and the student will receive a letter within five business days stating the decision.

Credit for Previous Training

Policy: CDL DTS School is committed to helping students reach their educational goals as quickly as possible. However, technology changes rapidly and what was learned in an earlier program may no longer be applicable. To ensure that our students graduate with the skills necessary to achieve success in the workplace we will give recognition for previous training only after the student has taken and passed a program proficiency test. Students wishing to receive recognition for previous training must show proof of previous training.

Student Grievance-Complaint/Appeal Process

The school must provide start with this statement “Nothing in this policy prevents the student from contacting the Workforce Board (the state licensing agency) at 360-709-4600 at any time with a concern or a complaint.”

CDL DTS Policy: Nothing in this policy prevents the student from contacting the Workforce Board (the state licensing agency) at 360-709-4600 at any time with a concern or a complaint. Students who have a complaint or who would like to appeal a dismissal must request in writing an appointment for an interview with the school director. The written request should include the following information:

  1. Student’s full name and current address
  2. A statement of the concern including dates, times, instructors, and if applicable, other students involved
  3. Date of complaint letter and signature of the student
  4. Three dates in which the student would be available for a meeting with the school director. These dates should be within 10 business days of the complaint

The school director will notify the student in writing of the appointment date in which the concerns or appeal will be addressed. Every effort will be made to bring an amicable closure to the concern. Should it be necessary, a panel of instructors will hear the concerns and will be asked to assist in bringing a resolution to concerns and/or appeals. The student will be notified in writing within five business days of the outcome of the meetings. Should the contract be canceled by either the student or the school the last date of attendance will be used as the date to calculate any refund in accordance with the school’s refund policy.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

CDL DTS Policy: Should the student’s enrollment be terminated or should the student withdraw for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following refund schedule.

  1. The school must refund all money paid if the applicant is not accepted. This includes instances where a starting class is canceled by the school.
  2. The school must refund all money paid if the applicant cancels within five business days (excluding Sundays and holidays) after the day the contract is signed or an initial payment is made, as long as the applicant has not begun training.
  3. The school may retain an established registration fee equal to 10 percent of the total tuition cost, or $100, whichever is less, if the applicant cancels after the fifth business day after signing the contract or making an initial payment. A “registration fee” is any fee charged by a school to process student applications and establish a student record system.
  4. If training is terminated after the student enters classes, the school may retain the registration fee established under #3 above, plus a percentage of the total tuition as described in the following table:
  5. When calculating refunds, the official date of a student’s termination is the last day of recorded attendance:
    1. When the school receives notice of the student’s intention to discontinue the training program;
    2. When the student is terminated for a violation of a published school policy which provides for termination
    3. When a student, without notice, fails to attend classes for 30 calendar days
  6. All refunds must be paid within 30 calendar days of the student’s official termination date.

Student Records

CDL DTS Policy: Student records will be maintained by the school for 50 years or until the school closes. If the school closes, records may be forwarded to the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board. Upon graduation, each student will be given a copy of his or her transcript. These records should be maintained indefinitely by the student. Students may request copies by writing the school. Student records are available for review by the student at any time.