DRIVER EDUCATION FOR TEENS
This program is designed for high school students, ages 15 years and 10 months through 21 years. Successful completion of this course earns a certificate that students may present to the DMV for a Drivers Permit.
Driver retraining courses are court-imposed alcohol education, alcohol treatment, and defensive driving programs. These courses are sanctioned by the court and all registration fees must be paid at the DMV in Cranston. Once you have paid the fee, you will be registered for the program and will receive information via email.
MOTORCYCLE RIDER EDUCATION
CCRI provides introductory and advanced courses for motorcycle riders. The basic rider’s course provides safety education and training that is compulsory for every RI motorcyclist--the only such state requirement in the nation. Advanced courses are also offered for licensed riders and there is a training program to become a rider coach.
- Basic Rider 2-Wheel Course: obtain motorcycle license endorsement
- Basic Rider 3-Wheel Course: obtain motorcycle license endorsement
- Experienced and Advanced Rider Courses: licensed motorcyclists only
- Rider Coach Course: preparation for instructors
- Motorcycle Reciprocation: BRC taken in MA, CT, or Military
SCHOOL BUS CERTIFICATION
This course is for people who are employed by bus companies and are in training to become bus drivers.
COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE
As of January 2022, CDL testing is administered by the RIDMV.
CDL Road Test will test vehicle inspection, basic controls, and driving skills and can result in the CDL license. Testers must provide their own vehicles for testing. The CDL Range is located at 400 Romano Vineyard Way in North Kingstown.
For Skill Testing Information, please contact the RIDMV at 401-462-2122.
Workforce ProgramsMore Info
CCRI Career Services provides students and alumni with high-quality services, support, and resources for successful career planning and superior experiential learning opportunities.
The CCRI Workforce Partnerships Team works in close collaboration with industry and business leaders to ensure the college’s offerings are meeting both current and future workforce needs.