Our graduates are qualified to apply for entry-level opportunities in one of our area's most active industries—commercial truck driving. Every day, all across the United States, tractor-trailers are delivering the goods that power our nation.
A career in trucking means a great profession designed to fit you. Looking for a conventional work schedule? Local trucking routes get you working and back home again every day. Regional truckers are on the road all week, but home again each weekend. Over the road truckers get to really live the trucking experience, seeing the entire nation and meeting new people along the way.
Enroll today and get on the road to a successful career.
Our students receive a balanced training geared toward making them skilled drivers and positioning them for success when taking the state CDL test.
In the classroom you'll receive instruction ranging from general vehicle and process knowledge to adherence to Federal guidelines and regulations. All students will receive comprehensive behind-the-wheel experience in private training areas, as well as out in traffic on public roads.
Our instructors will work with you on the exercises required by the state to issue a Commercial Drivers License (CDL), giving you the skills and knowledge to take your exam with confidence and succeed in real world driving situations.
The freight industry continues to grow, with trucking companies predicted to experience about 21% growth over the next ten years. These companies need licensed drivers to fill these needs.
Safe, reliable drivers are valued and are rewarded accordingly. Drivers can earn a terrific paycheck even in their first year, with compensation regularly increasing through pay raises and bonuses.
Our nation's economy relies on trucking, delivering raw materials and finished products valued at about $140 billion each year. This makes the trucking industry a reliable area for job security, providing job opportunities everywhere in the country.
Contact ICTC to speak with an advisor to learn more about this program and financial aid opportunities available.
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