Truck driver training allow military veterans to obtain a cdl license
Making the move from the military to civilian life? Transitioning from a career in the military back into the civilian world can sometimes be a stressful period of your life. Veterans leaving the service are often struggle to match their skills with a civilian career. The good news is that the truck driving industry is experiencing tremendous growth! The number of truck drivers needed to fill these positions in the next ten years is expected to reach 320,000*. The disciplined, get it done mindset that our armed forces instills in its service men and women has proven to be an ideal match for truck driver training and a career as a CDL license professional.
Truck driving and truck drivers are the life blood of our country as more than 80 percent of all U.S. communities depend solely on trucking for delivery of their goods and commodities**. Professional truck drivers serve America everyday by providing the goods we use from toothbrushes to tires – you serve America, now help us keep American moving! If you would like to find out even more of the benefits of obtaining a CDL license and attending truck driver training, please take fill out our contact form to contact an admissions representative.
- Roadmaster truck driver training school is approved for Veterans Training and our students, if qualified, are eligible for Post 9/11 benefits
- As a full-time truck driving employee, you can enjoy the benefits that full-time drivers are offered such as medical & life insurance, 401k, paid holidays, vacations, and plenty of opportunities for advancement.
- According to the U.S. Department of Labor statistics in 2002, entry-level drivers holding their CDL license can expect to earn between $37,500 and $41,780 their first year in the industry.
- A majority of professional truck drivers are able to get home weekly to their families
Veterans' Refund Policy
The refund of the unused portion of tuition, fees, and other charges for veterans or eligible persons who fail to enter a course, withdraw or discontinue prior to completion, will be made for all amounts paid which exceed the approximate pro rata portion of the total charges that the length of the completed portion bears to the total length of the course. The proration will be determined on the ratio of days or hours of instruction completed to the total number of instructional days or hours in the course.
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