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US Truck Driver Training School
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Established in 1994, US Truck Driver Training School has provided Class A and B CDL training for over 20,000 men and women.


Our staff of experienced, well-trained, licensed instructors maintains our excellence by providing the highest standard of education that includes classroom, field, and road instruction. Here at U.S. Truck Driver Training School we ensure that each student is equipped with the knowledge and the professional skills to start a new career in the transportation industry.

We are Nationally Accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) & recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Education.

No Experience Needed

USTDTS CDL training programs & courses are designed to teach new drivers how to drive a tractor trailer and earn a Class A & B CDL.

Median annual wage of $43,680

Per the Bureau of Labor & Statistics Median pay is $43,680.

Strong Career Choice

Employment of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. As the demand for goods increases, more truck drivers will be needed to keep supply chains moving.

92% Job Placement

USTDTS maintains an exclusive job placement program that is reserved for our graduates only.

Financial Aid

Is available to those who qualify. Our Office of Financial Aid can help determine your eligibility for Pell Grants, Subsidized, and Unsubsidized Federal Student Loans. In order to determine eligibility, FAFSA must be submitted via Studentaid.ed.gov with our school code: 042551

VA Benefits

USTDTS is approved by the Michigan State Approving Agency for the training of VA students and other eligible beneficiaries. These benefits include the following: Chapters 31, 1606, 1607, 30, 35, and 33.

Approved by the Michigan National Guard State Tuition Assistance Program (MINGSTAP)

Michigan Works/WIA Approved

Available Program

  • Class-A CDL Training
    Truck Driving, Transportation, and Mechanics

    Class-A CDL Training at US Truck Driver Training School

    Entry Level Training Program

    The 160 Hour Program is designed to prepare students for the minimum entry level requirements for obtaining their Class A CDL license.

    Students will receive classroom, lab, range, and road instruction throughout the duration of the course.

    Graduates have the opportunity to be placed with a preferred major national trucking company and will enter into on the job training (OJT).

    Professional Training Program

    The 602 Hour Program is for those who have little to no experience with truck driving or CDL training.

    Students will learn extensive knowledge about truck driving and the necessary skills to manage the business aspect of the transportation industry.

    Graduates of 602 Hour Program have gone into entry-level positions as heavy truck drivers, tractor trailers drivers, and owner operations.

    40 Hour Class B CDL Training Course

    Graduates of the 40-hour course will be able to operate a variety of straight trucks and buses.
    A requirement for the 40-hour course is obtaining a passenger endorsement.

Accreditation

US Truck Driver Training is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE). US Truck Driver Training School is also approved by the Michigan State Approving Agency for the training of VA students and other eligible beneficiaries. The Council on Occupational Education (COE), originally founded in 1971 as a regional accrediting agency of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, is the successor to the Commission on Occupational Education Institutions (COEI).

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