Miller-Motte Technical College CDL Class A Training in Augusta, GA Will Get You Started In a Career on the Open Road

Miller-Motte Technical College provides CDL Class A training at an affordable price, helping you to complete the CDL license requirements quickly. This career option is perfect for individuals who are great with directions, love driving and who are interested in providing a service that people rely on every day.

Miller Motte Technical College’s CDL Training: Class A Tractor-Trailer program** helps prepare you to enter the job market and can get you on the road fast, earning a competitive salary. You may be able to start your career in the field of Truck Driving as little as 4 weeks. Our school is located in Augusta, GA and also provides career training for students from Augusta, Martinez, Grovetown and Evans, Georgia.

JOB GROWTH 11%

Projected Outlook, 2012-22 *

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What Can You Expect from Our Class A CDL Classes?

Miller-Motte Technical College CDL programs won’t leave you  sitting in a classroom. You’ll be out gaining skills in a hands-on environment, driving a full-size tractor-trailer. When you complete the program you will feel confident in your knowledge of trucking and prepared to complete the requirements of the licensing exam.

You can expect to gain these skills and information from experienced instructors:

  • Driving techniques
  • Alley docking
  • Size and weight laws
  • Pre-trip vehicle inspections
  • Tractor-trailer maintenance
  • Vehicle systems
  • Driver safety

After completing the course requirements, you’ll have over 150 hours of CDL Class A Training. More details and information about specific classes can be found in the downloadable Course Catalog.

CDL Class A Training Opens up New Career Options

CDL truck drivers provide access to a countless amount of goods. People rely on the trucking industry for their produce and other perishable items, and they deliver everything from electronics to medical supplies. There will be a demand for CDL training for many years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the need for big rig drivers will increase 11% by the year 2022.

After you finish your training requirements and pass the CDL licensing exam you can pursue a number of careers. Here are just a few of your choices:

Tractor-Trailer Driver

A majority of the products people consume and purchase are delivered by Tractor-Trailer Drivers. From car parts to soda and other food products, people rely on a driver like you to get them what they need every day.

Heavy Haul Driver

Do you want to be your own boss or find a job with a reputable trucking company? Heavy Haul Drivers transport heavy loads and in many cases get to see all the beauty our country has to offer while delivering goods from coast to coast.

Get More Information about Miller-Motte Technical College’s CDL Class A Training!

Miller-Motte Technical College offers training in the field of Commercial Truck Driving in Augusta, Martinez, Grovetown and Evans, Georgia. You can count on an affordable education from our school. Our CDL Training: Class A Tractor Trailer program will get you on the road quickly driving your own big rig and enjoying the confidence and peace of mind that comes with pursuing your career. If you have questions about the CDL training program or costs, call us at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Heavy and Tractor-trailer Truck Drivers, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/transportation-and-material-moving/heavy-and-tractor-trailer-truck-drivers.htm (visited August 11, 2015)

 

**This school is regulated as a commercial motor carrier by the US DOT and GADDS. It takes fewer than 300 hours to complete this program; therefore it is not eligible for Title IV funding. This program is not within the scope of ACICS Accreditation.