C1 Truck Driver Training

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Do you want a career and not just a "job"? If so, check out what C1 Truck Driver Training can offer you.

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C1 Truck Driver Training is the industry leader in CDL training. Since 1987, C1 has been providing high quality truck driver training to the nation’s most reputable trucking companies. And now we’ve joined the Driver Solutions Network to offer low cost, affordable truck driving career solutions. We offer a 3 week CDL training program for a flat tuition fee at all C1 campuses. This is an ideal solution if you already have a potential employer lined up and just need to get your CDL or wish to conduct your own job search.

Benefits of CDL Training at C1:

  • Nationally recognized school
  • 3 week CDL training program
  • Job placement assistance
  • Training grants for qualified students
  • Quality classroom and behind the wheel instruction

An Affordable Alternative – Company Sponsored CDL Training
Through our partnership with Driver Solutions, we can offer company-sponsored CDL training which requires no upfront tuition costs and gets your career started with a great driving position. We won’t even check your credit history. Under this program, a trucking company agrees to cover your upfront tuition costs in exchange for you driving for them. Driver Solutions has a number of entry level driving opportunities; there’s sure to be a fit for you. We’ll handle all the details and obtain a pre-hire job offer with the right company before you begin the training. This unique program provides a complete CDL training experience and ensures you meet all DOT qualifications. You’ll even be paid during training. In about 3 weeks, you’ll be ready for your new career as a professional truck driver. Drivers from our company-sponsored training program can earn up to $40,000 for their first year.

C1 Truck Driver Training Campus Locations: (click the links for the individual location information)

“C1 Truck Driver Training –
We didn’t invent truck driver training, we made it better."