Why sit behind a desk when you can sit behind the wheel? A trucking career allows you the opportunity for financial reward and professional growth thanks to a job where you’re always on the move.
- Sixteen weeks is all it takes to train for a new trucking career. Tidewater Community College’s Truck Driving program offers classes that cover Department of Transportation rules and regulations, defensive driving, maintenance, hazardous material and highway and city driving.
- Day, evening and weekend classes are offered year-round.
- TCC is the only driver training program that runs its own program that includes a state-of-the-art driving simulator, as well as a fleet of trucks.
- TCC’s instructors have over 100 years of behind-the-wheel truck driving experience to share with students during the program.
- Military veterans pay zero for tuition and fees thanks to a federal grant offered through the college’s Center for Military and Veterans Education.
- After completing the program, TCC instructors take students to the DMV test site for the final skills exam. Students must be able to successfully complete a series of tests including a set of backing maneuvers with the truck and a road test in live traffic.
- TCC students have a 98% pass rate on the DMV tests for commercial licenses.
- The trucking program at TCC provides 120 hours in the classroom and 140 hours of practical application.
- TCC hosts recruiters and employers to visit classes and present employment opportunities for graduates. There are more than 60,000 available jobs in this industry.
- The price is right, too. TCC’s program is 40% cheaper than private trucking schools.
For more information about TCC’s Truck Driving program, contact Matt Woods at email@example.com or call 757-822-2639.