Alpha Truck Driving School
Commercial Driver’s License
CDL Class A Training Course
Why You Should Acquire Your CDL?
CDL drivers are in high demand and will continue to be in the decades to come. Truck Drivers will not run out of employment opportunities. Currently, the job market is experiencing a CDL driver shortage. The worst one since the late ’90s. This has driven the pay of Commercial Drivers to increase significantly. A Chicago land area truck driver’s salary is in a range of $53,000 to $69,000 annually according to local recruiting agencies, individual results may vary. Alpha Truck Driving School offers a complete CDL training that will open a gateway to your new career.
Get A Job Right Out Of School
We work with multiple transportation companies that are excited to meet our students. We offer assistance in starting your career. Alpha Truck Driving School has an extensive network of companies that offer tuition reimbursement, benefits such as: medical, dental and life insurance as well as retirement plans. Do not wait, start today and make more!
One On One Training
CDL training is an unique experience and every student is different. That is why at Alpha Truck Driving School you will have 1 on 1 lessons with the instructor. There will be only two people in a truck, you and our instructor, maximizing the effect of training. Our instructors are professionals with multiple years of driving and teaching experience. Our trucks use a standard 10-speed transmission, an industry wide golden standard.
Experienced And Professional Staff
Our students are the reflection of our training methods and efforts. At Alpha Truck Driving School, you can expect the highest level of training. Our combined experience in the various aspects of a transportation industry will not only give you an insight into the industry, but also we will provide guidance in all aspects of transportation industry.
If you’re looking to get your CDL, this is the school for you!
Disclaimer – Individual Results May Vary
All testimonials are from real students, and may not reflect the results of all students, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.