United Truck Driving is ready to roll into the fall season and beyond!
Fall Classes have started at both School Campuses.
Class A/P CDL / 4.5 week / 186 hour program
The Class A/P CDL program combines both the Class A and Class BP programs into one 4.5-week course. This course is offered every two weeks. The program includes general knowledge, combinations, airbrakes, doubles/triples, tanks, hazmat and passenger endorsement. A Class A/P license allows a driver to operate any legal combination of vehicles or buses, including Class B and Class C vehicles. Students will have hands on training in pre-trip inspection / COLA-P, skills and road to prepare for the DMV tests. The graduating student will have complete training driving both big rigs and passenger buses.
Class A CDL / 4 week / 160 hour program
The Class A CDL program begins every two weeks. A Class A license allows a driver to operate any legal combination of vehicles, including Class B and Class C vehicles. This program includes everything mentioned above except bus driving and passenger endorsement.
Class B/P CDL / 3 week / 120 hour program
This Class B/P program includes general knowledge, airbrakes, tanks, hazmat and passenger endorsement. A Class B/P license allows a driver to operate a single vehicle with a GVWR of more than 26,000 lbs or a passenger bus. Students will have hands on training in pre-trip inspection / COLA-P, skills and road to prepare for the DMV tests. The graduating student will complete training driving a passenger bus.
Call or come by to the location nearest you!
Riverside, CA/Inland Empire
1737 Atlanta Ave. H-7
Riverside, CA 92507
Toll free: (888) 402-1924
There are no career days scheduled at this time, please check back or call us directly with your questions. 800-764-2020
Trucking Companies Are Recruiting More Women
8/8/16- San Diego – There is a shift taking place inside truck driving classes across
the country. The number of women registering to take the wheel of a big rig is growing.
The American Trucking Associations are expecting a severe shortage of drivers over the
next few years as baby boomers retire and many companies have already hit the road,
working to recruit more women. For a full video/article click here>>
See how you can get started on your road to a career in trucking. A career in trucking offers job stability in an industry that is essential to the everyday working of the economic infrastructure.
Always remember “If you bought it, a truck brought it!” If it weren’t for the professional truck drivers across the nation how would most of us conduct business as usual, not to mention life as usual ……from food to clothing to you name it, it had to reach its final destination on some type of truck be it big or small. Sounds like job security to me.
When you find yourself thinking about your career options, think on this….There are approximately 3.5 Million Professional Truck Drivers in the United States, according to estimates by the American Trucking Association. The total number of people employed in the industry, including those in Positions that do not entail driving,exceeds 8.7 million. You can make that stat 8.7 Million and ONE.
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