How to pay for truck driving school is the question many would-be CDL drivers have. Luckily, United Truck Driving School offers many options for tuition assistance for CDL training. Discover tuition assistance options that best fits your needs. With United’s financial assistance options, students are able to focus less on the cost of tuition, and more on beginning a new career! United Truck Driving School is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and works with many government-funded programs to help students afford truck driver training.
United Truck Driving School is proud to participate in VA Educational programs that aid veterans, active duty military and even spouses and dependents in obtaining their California CDL. Trucking is an attractive career to ex-military because many of the skills taught in the military align with that of truck driving. United Truck Driving School has a VA Certifying Official on staff.
Below is a list of VA Educational programs that United Truck Driving School participates in:
If you are a veteran and have more questions just fill out the form and we will get back with you to explain your options.
Worth What You Pay For!
“All instructors and teachers are amazing! Well informed and well experienced! They teach you everything you need to know to pass all tests and behind the wheel! Well worth what you pay for!”
– Alan M.
United Truck Driving School is approved by the California Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE). Approval to operate means that the Bureau has determined and certified that an institution meets minimum standards established by the Bureau for integrity, financial stability, and educational quality, including the offering of bona fide instruction by qualified faculty. With the help of government funding programs, many truck driver training students get funding to cover part or all of their CDL training costs. The Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) is one such program. WIOA helps to strengthen the national workforce by helping individuals gain the skills necessary to get and retain high-quality jobs. We also partner with vocational rehabilitation counselors to help disabled individuals find employment.
* United Truck Driving School is an equal opportunity employer and our WIOA Title I financially assisted programs are equal opportunity programs. *
Another attractive option to help students pay for CDL training is tuition reimbursement. Many national carriers offer full tuition reimbursement to their new hires! United Truck Driving School partners with several carriers to help our students get hired right out of school. Students that sign on to work for a company with a tuition reimbursement program will typically receive monthly payments over time for the cost of their education while they maintain active employment status with the company. If you take out a loan in order to pay for truck driver training, the trucking company can pay off your loan directly through your lender.
Injured employees who have a permanent, partial disability caused by an injury, and whose employer does not offer other work, may qualify for the supplemental job displacement benefits (SJDB). SJDB comes in the form of a non-transferable voucher that can be used to pay for educational retraining or skill enhancement at state-approved or state-accredited schools. The training vouchers are accepted by United Truck Driving School. The voucher covers school tuition, fees, books and expenses required by the school for your CDL training.
Students may choose to finance California CDL Training a variety of ways. Students can pay “out-of-pocket” via cash or card. Additionally, we offer financing for our courses on approved credit with a down payment. We offer reasonable payments that do not begin until one and a half to two months following graduation.
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