A-1 CDL Driving School - Job Placement

Job Placement Services are our focus from the beginning of training

A-1 CDL School has monthly Career Day for our graduates and their friends. Many companies participate in our Career Day program to introduce them and to provide trucking industry information as well as employment opportunities. You might get an interview on the spot. This is open to anyone with or without the license who is interested in professional driving career with the Trucking industry. You don’t need a CDL license to participate in our career day. Please come with your friends and find out more. Call A-1 CDL School to find out our next career day.

Job Opportunities

A-1 CDL Trailer Training’s graduates can choose from over 100 companies. Job placement ranges from local, regional, and over-the-road. Here are some of the companies our graduates can choose from: Werner Enterprises, TransAm, Motion Holdings, Swift Enterprises, Roehl, TMC, McElroy, Covenant, Atlantic Bulk Carriers, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, VA Concrete, Updike Industries, Huss, Marten, FFE, CR England, KLLM, Givens, U.S. Express, H.O. Wolding, AAA, Interstate Van Lines, and many more including regional, local, and short haul.

Most carriers offer tuition reimbursement to new drivers. On average, a new driver will receive $100-$200 per month over and above pay to help get back most, if not all, the money invested in training.

During training, our student coordinator will meet each student personally to assist in the job placement process. Staff is available to answer questions and help guide students to companies where they will be happy. Recruiters from various carriers make presentation to students and take applications. Students can report to the selected carrier immediately after graduation.

There are no employment contracts to sign. New drivers average $600-$900 weekly their first year.