Employment Assistance Provides
Soft Skills TrainingWhile in school, students will receive training in skills essential to “nailing the interview” and “landing the job.” These skills include employment application procedures, interviewing techniques, networking methods, and more.
Diesel Truck Driver Training School instructors have years of industry experience, many as owner operators, over the road drivers, and small business owners! They know what it takes to “make it” in the industries we train for, and they happily pass onto their students the valuable lessons they have learned both working and hiring in the industry. Combining soft skills training with a superior Diesel Truck Driver Training School education and hands-on experience gives our graduates an edge when entering the workforce!
Personal Career CounselingThe National Employment Assistance Coordinator begins working personally with students during the first week of training. Each student is given an entrance interview to determine their industries of interest and career goals, along with the geographical area they will be seeking employment. The Employment Assistance Coordinator then provides each student a packet containing a list of potential employers in their target area, along with other helpful documentation concerning their training and skills.
Job Leads DatabaseAll Diesel Truck Driver Training School graduates are provided access to our Job Leads Database which contains the name and contact information for THOUSANDS of potential employers. The Employment Assistance Department continually adds new potential employers throughout the country and places them into the Job Leads Database.
For Diesel Truck Driver Training School graduates, these prospective employers are then searchable by state, city, or zip code. This allows the student to search for and locate employers in specific geographical locations throughout the United States and begin the job application process!