Career related training is no different than many other forms of training or education. The success rate of an individual school is often determined by the experience and teaching abilities of the trainers, the curriculum followed, and the type of equipment used. When it comes to truck schools, these three components are very important.
Can one truck driver teach someone to drive a truck? The answer, of course, is yes, but can they teach them to become a successful truck driver? Just because you can drive a truck, that doesn’t mean you can become a truck driver. When it comes to training, an instructor needs to be able to follow a set curriculum. If they don’t, then important areas may be left out of the training. When it comes to completing your commercial drivers license test, those areas could make the difference between passing and failing.
Truck schools need to design their training with two main aims in mind – passing the commercial drivers license test and providing skills that employers are looking for. Failing to deliver on either of those aims could render the training useless. How do you determine which truck driving school is best for you? There are a number of factors. The first, and the most important, is simply reputation. A truck school’s reputation is built on a number of factors including:
- Age – How long has the truck school been training truck drivers?
- Success – How successful is the truck school when it comes to helping students achieve a commercial drivers license?
- Longevity – How successful are the truck school’s graduates at building long-term truck driving careers?
Diesel Truck Driver Training School prides itself on being able to tick all of those boxes. With a history of training truck drivers that goes back over forty years, age is certainly on our side. Success? Our curriculum is designed to make the process of obtaining a commercial drivers license and obtaining employment as easy as possible.
Our real success comes from the success of our graduates and the reputation we have amongst employers for delivering employment-ready graduates. Our graduates don’t just ‘pass’ a drivers test, they also ‘pass’ an employer’s suitability test – and that’s how truck driving careers are started. Are you ready to start yours?