SHOWOFF E& D CDL Training School is committed to helping new drivers start their careers off right, which is why we offer a wide selection of company paid CDL training options. Start your driving journey by reading through our options and selecting the one that best fits your needs.
CDL Apprenticeship Training This is a paid 4-week CDL apprenticeship program. 4-1 Ratio with instructors Students learn the knowledge and skills they need to become a professional truck driver.
WIOA funding is available to help enhance training and employment opportunities for individuals facing barriers to employment.
Must qualify for the program.
1. Resident of Texas…
3. Dislocated Worker
4. Adult funds
5. Be laid off from current employer
or Income must not exceed program Limit.
6.Receiving Unemployment Benefits
7. YOUTH 18-24
8.Must be able to pass a Dot Physical & Drug Screen
9.Must be able to pass a general knowledge test.
10.Must have a validate driver's license, birth certificate, social security card
How to apply: Local Career Services or WIOA office.
Online: Instructions - Workforce Solutions (wrksolutions.com) on the application you must click the talent development, work experience training to be directed to the department for Apprenticeship processing.
Eligibility: Individuals underemployed, unemployed, dislocated.
Questions: Contact nearest Career Services office or driving school
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Qualified Candidates- WIOA Grants
We have partnered with organizations that specialize in re-entry programs.
second chance for re-entry programs-, truck driver training, job assistance and more contact us for more information.
WIOA SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS FOR -NON APPRENTISHIP PROGRAMS
Pre- Hire Letters
What New Truck Drivers Need to Know About Trucking Company Pre-hire Letters:
Drivers who plan to go to a private truck driving school should get as many pre-hire letters as possible.
Many schools actually require pre-hire letters as a condition of enrollment.
A pre-hire letter is a trucking company's verification that a driver appears to meet their minimum qualifications for hire.
A pre-hire is not a guarantee of a job but means that a driver will be considered for employment after graduating trucking school and getting their CDL.
Pre-qualifying helps to ensure that a CDL driver is hirable, even after getting their CDL.
Pre-hire letters are acceptance letters from trucking companies to students, or even potential students, to verify placement. The trucking companies are saying in writing that the student, or potential student, appears to meet the company's minimum hiring requirements and is welcome to attend their orientation at the company's expense once he or she graduates from truck driving school and has their CDL in hand. Instructions - Workforce Solutions (wrksolutions.com)