Get Your CDL Career Started
Have you heard “if you bought it, a truck driver brought it”? Truck drivers play a major role in the economy and our everyday lives. We have a constant need for supplies. As a result, there is a high demand for professional truck drivers to deliver our supplies. Once you have your CDL license, your employment opportunities are endless. Follow these simple steps to a CDL career full of opportunities.
Step 1: Visit one of our campuses
When you visit a Smith & Solomon School you will meet with an admissions representative, they will review our available programs, schedules and multiple payment plans that are available for you to take advantage of.
Step 2: Qualifications
First qualifier is a valid driver’s license. We then schedule you to obtain your Department of Transportation physical and drug screen. You are now ready to get started!
Step 3: Your CDL training & Road Test
Our training provides you with the knowledge and skills you need for your written and road test. Your CDL program can take approximately 5 to 12 weeks (depending on schedule) including both classroom and behind-the-wheel training. Road test is scheduled for you on the same trucks you have trained on.
Step 4: Get on the road to a Successful CDL Career
Achieving a CDL is your key to access a large variety of CDL Career opportunities. Smith & Solomon will guide you to trucking companies that offer competitive pay packages, benefits and tuition reimbursement with on-site recruiter visits, Hiring Events and Job Fairs. Your search for a CDL Career starts on the very first visit to Smith & Solomon School.
Get started Today! Call 1-800-622-0355 to schedule an appointment. Or simply stop by one of our campuses!
I graduated your school during the summer of 2012 and landed a local driving job immediately and haven't looked back since. My life is back on track after being laid off in early 2012 and I'm on target to make over $75,000 this year. Again, thank you for the new skill. I just learned that truck drivers are more in the demand than ever as rules, laws, and regulations get more challenging, along with the next generation of truck drivers starting to retire creating a big hole in the industry.