Truck Driver Academy

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  • 909-201-7600 or 626-852-2000
  • 11081 Cherry Ave, Fontana, CA 92337

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4276 Elton St, Baldwin Park, CA 91706 | 11081 Cherry Ave, Fontana, CA 92337   |    909-201-7600 or 626-852-2000 ( Se Habla Español ) 
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Truck Driving Job Placement Services

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truck driving job placementTraining drivers and finding great driving positions is our business. Are you looking for a higher paying job with flexible hours and a competitive and regular paycheck? Our truck driving school in California can help you find the perfect job placement. Do you like local, route, temporary long-term or permanent? At the Truck Driver Academy, we teach you the most current licensing requirements. Our expert and on-the-job training makes our truck driving school one of the best in the country.

We offer truck job placement services to all our driver training students. Truck Driver Academy has access to trucking jobs around the country. We have the ideal company for you to drive for.

Once you graduate you’ll have access to truck driver job placement opportunities with some of the largest companies in the United States. Our employment partnerships are with some of the largest trucking companies, as well as, work closely with many smaller and local trucking companies.

After you have completed the truck driving school in California, it is our goal to help you find the perfect truck driving job placement. We will honor our commitment to help you with truck driver placement services anytime in the future.

Not sure about which truck driving job is right for you. Some of the truck driver placement services we offer include:

  • Long Distance Truck Driving Jobs – Enjoy day trips or have a layover. Sometimes you may be away from home based for a week or longer.
  • Local Trucking Jobs – This can entail pick-up and delivery operations, deliveries and sometimes even selling skills in addition to driving skills.
  • Specialized Truck Drivers – These drivers often need extra training to accommodate the specialized equipment. It could include double trailers, triple trailers, auto carriers, bulk carriers, tank trucks and other heavy specialized equipment.
  • Hazardous Materials Drivers – These drivers do need more extensive training to understand the safety needs and how to cope in emergencies.
  • Owner-Operator or Independent Truck Driver – Many drivers enjoy owning their own equipment and working as an independent contractor. This is popular with husband and wife owner-operators.

Call us today and ask us how our truck driving school with job placement can work for you!