“A CDL License Is A Diploma for the Working Person…”
More than 90 % of student graduates of cdl truck driver training programs at Trainco Truck Driving Schools are placed in jobs, and many find jobs even before graduation. Trainco, with six locations in Ohio and Michigan, has earned an excellent reputation as one of the best CDL truck driver training schools in the U.S. And their reputation is well deserved ….
Fully Approved by the Veterans Administration
Fully approved by the Veterans Administration to train Armed Forces members at their Perrysburg, Findlay, Norwalk, Taylor and Ann Arbor campuses, Trainco welcomes American veterans wanting CDL driver training. Funding options for veterans under the 9/11 GI Bill (also known as Chapter 33) may include:
- Veterans with 3 years or more of service may be fully funded
- Servicemen and servicewomen with less experience may see a good bit of the cost covered
- Older veterans (Chapter 30) may still be eligible for benefit programs
- Guardsmen/women and Reservists also may be eligible for benefit programs
Recognized by the Veterans Administration as a “school of distinction” for following the rigorous standards established on a Federal level, Trainco Truck Driving Schools is listed on the VA website as a federally recognized participant in the “Principles of Excellence” program.
Veterans can learn what funding assistance may be available by visiting the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. If you have a service related injury you may be entitled to federal training funds under Chapter 31 and the Vocational Rehabilitation Program. And if the above programs don’t work for you, Trainco offers multiple funding options through credit unions, government agencies, company reimbursement programs and more.
Trainco Truck Driving Schools in Partnership with Community Colleges
Trainco believes that building strong partnerships is the way to drive the trucking industry forward. Recently, they launched a new association with:
- Cuyahoga Community College (TRI-C) to provide CDL truck driver training to their Corporate College West Campus
- Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan to offer truck driver training programs on their campus
- Mohave Community College Bullhead City and Neal Arizona campuses
When Owens Community College closed its own driver-training program in February of 2009, the College partnered with us to offer training to their students. Owens students who complete Trainco’s program receive five credit hours towards an Associate’s Degree in Technical Studies or other related field at Owens Community College. As a result of that successful partnership, Owens and Trainco opened a second truck-driving school, this one located on Owens’ beautiful Findlay campus.
The “Knights of the Road” Tradition
Everyone alike, students and employees count as part of the Trainco family. But Trainco always welcomes their alumni and remains involved in their success and activities. Alumni are encouraged to stay in touch with Trainco for job placement assistance, or to brush up on their skills. Trainco is active on Facebook and Twitter and stays in touch with their grads through social media. And it’s not uncommon for grads to stop in for a cup of coffee and just chat ….
While Trainco is always committed to their alumni’s success, they are especially proud of their “Knights of the Road” tradition. Simply put, it means “do good on the road” – if you see something strange or suspicious and want to report it, contact:
- National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
- Ohio State Highway Patrol
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency
To learn about Trainco Truck Driving Schools’ cdl Class A training programs, the accelerated refresher course and more about the company’s training programs visit their website at www.traincoinc.com. Trainco is a member of:
- Ohio Trucking Association
- Safety Council of Northwest Ohio
- Toledo Transportation Association
- Better Business Bureau – Ohio
- Better Business Bureau – Michigan