TDI is helping people just like you get the trucking careers they’ve always dreamed of having.
At Truck Driver Institute, we’re helping fill vacant truck driver seats with women, ’empty nesters’, retired persons, military veterans, preachers, teachers, doctors, nurses, college graduates – the list goes on.
Why? It only takes 3 weeks to train and graduate with your CDL license, as well as your choice of jobs.
Getting your CDL from TDI doesn’t mean you’ll be ready to hit the road as a professional truck driver right out of training. TDI’s carrier-partners hire our graduates first because our students meet the strict requirements rookie drivers need to excel at the 3 – 6 weeks of additional on-the-job and over-the-road training needed to drive for their new employer.
Speaking of training, we’re seeing more Millennials who are unable to find employment that gets them out of their parents’ houses and enables them to pay back student loans quickly after college.
Truck driving offers them high-paying jobs where they can travel the U.S. while deciding what’s next for their careers (many of them choosing to stay in the trucking industry).
TDI also proudly participates with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to apply GI Bill®* benefits to eligible military veterans who want a successful careers in the truck-driving industry.
TDI not only trains our veterans, but also helps them maximize their military benefits, which may include tuition coverage and extra income (many employers offer hiring programs and signing bonuses to veterans too).
Here’s what impressed military veteran Brian Petsel about his CDL license training from TDI-Milton:
Curtis Bradley, a 2016 graduate of TDI-South Bend, got more than his CDL license and a job from our school:
There are so many people (just like you) who have found truck driving to be their best careers yet. Find even more student testimonials by visiting our Testimonials section.
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*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.