sampson community college

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    jonthebritnc Light Load Member

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    Can anybody tell me about Sampson community college CDL program

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    Their program is modelled after the Johnston County Truck Driver Training School. There are a few threads on here about them. Sampson is probably the cheapest of the community college programs in NC. The Director at Sampson Co. used to work at JCC.
    I went to JCC so I don't have any first hand knowledge. I spoke with them when I was searching for a school. JCC was closer to me. Excellent program
     
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    Its really cheap i know that.Been thinking about sending my wife there to get her cdl so we can team.If u go keep us in the loop
     
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    will do i will either go to cfcc or sampson county i live closer to cfcc but more expensive still unsure
     
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    sampson community was good,just graduated from there two weeks ago, just know you will have to travel to kenansville nc for the training field, which is another 30-45 mins from the college so depened on how far you are from the college just know you will be riding a little longer on certain days you are pose to be at the training field

    if you take week day classes, you will be at the college on mondays 8am to 5pm, (which is in clinton,nc) tues-friday you will be on the training field 8am-6pm(which they usually let us go around 5:40 etc, after you do ya daily clean up and thats in kenansville nc)

    weekend classes you will be at the school on thursdays nights 6pm-10pm, n on the training field saturday n sundays 8am-6pm

    great school, great instructors they teach you the basic n more, i was a rookie to the core lol never drove a stick let alone a 18 wheeler n i couldn't back to save my life, but after this class i have a better ideal on how to shift n i can back pretty #### good right now.....i would def recommend it, just know how far you are from the school n the training field

    hope this help have any more questions let me know
     
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    Thanks for the come back.
     
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    thanks mr boulton

    i got some info in the mail

    is that right around $500 or is there more cost once you sign up for the class im skeptical about the class
     
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    ^search "SCC Truck Driver Training Clinton, NC" and it should be the first link to click on, it show's they prices on what you have to pay
     
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    still not sure which route to take got time to think