American Institute of Trucking – 160 Hour Truck Driver
CDL Training Cost
How Many Hours Do Students Spend In The Truck?
How Many Hours Do Students Spend Driving? (Direct Control, Not Observing)
Is The Training Schedule Full-Time or Part-Time?
Is This Training Offered By A Private Program, or Sponsored By A Trucking Company?
American Institute of Trucking
This School Claims to be Certified or Accredited by:
All locations and all programs are accredited by ACCSC, All locations are certified by the U.S. Department of Education
Additional Information Provided By The School:
American Institute of Trucking (hereafter referred to as AIT) is dedicated to providing training, which will enable our trainees to learn and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in the trucking industry. Our goal is not simply to train individuals to pass the Commercial Driver License test, but to produce graduates who will be valued employees for some of the finest transportation companies in America.
The content and structure of all the programs offered by AIT have been formulated so the trainee develops techniques and skills to secure a Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with endorsements and to satisfy requirements for employment in the truck driving profession.
Initial employment as a truck driver can require different levels of knowledge and skills. Some jobs require a more in-depth level of knowledge and higher skills than others. Each program offered by AIT has been designed so that graduates develop specific competencies. These competencies may qualify the graduate for the different levels of employment. The level of knowledge obtained may also have an influence on future advancements of the graduate.
These factors should be considered when choosing a program.