Tennessee Truck Driving School
Class A CDL Training
CDL Training Cost
How Many Hours Do Students Spend In The Truck?
110 -165 hours (A minimum of 110 but up to 165 if needed)
How Many Hours Do Students Spend Driving? (Direct Control, Not Observing)
In The Truck, Are Students Taught As A Group or One-on-One?
Instructor to Student Ratio During Driving (Number of Students In The Truck)
1 instructor to 3 students
Is The Training Schedule Full-Time or Part-Time?
FT (M-F, 6am - 6pm)
Is This Training Offered By A Private Program, or Sponsored By A Trucking Company?
Are Grants and Financial Aid Available At This School?
TTDS states: “We have several different ways to assist students cover the costs of training. From traditional financing, student aid, government grants and even Veterans programs. You can use your GI Bill, your Post 9/11 GI Bill or VRAP to get your CDL training, get your license and start your new career in the trucking industry.”
Job Placement Assistance Provided?
Successful Job Placement Rate & Related Info
Job placement assistance for all graduates. TTDS states: “We have a 100% successful job placement program. We pre-qualify everyone before we enroll them to insure we can get them placed.”
What Percentage of Students Graduate This Program?
This School Claims to be Certified or Accredited by:
Licensed by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. (NOTE: As of 3/14, TTDS is in candidacy stage of being accredited by the Council on Occupational Education, which, if approved, would go into effect as of Summer 2014.)
Additional Information Provided By The School:
TTDS states: “We have an easy enrollment process with tuition assistance. We offer a $500 down with no credit check finance program, and we still maintain $4000 tuition. We do not raise the tuition to $6000 or beyond for the financing.”