Tri Area Driving School
CDL Training Cost
3 weeks / 160 hours
How Many Hours Do Students Spend In The Truck?
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 4 students maximum
Is The Training Schedule Full-Time or Part-Time?
Both (FT & PT)
Is This Training Offered By A Private Program, or Sponsored By A Trucking Company?
Are Grants and Financial Aid Available At This School?
TADS states: “Tri Area Driving School is approved by Michigan Works! to accept students that are eligible for an Individual Training Account Authorization through the Career Education Consumer Report. We are also an authorized vendor with Michigan Rehabilitation Services. In addition, we are approved for funding for veterans that qualify for either Chapter 33 or Chapter 35 funding. For those that don't qualify for funding, student loans are available. For little or nothing down, we can get financing for nearly everyone. If a student gets a loan, very often Tuition Reimbursement will allow a student to go to school and have his/her employer pay for their training.”
Job Placement Assistance Provided?
Successful Job Placement Rate & Related Info
Placement rate 90-96%. Free lifetime placement assistance.
What Percentage of Students Graduate This Program?
This School Claims to be Certified or Accredited by:
certified by State of MI, Driver Programs Division
Additional Information Provided By The School:
Tri-Area Driving School states: “Free additional training until you pass the CDL test.” Offers additional courses, One-on-ones.