C1 Truck Driver Training offers a variety of admissions options for affordable Class A CDL training. Worried that you might not be able to afford training? Don't be! Our school staff has in-depth knowledge of a variety of different program options to help you afford truck driving school at C1. With today’s high unemployment rate and trucking companies starving for more drivers, there are a number of programs available to help you pay for CDL training. Our trained and knowledge staff can help you find the best fit.
Whether you’re interested in applying GI Bill benefits, using government grants for CDL training, or getting tuition assistance from a trucking company, C1 Truck Driver Training can help you answer the question of how to pay for truck driving school.
Here’s a brief summary of a few of the tuition assistance programs that might currently help you pay for truck driver training:
Post 9/11 GI Bill
For military veterans, the Post 9/11 GI Bill provides expanded benefits for CDL training tuition and even an apprenticeship program. To learn how you could use your GI Bill benefits to attend truck driving school, click the 'GI Bill For CDL Training' button and we'll be happy to walk you thru the process of applying your 'GI Bill to CDL training.'
Tuition Assistance Programs
You may qualify for tuition assistance for CDL training through local, state and federal programs. Our school personnel can quickly determine if you might qualify for WIA benefits, VocRehab, VA, or other grants for CDL training. To get the details, click the button for 'Tuition Assistance For CDL Training.'
Tuition Reimbursement Programs
Trucking companies are in dire need of well-trained truck drivers. With tuition reimbursement for truck driver training, you could attend CDL training and be placed with a trucking company that offers reimbursement for school tuition. That’s money paid directly to you to cover the cost of CDL training. You can learn about job opportunities with great trucking companies offering tuition reimbursement by clicking the ‘Tuition Reimbursement Programs’ button.
Company-Sponsored CDL Training
Company-sponsored CDL training could be an option if you are able to commit to an over-the-road driving job for at least 12 months. In exchange for driving for the trucking company, the company will cover the up-front cost of your truck driver training tuition. We’ve partnered with Driver Solutions to provide the best sponsored CDL training opportunities.