Welcome to Skagit City Trucking School, a professional Class A, B and C CDL Truck Driver Training Program. You can be assured you have made the right choice by attending Skagit City Trucking School. We pride ourselves in the quality of our training program and the professionalism of our staff. By attending our school you will learn from instructors who have been involved in the trucking industry as drivers, owner operators, safety directors, terminal managers and contractors. Our school staff consists of experienced, seasoned personnel who have been involved in the trucking industry for a combined total of 190+ years!
We are proud of an excellent safety record due to our professional drivers who participate in our company’s safety culture. At Skagit City Trucking School you can know we have what it takes to get you started in a successful career in the trucking and transportation industry.
Skagit City Trucking School is a state licensed vocational school governed by the Workforce Training Education Coordinating Board (WTECB). We are also affiliated with: Northwest Development Council (Worksource), Dept. of Labor and Industries(L&I), Dept. of Veterans Administration(VA), Dept. of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) – farm workers, and Fedex.
At Skagit City Trucking School there are no “Hidden Fees.” We encourage you to come and check out our campus!
For All Veterans
On April 27, 2012 the President signed Executive Order 13607 – Establishing Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions Serving Members, Veterans, Spouses, and Other Family Members.
Companies are strongly encouraged to commit to the Principles of Excellence, thus publicly recognizing the importance of transparency and providing students with appropriate information.
Skagit City Trucking School, LLC has whole-heartedly agreed to comply with the Executive Order’s Principles of Excellence.
Currently in the U.S. there are 3.5 million truck drivers employed in the industry. A large percentage of these drivers are expected to retire. An aging workforce, has many trucking companies unable to use trucks or add capacity at a time when freight volumes are steadily growing. According to the Department of Labor, currently the long-haul, heavy-duty truck transportation industry in the United States is experiencing a national shortage of 50,000 truck drivers. The average age of truck drivers in the U.S. is 55 years old.
A report from the American Trucking Associations says more than 70 percent of goods consumed in the U.S. are moved by truck, but the industry needs to hire almost 900,000 more drivers to meet rising demand. Companies are looking for qualified drivers to fill these positions.
Specific Program Objective
By providing thorough awareness of the knowledge and skills required for the safe operation of a commercial motor vehicle, students will become professional truck drivers.
Primary Occupation for Students Completing Program
This program will prepare successful graduates for a primary occupation as an entry level truck driver for local or over the road driving positions. However, the occupation of the student may vary depending on experience, education, and career advancement within the company.
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