* This visit was canceled. Please check our Job Placement page for upcoming recruiter visits and postings on the job board.
A representative from Stevens Transport will be at our South. St. Paul Campus to talk about the opportunities they have for students. They're based in Dallas and they are the largest refrigerated based company in the State of Texas.
All of the industry reports are showing strong freight prices, especially for flat bed loads. That is an especially good sign as freight moved on flat bed is usually tied to infrastructure improvement. Dry van freight is stable and refrigerated freight is also strong.
The trucking industry continues to brace for the looming requirement for Electronic Logging Devices to become mandatory on December 18th of this year.
Sam is our newest and youngest instructor. He brings the spark of a millennial and is really good at helping students on the simulators and with their backing skills. We have students from a wide range of ages and Sam complements our staff with his sharp eye and enthusiasm.
Terry took our 160 Hour Professional Refresher Program. This training will qualify him for a position with the major trucking companies that hire our students. The Program can be completed in as little as three weeks. Couse work can be done remotely online as Terry did. A valid Class A CDL license is required to enroll in this program. Stay safe and keep in touch.
We’ve got news for you: Some industries, you may have never considered before are “HIRING,” and you’re exactly what they’re looking for. There’s even new recruiting campaigns to attract women to apply.
There may be no such thing as a “man’s world” for long! There is a huge shortage of drivers right now.
There is a really good article by STEVEN SEIDENBERG in the ABA Journal about autonomous vehicles. The liability issue is going to have a very strong influence on how practical it is to have large trucks driven autonomously. All of the hype in the media lately about driverless trucks does not factor in all of the issues at hand and also ignores the infrastructure already in place to put semi trailers on trains and move them across the country far cheaper than behind a truck with a driver.
Jon was very excited when he passed his first CDL Road Test. He was very nervous prior to the test but he did a good job and nailed the pre-trip inspection along with all of the driving manuevers. He is headed off to Halvor Lines.