Lifetime Job Placement Assistance and Career Services for Graduates

Illustration representing a graduate receiving initial job placement and then climbing to the top of a careerAt National Truck Driving School, we’re committed to helping each graduate launch his future with the first job placement.  The NTDS Career Services Department has been highly successful with job placement for our graduates, which is a reflection on the quality of our students and training. We have had many graduates who received truck-driving job offers even before they completed their resident training.

The Career Services Department seeks out potential employers and learns of available openings for qualified truck drivers and certified heavy equipment operators.  This is done through an exchange of information with companies, government agencies, and third party recruiters.  Serious effort is made to help all graduates find positions in which their capabilities will be both used and rewarded.

Finding Your First Truck Driving Job – and Helping Advance Your Career

We are here to guide you towards achieving the necessary skills that will help you reach your goal — obtain not just a job, but a career!

Not only that, but our Career Services Department serves past graduates by helping them change jobs and extend their truck driving careers. We are proud of our Lifetime Job Placement Assistance program and how it helps NTDS graduates become successful with long tenures in their career of choice.

Don’t Just Take Our Word for It! See What Our Graduates Say on Job Placement:

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Read what past graduates have experienced from our Career Services, even before graduation!

Kelly Byers – Graduate November 2012 -- speaks on job placement

“So far I’ve narrowed my choices from six offers down to three companies I feel are the best fit for me. Each day a new opportunity seems to come up!”

Kelly Byers – Graduate November 2012

Dana Katz – Graduate August 2012 - speaks on job placement

“I initially applied for only two companies and had positive responses from both within a few days. There were many recruiters from a wide variety of companies…I really liked the fact that the school doesn’t push companies on you, they simply state the facts and benefits about them and let me decide which is the best fit myself and my family.”

Dana Katz – Graduate August 2012

Bill Capley – Graduate February 2013 - speaks on job placement

“I got three job offers before I even tested out! Obtaining my CDL A from National Training is just as important to me as my Bachelors Degree from Rollins College! Thank you National Training!”

Bill Capley – Graduate February 2013

Career Services for Heavy Equipment Operator Graduates

Street signs representing Career OpportunityBillions are being spent in the United States to build and repair roads, bridges, airfields, office buildings, shopping centers, and subdivisions – not to mention for soil conservation, land leveling, reclamation and flood control projects to improve our environment.

Heavy equipment machines cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, but they do a lot of work and earn a profit for their owners, if qualified operators run them. The construction, forestry, strip mining, conservation, land clearing, utilities and other industries are not going to employ untrained or unskilled people to operate these costly machines.

And so, the need for qualified heavy equipment operators never ends. The person who successfully completes a high-quality training program in this field should have a good future.

Because of this, our Heavy Equipment Operator Graduates are generally fully employed in this field soon after graduation. We help with job placement by trying to find employment for them as close as possible to their homes, with good companies that offer great benefits.

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