Truck Driving School Graduate William Wiltsie: March 2012

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National Truck Driver School Graduate of the Month

March 2012

Please join us as we recognize and congratulate National Training Truck Driver School Graduate of the Month for March 2012, William Wiltsie.

William graduated from NTI Truck Driver School in August of 2011 and we wanted to make sure William received his due praise for a job well done during his time with us.

 

National Training likes to honor all students that complete our program.  Each one took the fateful step to change careers. As anyone has experienced or can imagine knows this is NOT an easy process to undertake.   To each of them we want to congratulate and let them know “well done, you did it and you should be proud.”

For those students that stand out in the crowd we offer them a bit more recognition by offering their story for others to see and share in their experience, not only to honor the graduate but let people know “the dream is possible”.

This is the case with William.  William lives locally to us in Orange Park, Florida and he has to sons, both in high school.  William worked as a teacher’s assistant and he also coached football and wrestling at Orange Park High School.  William chose to make a career change in order to support and provide his family with a better lifestyle.

With the shortage of drivers and companies offering drivers outstanding pay and benefits packages William made and excellent call when he changed directions in his career.

As we always do we like to ask each graduate a few questions about their experience with us during their time at Resident Training.  William told us his favorite part of training was the road driving with his group and he also told us his time was pleasant and his instructors are easy to talk to and very knowledgeable.

The highlight of William’s training time came when he received offers from 3 motor carriers he has spoken with at our training facility.  William chose to go with CRST with one of his fellow students to work as a team.

Now William plans on going OTR (Over-The-Road) to gain experience and then try for a local job to stay closer to home and “keep an eye on his kids and be home everyday”.

William, we want to thank you for joining our team and we wish you the best of luck in your new adventure.  Everyone please, once again, congratulate William for a job well done.

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