To train qualified personnel and tractor trailer
drivers including those who have less than (1)
year experience, veterans and recent tractor trailer graduates of North Carolina Driving School or one of its affiliates or minimum (3) month OTR tractor verifiable experience from a reputable recognized carrier.
To open a new resource for recruiting and provide the knowledge needed to operate company equipment in a safe efficient manner.
What is an on-the-job learner?
On-the-job learning (OJL) is training you receive while actually performing a job and earning wages, as well as receiving your GI Bill benefits. OJL programs normally range from six months to two years in length.
You may be eligible to receive a monthly Montgomery GI Bill benefit check from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
What is an apprentice?
Apprenticeship training is on-the-job learning combined with theoretical related instruction. You receive your GI Bill benefits while working and earning wages. Apprenticeship programs are normally from one year to five years in length. Registration with the N.C. Department of Labor Apprenticeship and Training Bureau is not mandatory for veterans; however, it is recommended in order for the veteran to receive journeyworker credentials.