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If you want to enter a career that is highly sought after for its hands-on approach and benefits like health insurance and paid vacations, then you should consider training to become a commercial truck driver at the American Institute of Technology in Phoenix, Arizona.
The institute’s academics consist of four truck driving training programs:
- Professional Truck Driving
- Commercial Truck Driving
- Diesel Truck Driving
- Truck Driving Training
Your education will be delivered in classrooms and behind the wheel, on the road. Educators are certified professionals with a wealth of experience in the truck driving industry, allowing your education to be enhanced by their insight. Classroom topics range from dealing with weigh stations to vehicular repair.
Most of your training will be completed on the road in a variety of scenarios, including busy streets, highways and back roads. You will learn how to successfully handle large vehicles on the road through exercises like lane switching, driving along mountainous paths and transporting loads from one station to another.
The institute offers job placement assistance throughout your training and once you complete it. It maintains relationships with companies like Werner Enterprises, Swift and Kalil Bottling.
Once you complete your training, you will be prepared to take the Class A commercial driving examination and be on your way to an exciting career.
Students interested in applying can complete a pre-qualification questionnaire available on the Phoenix institute’s admissions website.
To help students pay for tuition, the American Institute in Phoenix offers financial aid to eligible students through Pell grants, direct student loans and private loan programs.
American Institute of Technology
440 S 54th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85043
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Fair walkability. You could have a car for this area, but walking is possible.
Seasonal average temperatures for Phoenix, AZ
- Latino: 19%
- African American: 24%
- Caucasian: 50%
- American Indian or Alaska native: 1%
- Asian: 2%
- Unknown and Other: 5%
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