Truck Driving

Ranger College Truck Driving program is designed to teach students how to operate a truck. As an over-the-road driver, students have the opportunity to travel across North America, in all kinds of weather and terrain.

Upon graduation students will be:

  1. Qualified to secure an entry level job as an over the road driver with a commercial driver’s license.
  2. Aware of safety procedures; alcohol and drug effects; laws and penalties applicable to the professional driver.
  3. Proficient at performing pre-trip, on the road, and post trip vehicle and equipment inspections.
  4. Skillful in safe driving techniques.
  5. Capable of map reading, log books, cargo documentation, dispatch procedures, emergency responsibilities, and regulations of transportation agencies.

Location:
Brown County Center

Length of Program:
The course will be 200 total hours, spread out over 4 weeks. Classes take place on weekdays from 7 am-4 pm or 8:00 am to 5:00 pm with an hour lunch break.

Start of the Program:
June 15, 2020

Financial Aid:
Scolarships are available. Please fill out the from in English or Spanish, and send  the filled out application to Holly Stultz: Holly.Stultz@workforcesystem.org.

Tuition:
The cost of the course without a scholarship is $4995.

Got additional questions? Contact us:
Kenette Shaw
kshaw@rangercollege.edu