We offer quality training at our Ohio truck driver training school.
Have you been looking for an Ohio truck driver training school? Are you searching for a career that allows you to work independently and take pride in the services you provide to others? You can find both at Hamrick School, a truck driver training school near Cleveland. We’re ready to help you reach your destination!
What can Hamrick School offer you?
- Personalized instruction in small classes
- Fast-paced training programs that keep you on track
- Professional instructors who are passionate about the subjects they teach and about seeing you succeed
- A history of success in education since 1980
- Day or evening classes that work with your schedule
Hamrick School isn’t just any Ohio truck driver training school. The training programs at Hamrick School are career-specific, and it’s our goal to help you meet and exceed the professional standards you’ll encounter in your future career. You’ll be able to apply the information you learn at our career school in Ohio to your new workplace. Our instructors understand what will be expected of you when you enter the work world, so they know exactly how to help you prepare.
In April 2012, Hamrick School was granted the 2012 Excellence in Business Award by the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council “as a prime example of a local business that has demonstrated outstanding performance, growth, staying power and innovation.”
Hamrick School has been accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) since June 1987. The ACCSC is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education and has recognized Hamrick School as a 2015-2016 ACCSC School of Distinction. Hamrick School also received a Gold Star Award from the Better Business Bureau for zero consumer complaints. It has also been named a Military Friendly School by GI Jobs Magazine for the past three years.
Hamrick School is an official training provider registered according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations. The FMCSA’s ELDT regulations set the minimum Federal requirements for training that entry-level drivers must complete before being permitted to take certain CDL skills or knowledge tests. The FMCSA Training Provider Registry retains a record of which CDL applicants have completed the new training and certification process outlined in the ELDT regulations.
Interested in learning more about our truck driver training programs in Ohio? Then contact us today to request more info.