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    TN

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    Company Driver In Training

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    5 years, 7 months ago

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Posted:  5 years, 4 months ago

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VA apprenticeship

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Posted:  5 years, 4 months ago

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VA apprenticeship

So maybe it's me, but all my searching on here I haven't been able to find any information about companies and the apprenticeship program that's recent. Seems like everything is 3-4 year old posts. My question is has anyone gone through any of the companies that offer the apprenticeship program within the last year? I'm currently in school and they are pushing Werner and schneider really hard! I've been really looking into jim palmer/wiltrans as well because of the regional and home time. Being prior service I don't trust recruiters and sure as heck not trusting a school who is pushing 2 companies that have crap plastered all over their walls and training trucks.. Guess I'm just looking for info on companies and current experience and recommendations. Thanks in advance.

why not Schneider or Werner? Just curious confused.gif

Posted:  5 years, 4 months ago

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Advice

Thank you all will keep yall updated on my situation as I can. I truly appreciate the advice from everyone.

Posted:  5 years, 4 months ago

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Prime CDL Training

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Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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Advice

Thank you all, yes I have my cdl just had went to orientation and out with a trainer before all this happened, I'm not sure what I will do now. I just have to research more thanks ageain.

Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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Advice

I need advice if anyone can...... I was in company training and had to leave for a family emergency. Now because of this my family wants me home and not OTR. I know this wont be possible but I'm not sure. Can I find a local position? Has my blood, sweat and tears not to mention time and money all been for nnothing?? any advice is appreciated ..... I've normally posted in ladies section but figured would be more advice here . Thank you!

Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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Alot of wwaiting...

So I've been here at orientation a week now, the first few days were paperwork, videos, drug testing and seeing the doctor again. Still waiting on a trainer tho a few have left from my class but not many with a trainer .There are others from classes before still waiting. some are giving up going home, dont understand that because we are still getting paid and why go through this whole process just to quit??? Even tho the waiting around is difficult when your used to being busy all day working is tough, I know it wont be like this much longersmile.gif

Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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Orientation

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Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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I'M so conflicted! (TNT)

Hi Mostly H I'm new also and currently waiting on my trainer with my company. Thats my worst nightmare bout it also getting one who wont teach you. Rainy can tell ya what to do best with this since she's at Prime or one of the others here. Me I'm afraid I would request a new one but like you said....what if Good luck to you

Posted:  5 years, 5 months ago

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Orientation

So today I got checked into the hotel, they go over times when shuttle arrives to take you to the terminal. Tell you what time to pick up your Breakfast.. which is a brown bag with a poptart, cereal, milk. or you can get a microwave burrito. Well yum! lol Any hoo, not much except unpacking, resting for tomorrow up and early call at 6 am then its paperwork, drug test and CBLs. I'm told the wait times for a trainer could be weeks. Maybe that's not the case. confused.gifsmile.gif

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