Going To Celadon

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Justmeblessed's Comment
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Hello everyone it's been a while since I been on the forum.How is everyone ? The last time I was here I was thinking about going to CRE.Well,now I have decided to go with Celadon.I'm at the bus station now headed to Indianapolis.I will keep you posted on progress.Thanks everyone for listening.

Justmeblessed's Comment
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Hi again yall ,I'm here ! I arrived this morning around 3:30 .Everything has gone great so far.I had breakfast which was really good. In my room now going to get on this High Road Training to brush up a little. Wanna be prepared for whatever is thrown my way.This Dorm room is not so bad,especially since I don't have a room mate.going to keep you posted as much as possible.Work start tomorrow at 8.keep me in your prayers because I really wanna do this. Thanks everyone.

Old School's Comment
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Congratulations Justmeblessed!

I just want to say that keeping a great attitude and listening well will take you a long ways while at their school. Don't let yourself get discouraged if things don't seem to be going like you expected, and certainly don't let the naysayers at the school have a bad influence on you. Celadon's program has suffered some growing pains and at times there may seem like some unnecessary delays or confusion among the instructors, but don't let that stuff put you off. Any time you participate in one of these company sponsored programs it really is like an over extended interview, so put on your best performance at all times. Don't get impatient, and keep a great attitude - trust me, they are taking notes on which ones of you can handle unexpected changes in your schedule or unexpected delays in the whole process.

Keep us posted, we enjoy hearing the success stories, and there will be plenty of people who might be interested in Celadon's program.

Hang in there - it may very well be one of the toughest things you've ever accomplished, but it is the doorway into a new career for you.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Michael E.'s Comment
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Welcome I have been at celadon since Dec 15 the yea it is good a little unorganized but not bad

Justmeblessed's Comment
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Thanks Old School.So far I am keeping a positive attitude and looking foward to the training.I am also the type of person that hear but don't listen to a lot of negative from elsewhere . I like to make my own judgment as far as important decision making.If not for that,l would not be here now,because of family and friends with those kinds of negative attitudes. I have every intention of making my decision into a positive experience.

Thanks Michael.We may cross paths sometime.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Ian M.'s Comment
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Thanks Old School.So far I am keeping a positive attitude and looking foward to the training.I am also the type of person that hear but don't listen to a lot of negative from elsewhere . I like to make my own judgment as far as important decision making.If not for that,l would not be here now,because of family and friends with those kinds of negative attitudes. I have every intention of making my decision into a positive experience.

Thanks Michael.We may cross paths sometime.

I start at Celadon on Monday January 12th. I am actually over there tomorrow to sort out my dorm.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Bill R.'s Comment
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Thanks Old School.So far I am keeping a positive attitude and looking foward to the training.I am also the type of person that hear but don't listen to a lot of negative from elsewhere . I like to make my own judgment as far as important decision making.If not for that,l would not be here now,because of family and friends with those kinds of negative attitudes. I have every intention of making my decision into a positive experience.

Thanks Michael.We may cross paths sometime.

These are the best things you could have said.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Michael E.'s Comment
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Just me blessed r u one of the refreshers for celadon

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