Coolidge Trucking Schools

About Schools in Coolidge
Total Schools:
1
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Average Tuition Cost:
$2,160
Average Loan Amount:
$4,243
Average Scholarship Award:
$2,626
Average Classroom Size:
16 Students

Change Your Life with a Career in Trucking

With Arizona's mix of large cities and small rural communities, it's no surprise that this state really relies on the trucking industry. If you are looking for truck driver programs in Coolidge, we are here to help! At Central Arizona College, you can earn a degree in diesel technology or learn how to become a truck driver. The average cost of tuition is $2,160 and the average scholarship award is $2,626.

Roll Towards Success with Training in Coolidge

If you want to become a diesel mechanic, there are two options you can look into. The first is a diesel technology certificate, which takes about one year of study. The second option is an Associate's degree, which takes approximately two years. Be sure to ask each school you speak with about their career placement assistance. Their relationships with local employers can help you in your search for a new job after completing your training. If you need to earn endorsements, such as passenger or HazMat, be sure to compare those programs as well when choosing the right program.

Driving in Coolidge

The 11,800 residents of Coolidge enjoy a cost of living that is almost 15% lower than the national average. You may be able to work for local employers like C.R. England, Marten Transport, and NTDJ. You'll need to get familiar with local highways, including Arizona Highway 87. Heavy truck drivers in the Coolidge area have an impressive average salary of $42,350 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013). The average income for a light truck driver is $32,690 (BLS, 2013).

Let’s start looking for the right CDL-A program in Coolidge today! Contact the schools below to find out more!

Trucking Schools in Coolidge
(Coolidge,
AZ)
• Offers Diesel Mechanic Programs, • Offers Truck Driving Programs
• Medium Campus
• Rural Setting
$2,160 Tuition Cost
$2,626 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards