NAAND schools have been proactively diligent and forward thinking in developing safe and effective programs in advance of a Federal requirement to do so.
Since 1985, NAAND member programs have trained over 100,000 people for entry level commercial driver positions, which currently earn first year incomes of $36,000 – $40,000.
Programs offered by NAAND members consist of comprehensive curriculum that teach several important subject matters not normally sufficiently covered in the typical driver training curriculum; such as the operation of special rigs, cargo documentation, fuel conservation, progressive shifting, transportation operations, principals of first aid, personal health and safety, soft skill of life on the road, and public and employer relations.
What NAAND Stands For!
Our schools’ longer programs appropriately provide training beyond that needed to obtain a CDL. This additional training allows graduates to progress more rapidly in their finishing training and ensures that short-distance drivers, for whom finishing training often is not required, are better qualified to immediately command their vehicles and are better prepared to operate these vehicles in a safe manner.
Our Mission is to advocate laws, regulations, rules, and standards that ensure access to the most comprehensive commercial driver training programs available.
Driver training schools should be required to teach a certain set of skills and should be judged based on whether their students are able to demonstrate skill mastery.
NETTTS provides the men and women of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island with career training for CDL Commercial Truck Driving, CDL Industry Safety Training and HVAC Service Technician training. Through a combination of classroom instruction and lab/field training, our mission is to provide students with the comprehensive career training that will allow students to develop the skills necessary to succeed in their chosen career.
American Institute of Trucking (AIT) is an organization dedicated to training individuals to be safe and professional truck drivers. The trucking industry offers many competitive benefits such as health insurance, paid vacations, and retirement plans making it one of the highest sought after careers available. AIT is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
If you’re considering attending one of the commercial driving schools in Maryland or Pennsylvania, take a look at All-State. Our Advanced Tractor Trailer Driving program is designed to teach you everything you need to know to successfully maneuver a tractor trailer. As a graduate of our CDL training in Pennsylvania or Maryland, you will receive a diploma and should be capable of operating a tractor trailer with a vehicle gross weight of 80,000 lbs.; an articulated vehicle with a trailer in excess of 10,001 lbs.; or a straight vehicle in excess of 26,001 lbs.
Established in 1971, National Tractor Trailer School has over 40 years experience training men and women for commercial truck driver careers. Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges and with courses certified by the Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI), NTTS is approved by the NYS Division of Veterans Affairs for the training of veterans (GI Bill), and is an eligible institution for financial aid programs including Stafford Loans (student loans), Parent Loans for undergraduate students (P.L.U.S.), and Pell Grants.
Since 1972, Diesel Driving Academy has been training and placing men and women in exciting, high paying jobs in the trucking industry. A top truck driving school in Louisiana, Arkansas, Georgia and Texas, Diesel Driving Academy offers an industry praised truck driver training program available in Atlanta, Shreveport, Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Dallas, and surrounding areas.