Learn Truck Driving, Tractor Trailers, at All State Career School
As cars have become more technologically advanced so has the need for experienced automotive service technicians grown. Automotive dealers, small auto repairs shops and even local governments are always on the lookout for people who have completed successful automotive service training from a vocational or career technical school.
Truck Driving Schools: All State Career School
Choose From 3 Locations!
North Versailles, PA
You can have a rewarding career that includes job security, a good income, travel and independence with truck driver training from All-State Career.
Career will provide you with a thorough and professional education and train you
for a career in the transportation industry. All-State Career has pushed truck
driver education to a new level with our state-of-the-art training labs. You will
enter high-tech classrooms that offer the latest in:
Career offers the following programs:
Part of the schooling for automotive service technician is hands-on training where students go to area dealerships and garages for internships where they will work side by side with experienced auto mechanics. Some of these internships can actually lead to full time employment for some students. The successful completion of an accredited automotive service technology course also means a much larger paycheck. Those with proper schooling can earn upwards of $55,000 a year. Those without any formal automotive service training may find it difficult to even find entry-level positions.
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