Sterling Heights, MI – As we look back on a difficult year, Tyler LaBarge, President & CEO of U.S. Truck Driver Training School in Sterling Heights, shares his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities presented during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LaBarge demonstrates the depth of his caring about his faculty and staff as he explains how U.S. Truck Driver Training School handled the setbacks and shutdowns that arose during the pandemic. He continues with the reassurance that USTDTS is ready to continue to supply the front lines with essential workers. “I believe now more than ever people understand the importance of every single truck driver that occupies the road today. Myself, our faculty, and our staff are out here on the front lines fulfilling the needs of the transportation industry by providing it with quality graduates and for those that are ready to become essential in 2021.”
The statement ends with LaBarge’s sincere expressions of gratitude. “I would like to thank all the students that trusted us to provide a safe educational environment, our community outreach partners that continued to work and send referrals to our CDL programs, and our employers for working by our side to hire our graduates…[This year] brought us closer together. It made us stronger for the road ahead and the institution stands poised and ready for another 25 years, thanks to all of those that stood by my side. Lastly, thank you to my amazing team! This institution is safe and healthy because of you!”
The statement can be viewed in full on U.S. Truck Driver Training School’s Facebook page at the link below:
U.S. Truck Driver Training School is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and is the only nationally accredited truck driver training school in the state of Michigan. Founded in 1994 and located in Sterling Heights, MI, the institution provides a full range of services including CDL training, job placement assistance, and financial aid. Over the years, USTDTS has provided corporate CDL training and driver evaluation services for companies such as GM, Chrysler, Meritor, Wabco, US Foods, Lipari Foods, Mondeleze, Bosch, Triple Crown, and more. Additionally, U.S. Truck Driver Training School has received awards, accolades, and honorable mentions from the following organizations: Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Michigan Works, Commercial Vehicle Training Association, Detroit Fire Department, Detroit Police Department, and the State of Michigan.
I have the CDL Class A and Chauffeur Learner’sPermit test scheduled for the end of May. If I pass how can USTDTS help me get my actual license? Also, how much would that cost?