With Mission Hill Truck School you get whole lot more for a whole lot less!
Very flexible hours! Perfect for the working adult.
160 to 240 Hours course designed to fit your needs.
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Financing available to those who qualify.
Classes start every Monday for English and every Tuesday for Spanish.
A big time school without a big time price!
Awesome instructors with great trucks!
Admissions office open Monday to Friday form 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Open Saturday by appointment only.
Open to California Residents Only.
Our purpose at Mission Hill Truck School is to prepare students to become safe professional entry-level truck drivers. The objective is to educate and prepare students with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to qualify for entry level jobs in trucking industry. More emphasis is placed on safety and a thorough understanding of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Rules and Regulations in the operation of heavy-duty equipment.
Mission Hill Truck School has been granted institutional approval from the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Vocational School (BPPVE) in the State of California. In California, the license to operate is issued by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education and is issued in accordance with California education Code Section 94915
In order to be accepted for training as a truck driver, an applicant must:
· Read, write and comprehend English or Spanish
· Be at least 18 years old. Minimum age for interstate driving is 21 years
· Required to obey school policies and procedures.
· Pass an ability to benefit test.
· Submit current Driver License.
· Present a Social Security card and Resident Alien Card, if applicable.
· Pass a (D.O.T.) Department of Transportation physical examination.
· Obtain a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) printout.
(Note: if applicant has any DUI convictions, more than three moving violations on his/her driving record, any Worker’s Compensation claims in the last three years, felony convictions, back or neck problems, or a non-verifiable work history, he/she must speak to the Admissions representative so that we may determine on an individual basis whether or not any of the above conditions would prevent the applicant from obtaining a position in the truck driving industry.)
· Pass a drug screen test.
(According to the US Department of Transportation Regulation 382.103, student drivers are required to be tested although they may not yet possess a Commercial Driver License.)