CDL Schools in Wisconsin (Top Programs Listed)

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CDL Schools in Wisconsin

Working as a truck driver in Wisconsin can provide many opportunities.

If you choose to work in the field, you should decide what training program to attend first.

Have a look at the information we have brought you.

Opting for a Training School

This state has a good selection of schools for you to choose from.

Some schools provide financing and scholarships who can’t afford tuition.

School NameAddress
160 Driving Academy9545 South 20th Street Oak Creek, WI 53154
Associated Training Services7190 Elder Ln., Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Chippewa Valley Tech620 W Clairemont Ave., EauClaire, WI 54701
Dairyland Diesel Driving School IncN382 US Hwy 12 and 16, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Diesel Truck Driver Training School Inc7190 Elder Ln, Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Eagle Training Services Inc4940 88th Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53144
Fox Valley Technical College1825 N Bluemound Dr., Appleton, WI 54912
Gateway Technical College - Truck Driver TrainingSC Johnson iMET Center 2320 Renaissance Blvd, Sturtevant WI 53177
Kotra CDL Driving School2315 Roosevelt Rd., Kenosha, WI 53143
LADA Driver School LCC5200 W Mill Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53218
LADA Driver School LCC3817 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood, WI 53211
MATC - Truck Driving ProgramOak Creek Campus 6665 South Howell Avenue Oak Creek, WI 53154-1196
Midwest Driver Dev, LLC700 Heritage Road, De Pere, WI 54115
Millis Training Institute3001 W Holy Hill Rd., Richfield, WI 53076
Professional CDL Training Institute115 Pearl St., Waukesha, WI 53186
Roe's Premier Driving AcademyW296 S7816 Crossgate Drive, Mukwonago , WI 53149
Roehl Driver Training Center1916 East 29th St Marshfield WI 54449
Sabertooth Commercial Driver Training Institute1990 Godfrey Dr., Waupaca, WI 54981
Schneider Training Academy911 Glory Rd., Green Bay, WI 54304
Waukesha County Technical College800 Main St., Pewaukee, WI 53072

If you plan on studying diesel technology, look into the Wisconsin Automobile & Truck Dealers Association Technician Scholarship.

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This program will not only have your tuition costs covered but also the costs for tools and books.

A diesel technology program typically lasts from one to 2 years, at the end of which you will receive a diploma or an associate’s degree.

Such a program might be longer than a truck driving course, but it will also give you a specialization,

Milwaukee Area Technical College provides a course for diesel mechanics that has a duration of 2 semesters.

If you plan on becoming a truck driver, you should know there are many job options available after finishing school.

As reported by The Eagle, many shipping firms started to use truck drivers due to the bad road conditions in the state.

A truck driving course lasts for only 6 to 8 weeks and provides a Class A license.

When the course ends, you will need to pass a skill test and a written exam before receiving your certification,

If you don’t have time to attend the traditional courses, some schools offer evening and weekend classes.

There are also some schools with small class sizes, which is an advantage as you get more time with your instructor as well as increased driving hours.

For example, Diesel Truck Driver Training School provides 4 different programs for truck drivers.

Getting a Job in Wisconsin

Getting your first job as a truck driver is easy, and some schools even provide job placements options.

If the school you choose is not one of them, you can get hired by a leasing center, repair shop or trucking company.

The biggest companies in this state are MCT Transportation LLC, C.R. England, and Gordon Trucking.

The salary earned by truck drivers varies based on experience or the endorsements they have.

Annual Salary Range:
$38K
$43K
$50K
10%
50%
90%
Annual Salary by Location:
LocationAvg. Annual Salary
Milwaukee$43,851
Madison$43,599
Green Bay$42,505
Kenosha$43,440
Racine$43,440
Appleton$42,514
Waukesha$43,686
Eau Claire$41,010
Oshkosh$42,239
Janesville$43,446

O*Net reports a growth of 21% for truck drivers until 2022, while diesel mechanics jobs will see a growth of 11% within the same period.

Conclusion

The program you choose should suit your particular needs and schedule.

As long as you attend the classes and get your license, you will be able to have a long and lucrative career in the trucking industry.

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