Eagle Training services provides a comprehensive training program for entry-level professional CDL drivers. Through its corporate solution division, it provides motor carriers training for safety and compliance for drivers, safety managers, dispatchers, and senior management. Whether you enroll in our acclaimed CDL school or elect to hire us for consulting or training services, you will receive unmatched quality, professionalism and experience to help grow your business and stay in compliance.
Our standard course is a full time four week program. The hours run Monday thru Friday from
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Options to suit most schedules. Classes start every Monday. Contact
your nearest location for course schedule and questions. Our 240 hour class encompasses six
weeks and includes more hand-on driving and skills. We encourage students to talk to an
admissions coordinator for your specific needs.
Students that currently have a CDL-A or CDL-B or students that have previously held a CDL-A are egible for our Accelerated Course. The Accelerated Course is shorter than our standard course and students must be evaluated to meet course requirements. The course hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Contact your nearest location for course schedule and questions.
Financing is available for full tution less a small down payment. Contact us for details.
There are programs available to help with the cost of tuition. Many companies offer tuition reimbursement. This can include the total amount of your tuition. Many of the companies that visit our schools on recruiting efforts offer tuition reimbursement. Eagle Corporate is approved for various funding options including: Veterans, Work Force Investment Act, Trade Adjustment Act, and company financed rehabilitation training. Our partnership with major trucking companies can offer students zero upfront cost for tuition. Contact an admissions coordinator for details.
The transportation industry is one of the fastest growing in the nation. With over 1,797,700 jobs in 2014 and a high demand for truck drivers projected in the years to come. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 5% annual growth for the next few years. The current driver shortage estimates are in the hundreds of thousands. Recruiters visit our school and compete to hire our students. Everyone is welcome to attend a recruiters visit without obligation.
Eagle Training Services is certified by Secretary of State. It works in partnerships with Harper College, College of Lake County, McHenry County College, and Gateway Technical College to provide entry-level CDL training. Onsite training can be customized to fit any need.
Eagle Training Services | Crystal Lake
1095 Pingree Rd, Suite 217
(847) 854 - 3218
Eagle Training Services has recently moved to a new location in Crystal Lake. Our new classrooms offer up-to-date training accomodations. The real value of our classroom is the knowledge and experience of our instructors dedicated to each student's success. Contact an admissions reprentative for details.
Eagle Training Services | Kenosha
3504 - 40th Street, Kenosha, WI 53144
(262) - 455 - 7820
In 2016 Eagle Training Services has extended its services to the Kenosha/Milwaukee area. All of the entry-level and corporate training and consulting options are available.
My experience here at Eagle was very good. I learned how to drive a truck in only 4 weeks. Eagle was a great school to come to. When I first walked in the door it was a little frightening but by the end of the class we were like family.Eric W. Lake in the Hills location
Life is always changing! With the help of these instructors and their teachings I'm hoping mine will be changing for the better. Very good classroom instructions and patience on the road! I will always be glad I chose Eagle!Lisa J. Rockford location
Eagle Training was a great experience from start to finish. The knowledge expressed to me has been nothing short of excellent. Everyone was friendly and I knew that even in the future I can count on everyone at Eagle Training to continue their support in my career. Thanks.Jason N. Rockford location
I must admit, I was very hesitant starting a new career as a CDL truck driver because of my lack of inexperience and knowledge in this field. I've learned from my instructors that giving up is not an option. Perseverance and dedication is what they know best. They were all very helpful and understanding.Norbert L. Lake in the Hills location