Government Assistance for CDL Training
DriveCo CDL Learning Center works with several different government programs to help qualified Indiana residents with significant barriers to cover the costs of CDL training. This gives anyone access to the in-demand, high-quality jobs they may not have the ability to obtain through their own means. Employers are looking to hire and retain skilled workers, and this is an avenue to fill their needs.
All of our professional truck driving school training programs are approved for funding by the following State and Federal Agencies:
Indiana Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
The Indiana Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program provides access to job training and work services to job seekers with significant barriers to employment – including veterans, and those with disabilities. This program delivers a job-driven approach to career training and job skills development for individuals to obtain employment in high-demand career fields, such as the trucking industry. To determine eligibility, contact our school office to apply for this program.
Indiana Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program provides benefits and support to displaced workers who have lost their jobs, have had their hours cut, or have had wages reduced as a result of production moving outside of the United States. Eligible participants receive tuition assistance to obtain new jobs and earn wages comparable to their prior employment. To determine eligibility or apply for this program, contact our school office.
National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP)
The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) provides access to job placement assistance, tuition assistance, and more to farmworkers who have been employed in the past 2 years doing any of the following:
- Baling Hay
- Walking Beans
- Seed Sorting
- Poultry and Other Livestock
- Wholesale/Greenhouse Farming
- Egg Hatcheries
- Other Farming Jobs