CDL Training

Financial aid for truck driving school may be available to attend our Los Angeles county truck driving school. TGA Truck Driving School representatives can sit down with potential students and discuss a variety of options to help cover the cost of truck driving school, including: grants, student loans, post 9/11 gibill, and vocational rehabilitation. 

Financial Aid

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workforce grants for tga truck driving school

Los Angeles County residents who are currently not working or receiving unemployment benefits may qualify for a workforce grants to cover the full cost of your cdl training program. 

WorkForce Grants are not loans and do not have to be repaid. Funds made available through federal, county, and city funds. These grants are only available for the complete CDLPro Truck Driver Training Program (Class A License). Interested applicants must meet basic qualifications and document requirements. 

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Use your Post 9/11 GI Bill® for TGA Truck Driving School 

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If approved, workforce loans allow potential students to spread the cost of the cdlpro truck-driver training program over forty-eight (48) month period. Applicants with poor or no credit history are always encouraged to apply. There are no fees to apply.

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workforce loans for tga truck driving school

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Financial aid options for truck driving school are for the complete cdlpro truck-driver training program. This cdl training program includes a 10-week, three (3) unit course preparing student drivers to sit for the Department of Motor Vehicles' (DMV) commercial drivers license (CDL) road exam. Student graduates will receive a non-restricted commercial class "a" license with the option of adding the hazardous material, double/triple, and/or tanker endorsements. Financial aid is available to those who qualify and while funds last.

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