Roehl Transport Trucking School Review – Company Paid CDL Training

Roehl Transport Reviews

 

 

 

Pronounced just like the word “rail”, Roehl Transport offers company paid CDL training through their “Get Your CDL Program”. They treat your training like a job from day one, which means that you get paid $500 a week as you learn. The training takes place in different locations and it lasts for four weeks. After you obtain your Class A CDL from Roehl Trucking School, you’ll start your on-the-job training as a long haul truck driver with a certified personal trainer for 2 to 3 weeks, making $90 a day. Once you become a full-time heavy-duty truck driver for the company, you will be assigned your own truck and can expect to receive full pay and benefits.

Roehl Transport offers a company paid CDL training with the expectation that you will be committed to working at least 15 months/120,000 miles for them. They will require a signature of agreement and if at any time you choose to quit working for them within the 15-month time period, you will be expected to pay the full cost of your training. The upside to the contract is that you will be paid a decent wage while you train and automatically be hired as a full-time employee once your company paid CDL training is finished.

Applying for Roehl’s paid CDL training program is very similar to applying for an actual Roehl truck driving job. First, you’ll apply online by filling out their “Get Started” form. Roehl Transport will contact you shortly after receiving your application and ensure that you have a good understanding of the program, including the basic qualifications and the characteristics of a Roehl trucking job. This will allow you to complete a much more in-depth application later on. Once you’re pre-qualified, Roehl will have you come in for a face-to-face interview.

Roehl Trucking will ask you some basic questions to determine if you’re eligible for the program and see if you meet the qualifications of the job. You’ll then watch some informational videos to help you better understand their paid CDL training program and what you’ll be doing as a heavy-duty Roehl truck driver.

Once you’ve been accepted into the program, you’ll be directed to the nearest Roehl truck driver training center. You’ll train with late-model equipment on the driving range and on the road. On the range, you’ll practice backing maneuvers, gear shifting, turning, docking, coupling/uncoupling, and more. On the road, you’ll operate the tractor-trailer in real-world driving situations, including city streets, highways, and expressways, both in light and heavy traffic. The class sizes are small with a student to instructor ratio of 3 to 1.

During your 4 weeks of paid CDL training you will learn:

  • Basic Control
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Control Systems
  • Shifting
  • Speed Management
  • Space Management
  • Back/Docking
  • Turning
  • Coupling/Uncoupling
  • Hazard Perception
  • Protective Driving
  • Life Outside the Truck
  • Communication Systems
  • Atlas Use and Trip Planning
  • Accident Procedures

During the last week of the program you’ll test for your commercial driver’s license (CDL). Once you have your CDL, you’ll start your over-the-road (OTR) training. Roehl Trucking will pair you up with a certified driver trainer and the two of you will drop loads for the next 2 to 3 weeks. Your trainer will observe and guide you from the passenger seat as you hone your driving skills, securement skills, and trip planning skills.

After you complete 2 to 3 weeks of OTR training, you’ll report for orientation and officially be hired by Roehl Trucking as a full-time heavy-duty truck driver. Be sure to call your driver employment specialist the Monday before your qualification day to discuss your travel and lodging arrangements. Before you leave home be sure to plan your trip accordingly. Know where exactly you are going, when you have to be there, and check the weather forecast to see what you’ll need to wear on the first day of orientation. 

Be sure to bring the following items to orientation:

  • Soft-sided luggage, such as a duffel bag or gym bag, that can be easily stored in the compartment of a truck.
  • Bring as backpack to hold all the books and materials you will receive during orientation.
  • Pack enough clean clothes to last 7 days. Include winter gear, such as a heavy coat, hat, and gloves, if necessary.
  • Flatbed drivers must bring steel-toed shoes or boots, as well as coveralls, shorts or long johns (according to season).
  • Bring work gloves and sturdy work clothes for your hands-on training.
  • Toiletries like soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving materials, and flip=flops for showering in.
  • Bring a small laundry bag for your dirty clothes and a small bag to carry clean clothes and personal items.
  • Bring personal medications and medical items such as eyeglasses, contacts, etc.
  • If you will be bringing a CPAP machine, bring a DC adapter, battery backup & a compliance report from a medical supply store.
  • Bring a sleeping bag and pillow or twin-size sheets and blankets for the truck bed.
  • Bring a notebook, paper, pens, pencils, a calculator, a flashlight, and an alarm clock.
  • Bring your valid state driver’s license, Social Security card, and a travel document (birth certificate or U.S. passport).
  • Bring either a voided check or deposit slip that shows your bank account number in order to set up direct deposit.
  • You must send a copy of your Driving School Diploma to your employment specialist before arriving at orientation.
  • If you are a veteran, you must send a copy of your DD Form to your employment specialist before arriving at orientation.
  • You will need to complete the U.S. passport application form DS-11 before you embark on your OTR training.
  • If you travel to orientation in a rental car, Roehl Trucking will reimburse your toll fees and fuel expenses. You MUST provide receipts.

Roehl Transport Trucking School Review – Company Paid CDL Training

Roehl Transport Reviews

 

 

 

Pronounced just like the word “rail”, Roehl Transport offers company paid CDL training through their “Get Your CDL Program”. They treat your training like a job from day one, which means that you get paid $500 a week as you learn. The training takes place in different locations and it lasts for four weeks. After you obtain your Class A CDL from Roehl Trucking School, you’ll start your on-the-job training as a long haul truck driver with a certified personal trainer for 2 to 3 weeks, making $90 a day. Once you become a full-time heavy-duty truck driver for the company, you will be assigned your own truck and can expect to receive full pay and benefits.

Roehl Transport offers a company paid CDL training with the expectation that you will be committed to working at least 15 months/120,000 miles for them. They will require a signature of agreement and if at any time you choose to quit working for them within the 15-month time period, you will be expected to pay the full cost of your training. The upside to the contract is that you will be paid a decent wage while you train and automatically be hired as a full-time employee once your company paid CDL training is finished.

Applying for Roehl’s paid CDL training program is very similar to applying for an actual Roehl truck driving job. First, you’ll apply online by filling out their “Get Started” form. Roehl Transport will contact you shortly after receiving your application and ensure that you have a good understanding of the program, including the basic qualifications and the characteristics of a Roehl trucking job. This will allow you to complete a much more in-depth application later on. Once you’re pre-qualified, Roehl will have you come in for a face-to-face interview.

Roehl Trucking will ask you some basic questions to determine if you’re eligible for the program and see if you meet the qualifications of the job. You’ll then watch some informational videos to help you better understand their paid CDL training program and what you’ll be doing as a heavy-duty Roehl truck driver.

Once you’ve been accepted into the program, you’ll be directed to the nearest Roehl truck driver training center. You’ll train with late-model equipment on the driving range and on the road. On the range, you’ll practice backing maneuvers, gear shifting, turning, docking, coupling/uncoupling, and more. On the road, you’ll operate the tractor-trailer in real-world driving situations, including city streets, highways, and expressways, both in light and heavy traffic. The class sizes are small with a student to instructor ratio of 3 to 1.

During your 4 weeks of paid CDL training you will learn:

  • Basic Control
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Control Systems
  • Shifting
  • Speed Management
  • Space Management
  • Back/Docking
  • Turning
  • Coupling/Uncoupling
  • Hazard Perception
  • Protective Driving
  • Life Outside the Truck
  • Communication Systems
  • Atlas Use and Trip Planning
  • Accident Procedures

During the last week of the program you’ll test for your commercial driver’s license (CDL). Once you have your CDL, you’ll start your over-the-road (OTR) training. Roehl Trucking will pair you up with a certified driver trainer and the two of you will drop loads for the next 2 to 3 weeks. Your trainer will observe and guide you from the passenger seat as you hone your driving skills, securement skills, and trip planning skills.

After you complete 2 to 3 weeks of OTR training, you’ll report for orientation and officially be hired by Roehl Trucking as a full-time heavy-duty truck driver. Be sure to call your driver employment specialist the Monday before your qualification day to discuss your travel and lodging arrangements. Before you leave home be sure to plan your trip accordingly. Know where exactly you are going, when you have to be there, and check the weather forecast to see what you’ll need to wear on the first day of orientation. 

Be sure to bring the following items to orientation:

  • Soft-sided luggage, such as a duffel bag or gym bag, that can be easily stored in the compartment of a truck.
  • Bring as backpack to hold all the books and materials you will receive during orientation.
  • Pack enough clean clothes to last 7 days. Include winter gear, such as a heavy coat, hat, and gloves, if necessary.
  • Flatbed drivers must bring steel-toed shoes or boots, as well as coveralls, shorts or long johns (according to season).
  • Bring work gloves and sturdy work clothes for your hands-on training.
  • Toiletries like soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving materials, and flip=flops for showering in.
  • Bring a small laundry bag for your dirty clothes and a small bag to carry clean clothes and personal items.
  • Bring personal medications and medical items such as eyeglasses, contacts, etc.
  • If you will be bringing a CPAP machine, bring a DC adapter, battery backup & a compliance report from a medical supply store.
  • Bring a sleeping bag and pillow or twin-size sheets and blankets for the truck bed.
  • Bring a notebook, paper, pens, pencils, a calculator, a flashlight, and an alarm clock.
  • Bring your valid state driver’s license, Social Security card, and a travel document (birth certificate or U.S. passport).
  • Bring either a voided check or deposit slip that shows your bank account number in order to set up direct deposit.
  • You must send a copy of your Driving School Diploma to your employment specialist before arriving at orientation.
  • If you are a veteran, you must send a copy of your DD Form to your employment specialist before arriving at orientation.
  • You will need to complete the U.S. passport application form DS-11 before you embark on your OTR training.
  • If you travel to orientation in a rental car, Roehl Trucking will reimburse your toll fees and fuel expenses. You MUST provide receipts.

 

Roehl will assign you your own late-model truck and you’ll start doing solo runs, averaging $900 to $1250 per week. You’ll also receive employee benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as a tax-free 401(k) retirement savings plan.

Before Roehl will hire you on as a driver, you must first prove that you are capable of meeting the physical demands of the job. Below is a short video by Roehl Trucking outlining the pre-screening process that you must pass before you can be officially hired on as a Roehl truck driver.

Benefits:

  • You are hired and paid as an employee from day 1.
  • You get paid $500 per week while you train.
  • You get paid $90 per day during your on-the-job training with a personal trainer.
  • Your paid CDL training lasts a total of 4 weeks.
  • Your on-the-job training lasts approximately 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Paid CDL training is available in multiple locations around the U.S.
  • Once you obtain your Class A CDL you start training as a long haul truck driver.
  • You’ll receive full benefits as a Roehl Transport employee.
  • After 9 months on the job, you’ll be on track to earn more than $50,000/year.
  • You’ll average $900 to $1250 per week.
  • You’ll be home 3 days for every 11 to 14 days out.
  • Employee Health benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
  • Employee tax-free 401(k) retirement plan and profit sharing plan.
  • Paid vacation: After 1 year/1 week, 2 years/2 weeks, 8 years/3 weeks, 20 years/4 weeks.
  • Paid holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Holiday pay is $60.

Requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age.
  • You must apply for the program.
  • You must sign a written agreement that states you’ll fulfill your end of the agreement.
  • You must pass a state medical evaluation administered by a certified medical examiner.
  • You must pass a drug test.
  • You must pass a thorough background check/criminal record check.
  • You must be able to perform the necessary physical job requirements.
  • You must be mentally and physically able to be away from home for at least 7-10 days at a time.
  • You must work for 15 months (a minimum of 120,000 miles) as a Roehl truck driver in order to completely pay off your training.

Roehl Trucking School Locations:

Roehl will assign you your own late-model truck and you’ll start doing solo runs, averaging $900 to $1250 per week. You’ll also receive employee benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as a tax-free 401(k) retirement savings plan.

Before Roehl will hire you on as a driver, you must first prove that you are capable of meeting the physical demands of the job. Below is a short video by Roehl Trucking outlining the pre-screening process that you must pass before you can be officially hired on as a Roehl truck driver.

Benefits:

  • You are hired and paid as an employee from day 1.
  • You get paid $500 per week while you train.
  • You get paid $90 per day during your on-the-job training with a personal trainer.
  • Your paid CDL training lasts a total of 4 weeks.
  • Your on-the-job training lasts approximately 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Paid CDL training is available in multiple locations around the U.S.
  • Once you obtain your Class A CDL you start training as a long haul truck driver.
  • You’ll receive full benefits as a Roehl Transport employee.
  • After 9 months on the job, you’ll be on track to earn more than $50,000/year.
  • You’ll average $900 to $1250 per week.
  • You’ll be home 3 days for every 11 to 14 days out.
  • Employee Health benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
  • Employee tax-free 401(k) retirement plan and profit sharing plan.
  • Paid vacation: After 1 year/1 week, 2 years/2 weeks, 8 years/3 weeks, 20 years/4 weeks.
  • Paid holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Holiday pay is $60.

Requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years of age.
  • You must apply for the program.
  • You must sign a written agreement that states you’ll fulfill your end of the agreement.
  • You must pass a state medical evaluation administered by a certified medical examiner.
  • You must pass a drug test.
  • You must pass a thorough background check/criminal record check.
  • You must be able to perform the necessary physical job requirements.
  • You must be mentally and physically able to be away from home for at least 7-10 days at a time.
  • You must work for 15 months (a minimum of 120,000 miles) as a Roehl truck driver in order to completely pay off your training.

Roehl Trucking School Locations:

Roehl Transport
Marshfield Headquarters
1916 E. 29th Street
Marshfield, WI 54449

Roehl Transport
Appleton Terminal
6915 County Road BB
Neenah, WI 54956

Roehl Transport
Atlanta Terminal
4215 Bowman Industrial Court
Conley, GA 30288

Roehl Transport
Bensalem Terminal
2950 State Road
Bensalem, PA 19020

Roehl Transport
Chicago Area Terminal
6700 W. 15th Avenue
Gary, IN 46406

Roehl Transport
Dallas Terminal
1101 E. Avenue K
Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Roehl Transport
Phoenix Terminal
4909 W. Lower Buckeye Road
Phoenix, AZ 85043

Get Paid While You Train and Make $45,000 or More Your First Year with Paid CDL Training!

Are you ready to take the next step and begin your career as a well-paid professional truck driver? We’ve partnered with some of the best trucking companies in the nation and have helped thousands of people just like you get into a high quality paid CDL training program. You can get your CDL in as little as 3 weeks and start making good money as a professional truck driver. Plus, you can make up to $500 per week while you train!

Roehl Trucking

Here’s what you can expect from the paid CDL training programs in our network:

  • Earn up to $500 Per Week While You Train
  • Top Quality CDL Training
  • Competitive Pay
  • Great Benefits
  • No Credit Check Required
  • Qualified Graduates Have a Job Waiting For Them

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