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Heavy Equipment Careers – How One Saturday Could Change Your Life

Have you ever considered a career as a truck driver or heavy equipment operator? If you have, ATS have some great news for you as we head into 2011. Our successful free heavy equipment and CDL workshops are continuing on into the New Year and they present the perfect opportunity to find out all there is to starting a career in these industries. These workshops are conducted on Saturdays only and are only conducted one every three weeks – so if you’re interested, book early to secure your place.

While we call them a workshop, they actually represent a free day’s training. Schedules differ from location to location, but the general thrust is a morning of classroom training introducing you to either heavy equipment operations or truck driving. The afternoon is then spent with equipment demonstrations and hands on practical experience. For those who successfully complete the morning’s activities, the day could be rounded off with the presentation of a $500 scholarship towards the cost of a full training enrollment.

Don’t look at this opportunity at being just a demonstration either. You will complete an actual training module from the full training course, which, if nothing else, should give you an indication of whether or not you could successfully complete the full course. It should also give you an idea as to whether or not truck driving or heavy equipment is a good career choice for you.

Heavy equipment and truck driving careers are well paid and there is always demand for operators or drivers, particularly as the economy starts to pick up. By taking one Saturday and experiencing one of our workshops, you’ll experience a career changing move for the better. There’s only one way to find out: Call us on 800-383-7364 to find out where and when our next workshop is planned. You can also check out our free heavy equipment/CDL workshop web page for more information.

NOTE: The information in this post will no longer be valid after December 31, 2010.

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