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There Really Is Financing Available

There Really Is Financing Available

Sometimes, the statement that “financing is available” is part of a used car salesman’s spiel, and that financing ends up being kind of like the bait on a hook to reel you in and saddle you with a clunker that doesn’t last as long as the payment schedule.

This is NOT what happens at ATS.

Financing really is available, and there are many types of financing for different types of students. There are private student loans to be used for tuition and housing expenses, many kinds of state and federal grants, and educational scholarships. There’s military funding for vets and active duty members of the military as well as their families.

Since ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Training School is a qualified institution with all the right credentials and affiliations, we can utilize the funding you are eligible for. Since we work with so many types of financial assistance, we can help you figure it all out.

Unlike the used car that had “financing available” and died before the last payment, your education and training continue to be valuable long after any loans are paid off. There’s lifetime career assistance to keep you employed, too. It really is a good deal, and there are no hidden hooks.

For an idea of what financial assistance you could be eligible for, simply fill out an online application and start the process. It’s free, and you will need to answer some questions designed to evaluate your suitability for our program. These are required, and the reasoning is covered in the introductory paragraphs of the application. It keeps you from wasting your time if an issue will prevent your employability.

So that’s it — no hooks, no bait. Just real financial assistance for those who qualify, and we help you get it.

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. I have my CDL, but have not driven in ten years. I took care of my sick wife. She passed the beginning of 2016. I am looking to learn how to drive a dump truck. I have no experience in this with the exception of some driving in the military. I’m 62 now and would like to join the work force again. Is there anything for me?

    1. Hi Robert,

      While we can’t guarantee that you’ll get hired, we can say that we have the best dump truck training in the industry. There are many local dump truck driver jobs that you might be able to land once you are confident of your skills. You may go into a few local employers and ask what their hiring practices are.

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