Pacific NW Professional Driving School was founded by truckers and truck company owners to provide Washington State approved CDL training to aspiring truckers from around Washington State. Are you ready for a career paying over $50,000? Financial assistance is available. Are you ready for a career paying over $50,000? Financial assistance is available. Are you ready for a career paying over $50,000? Financial assistance is available, and we accept the GI Bill because we’re approved by the VA. We give you job placement assistance for life! Call us today to learn more!
At Pacific Northwest Professional Driving School, we want you to have a great career and happy life. A career in truck driving is the way to go–you will be in demand for decades, because the industry is growing. The truck driver education at Pacific NWPDS puts you in the driver’s seat. Our top-notch instruction, superb experienced teacher/trainers, and life-long job placement services make sure you have the best. Contact us at (253) 212-9463 to make plans for your truck driver training today.
How the Kent CDL training works
Our CDL A training course in Kent, WA, lasts for four weeks–in one month you could begin your career. Our training meets and exceeds all federal, state, and industry standards–we’ve been in the industry for decades. We have over a 98% pass rate on the road tests, and will give you the preparation you need.
Our four week course looks like this:
Week 1: You’ll be in our classroom receiving the best in driving theory instruction — you’ll know what to do! By the end of the week you’ll be ready for the written tests–including all endorsement tests–and receive your CDL learner’s permit.
Week 2: In our range and on the road, you’ll be getting practical training in all aspects of truck driving. Key skills including parking, backing, and trip planning also form part of this week’s classes.
Week 3: You’ll be back on the range and road this week, continuing the lab work we started in Week 2. You’ll be able to practice everything you need for the road tests.
Week 4: This week prepares you for your career. You’ll be on the highways and roads, and practice the skills you need. Everyone learns differently, and some things you’ll find easy and others not so easy–either way we get you ready. You’ll be read for the road tests.
Affordable Truck Driver Training in Kent
While the price tag for CDL training might surprise you, it’s the most affordable training around. We can help you find funding from state and other sources.
You’re learned skills you’ll need for your career–it’s a career which can start around $50,000, and allows you to earn well more than $100,000 if you become an owner-operator. Your investment will be more than worth it!
How Have Your Kent Trucking Students Done?
“After 30 days of training I had compiete confidence in takeing my CDL test. Relaxed atmosphere, Educated and experienced trainers. Also they do not make you keep a strict schedule, you work at your own pace. This is the CDL school for you!”
“Best trucking school! The staff are kind and very nice. They are flexible with your schedule, which is really nice. I got my CDL in 4 weeks. I highly recommend this school to anyone who is looking to get their CDL.”
Kent is great for work and life
The settled history of Kent, Washington dates back to the 1850s, and is the second-oldest city in King County, after Seattle.
In the heart of the Seattle metropolitan area, Kent is home to Amazon and Boeing facilities, as well as being the HQ for REI, the outdoor recreation giant. Several steel companies also are based here.
Kent allows people easy access to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as well as recreation in the mountains and the sea. Over 100,000 people call Kent home.
Interested in Kent?
Kent is rated as one of the 10 most culturally diverse cities in the country.
It’s the fourth-largest center for distribution and manufacturing.
One of Starbucks’ five roasting plants is in Kent.
It’s named after the English County of Kent–a major hops producing area–because hops became a major farm product in Kent during the 1800s.
The Boeing Space Center, where the Lunar Rover on the Apollo missions was built, is on the site of lettuce fields which led Kent to be called the “Lettuce Capital of the World” in the 1920s.