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With a large amount of manufacturers, Wisconsin relies a lot on truckers and diesel mechanics. If you want to start a career in the trucking industry, there are 12 Wisconsin schools that you can choose to attend. The average cost of tuition among these schools is $3,845, but they also have an average scholarship award of $1,447.

If you want to become a diesel mechanic, you can look into the Wisconsin Automobile & Truck Dealers Association Technician Scholarship. This scholarship can be used to pay for your tuition, fees, tools, and books.

Comparing Truck Driving Schools in Wisconsin

If you’re looking for a career path that offers a fantastic job outlook, now is a great time to complete your truck driver training in Wisconsin. The Eagle reports that Wisconsin railroads are experiencing major reliability and safety issues, leading many shipping companies to turn to truck drivers instead. At Diesel Truck Driver Training School offers four training programs to fit all schedules and training needs. You can complete an online training course to prepare for your written test, a basic CDL training course, a complete CDL course, and free in-person classroom training.

Diesel technology programs vary from school to school; depending on where you live, you may be able to complete a one-year certificate program or a two-year Associate’s degree program. At Milwaukee Area Technical College, you can earn a technical diploma in two semesters.

Get Trucking in Wisconsin

You may be able to earn a great salary as a new truck driver or diesel mechanic in Wisconsin.

Below you can find a graph outlining how Wisconsin trucking and diesel mechanic salaries relate to the nationwide average. All data retrieved from Bureau of Labor Statistics (2015).

In Wisconsin, there are many trucking companies that you may be able to work for. Some of the biggest trucking companies are MCT Transportation LLC, C.R. England, and Gordon Trucking. You can also look for job openings at leasing centers and repair shops. O*Net expects the demand for truck drivers to increase by 21% between 2012 and 2022. They anticipate an 11% increase in demand for diesel mechanics in the same time period (O*Net, 2015).

Truck Driving Schools Near Me

Wisconsin Truck Driving Schools

160 Driving Academy - Milwaukee

160 Driving Academy - Oak Creek

Associated Training Services - Sun Prairie

Blackhawk Technical College - Janesville

Chippewa Valley Technical College - Eau Claire

Chippewa Valley Technical College - Chippewa Falls

Dairyland Diesel Driving School - Wisconsin Dells

Diesel Truck Driver Training - Sun Prairie

Eagle Training Services - Kenosha

Fox Valley Technical College - Appleton

Fox Valley Technical College - Chilton

Fox Valley Technical College - Clintonville

Fox Valley Technical College - Wautoma

Gateway Technical College - Kenosha

Hands On CDL Driving School - Holcombe

Hudson Truck Driving School - Hudson

Karl's Training - Antigo

Kotra CDL Driving School - Kenosha

Lada Driver School - Shorewood

Millis Training Institute - Richfield

Milwaukee Area Technical College - Milwaukee

Milwaukee Area Technical College - Oak Creek

Milwaukee CDL Institute - Oak Creek

Northcentral Technical College - Merrill

Northcentral Technical College - Wausau

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Green Bay

Professional CDL Training - Milwaukee

Roehl Transport - Neenah

Roehl Transport - DeForest

Roehl Transport - Oak Creek

Roehl Transport - Marshfield

Sabertooth Commercial Driver - Waupaca

St. Croix Valley Truck Driving School - Dresser

Swift Transportation - Neenah

Truck Driving School - Appleton

Tucker's Truck Driving Academy - Milwaukee

Veriha Training Center - Marinette

Veriha Trucking - De Pere

Waukesha County Technical College - Pewaukee

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College - New Richmond

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College - Rice Lake