Fort Cobb Trucking Schools

About Schools in Fort Cobb
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Starting a career in the trucking industry is easy when you live in Fort Cobb. Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, the main school in this area, gives you the chance to earn a degree in diesel technology. With this degree, you can work on trucks and other diesel-powered equipment. The average scholarship award at this school is $2,017.

The diesel service technology program at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is a full-time program, so you should plan on spending 12 to 18 hours in class every week. There's a big focus on hands-on education, which allows you to put your new knowledge to use.

With a cost of living that rests 21% below the national average, Fort Cobb is a very affordable city to live in. There are many large employers in this area, including Beaver Express Services and Craddock Trucking. You may be expected to navigate local highways, including Highway 9 and Highway 146.

The average annual salary for a heavy truck or tractor-trailer in this area is $39,530 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013). Light truck drivers in this part of Oklahoma earn an average of $32,900 each year (BLS, 2013).

Trucking Schools in Fort Cobb
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• Offers Diesel Mechanic Programs
• Small Campus
• Rural Setting
$2,017 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards
• Small Class Sizes