The CDL program at Susquehanna Country Career & Technology Center allows students to learn in the classroom, on a driving simulator, and on the road. The program is designed to get students certified fast so they can begin their new career immediately. Day sessions run for five weeks and night sessions run for 10 weeks.
Commercially licensed drivers are needed to fill jobs across the country and in northeastern Pennsylvania. To fill that need, the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center started its first day and night class two weeks ago. In all, 14 students have joined the program. Read more >>
This new program has been four years in the making. After securing approvals from PennDOT, and receiving donations from the community, the career and tech center will now offer commercial driver's license training. Read more >>
With demand constantly on the rise for those qualified to drive commercial vehicles and heavy equipment, Elk Lake School District/SCCTC superintendent Dr. Ken Cuomo was happy to announce on July 18 that the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC) would be offering an extensive CDL training program once all permits are secured, hopefully starting this fall. Read more >>
A press conference on July 18 coordinated for the announcement of a new CDL training program at the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center (SCCTC) was interrupted briefly by the sound of two large modular units being parked just below the assembled crowd. Though it wasn’t planned, the clamor marked the arrival of the trailers that will become the new school’s classroom and offices, an initiative heavily supported by Cabot Oil & Gas. Read more >>
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