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SEC Training Centers (Certificate of Registration Number: C-671) is registered by and its programs are approved by:

Commission on Propriety School and College Registration
Mississippi Community College Board
3825 Ridgewood Road Jackson, Mississippi 39211

Whether you want to drive locally, regionally or over-the-road, Southeastern Career Training Centers (SEC) will assist in completing new driver applications, developing a resume, and working with you on professional presentation and interviewing skills. Our placement assistance advisers will assist you in evaluating all the aspects of your potential employers, including benefits, pay and bonus packages, equipment and home time. Then we will assist you in evaluating the offers you receive. Almost all of our graduates have several good offers before they are finished training. That's because the best companies are looking for the highest quality students. They know that a better-trained employee will be more responsible, more productive and safer. It also means that you will earn more money faster. With SEC training you may be able to be driving solo quicker. Learn more so you can earn more!


The Trucking Industry

As an SEC graduate, you should feel confident in your ability to obtain a good job as a driver in the strong trucking economy. The American Trucking Associations reports that "a shortage of professional truck drivers exists in some segments of the trucking industry.  There is a current shortage of approximately 20,000 truck drivers per year.  This number is expected to increase to 111,000 drivers by the year 2014.  The shortage is not due to lack of interest, just basic economics – the demand for professional truck drivers is growing faster than the number of new drivers entering the field."

Moreover, the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the U.S. Department of Labor reports that "opportunities should be favorable for persons interested in truck driving. This occupation has among the largest number of job openings each year." Take advantage of this market, and get the right training from SEC professionals.

 

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