Commercial Vehicle Training Center experience a surge in enrollment's over the last several month's and the Oil patches are starting to come back to life again.
WATKINS, Colo. - Nov. 8, 2017 - PRLog -- CVTC knew it was going to be a great place to open a Commercial Truck Driving School. Finding 6 Acres in Metro Denver available was one thing, but finding the right price was another. Owners Mike Euglow and Steve Heany did just that.
At first it was a rough start, a lease where they were responsible for everything, paint, weeds, a well for water. (yes, a well) But they got it rolling, and after a year of being an approved School through Colorado's Department of Higher Education, Private Occupations School's, there training students. Recently they graduated the 250th customer, and even trained 16 Adams County Sheriff Deputy's for CDL's.
"The Fall has been absolutely great for CVTC, Our name is getting out there due to professional customer service", say's CEO Euglow. One of the largest Over the Road Carrier's, Schneider National recruits Mike and Steve's student's weekly due to there 170 Clock Hour OTR Course. Their Schneider Recruiter is there so much, they even built an office for him.
One thing the two owners are keeping an eye on is the oil field boom is just starting to come alive in Colorado again which means most of the oil field servicing companies are going to need CDL driver's. Business for CVTC could get really interesting.
"We are entering our 2nd year in business and enjoying every minute of it, to watch customer's come in from all walks of life and having them tell you that you have changed there lives is a special thing," says Euglow.
For additional information, visit www.thecdlcenter.com or call 303-222-4465
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CVTC Announces Strong Enrollment Growth For Fall of 2017
November 08, 2017 at 16:43 PM EST