Transportation Technology Center

Local, area, and national companies are constantly looking for qualified drivers. Based on current driver trends from the American Trucking Association, the trucking industry needs to hire 96,178 drivers yearly for the next 10 years. Start your career here. Men and women, ages 18 and older, enroll today!

Iowa Central's program combines a longer training period, fewer students per truck, more in-truck training, broader based instruction, preparing you for the job as a professional driver.

  • 600 total hours of training.
  • 192 hours of class room training.
  • 198 hours of in-truck training.
  • 210 hours of practicum or on the job training.
  • Graduate with a CDL license, and endorsements.
  • Job placement for students 18 years and older.

Iowa Central Community College has delivered semi-truck driving students to the industry since 1971. We have an excellent 98% placement (per 2012 PTDI reporting), into the job. Semi-Truck Driving is a great paying career with excellent opportunities. Our hands on training prepares you for the career you have chosen. There are many truck driving schools across our nation, and rest assured that we have a good school involving hands on training, loaded trailers, over the road trips and miles of experience.

Iowa Motor Truck AssociationThe Transportation Technology Center (TTC) is a member of the Iowa Motor Truck Association (IMTA) which keeps us abreast of the transportation industry’s ever changing needs.

National Association of Publicly Funded Truck Driving SchoolsThe TTC is also a member of National Association of Publicly Funded Truck Driving Schools (NAPFTDS), which is Dedicated to Quality Training, For Today’s Transportation Industry.

Professional Truck Driver InstituteIn addition to being members of the IMTA and the NAPFTDS the TTC is a member of the Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI), which is North America's foremost advocate of truck-driver training standards, driver professionalism, and safety.