Training Center

Training and career hire with OneAccord Trucking Jobs

Welcome to the OneAccord Fast Track™ Training Center – The rewards zone for individuals seeking certification/training in the transportation industry.

What a great time to begin exploring whether the trucking industry is the right career choice for you. We all know what it feels like to be in a job you can’t stand, counting the hours and waiting for the next weekend.   We’ll help you determine which trucking jobs would be the best fit for you so you can finally have that job that doesn’t feel like “work”.

OneAccord connects great public and private paid CDL driver and diesel technician training programs to qualified candidates wanting to break into the trucking industry. We partner with a number of well-respected public and private providers that agree to pay your upfront training costs and offer you employment after you graduate. In partnering with these providers OneAccord is able to put you on the road with some of the best paid CDL driver, diesel technician training programs and employment opportunities in the trucking industry to date.

Companies are offering attractive training programs to find new employees. We’ll help you determine if this may be a viable career option and help you locate the right training program.

Given a cost conscience industry, most training programs prefer students showing both a genuine interest, and who demonstrate that they possess the right job-specific behaviors needed for a great job match. After all, having the right job-specific behaviors is what will not only predict the likelihood of success as students, but also their long term success as future industry professionals. Candidates who qualify to be trained will find many publicly and privately run truck driving and technician training schools eager to meet with them.

Our survey helps you to know if you’d most likely be satisfied, or dissatisfied in a particular career. And if it’s not a good fit, the great thing is we can indicate that before you get too heavily invested. Either way, it’s worth finding out up front.

Let’s Explore Careers Together.

United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

                Diesel Service Technicians and Mechanics

 United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

                Truck Drivers and Driver/Sales Workers

 The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)

                Commercial Driver’s License Program (CDL/CDLIS)

 Trucking News and Links


 Trucking Radio


 Trucking Media


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