Center for Employment Education
3-Week Fast Track - CDL A Questionnaire
We thank you for considering our school and look forward to helping you achieve your goal to begin a Career in Trucking.
In order to fully accomplish its primary objective, CEE continuously reviews its method of operations by maintaining ongoing dialog with students, graduates, transportation companies, and regulatory bodies. Although CEE does not provide employment placement, we do capture employment information in the industry from our graduates. From the period of December 2016 through November 2017, of the 100% that responded, they are making an average wage of $18.01 per hour.
To apply for admittance to CEE, a prospective student must complete an admissions application, provide their Individual Lifetime Driver History, copy of Alaska Driver License, and be interviewed and recommended by a member of the staff. Prospective students are given a school catalog (which can also be downloaded from our Schedule-Application page). Applicants denied admission will be notified in writing of the reason and whether or not they may reapply. Final acceptance of the applicant, after reviewing the enrollment packet, will be made by a school official upon reviewing the student's application and admissions recommendation. Students are admitted and trained regardless of race, age, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.
In order to assist us in your application process, please complete the following questions and submit this form along with your completed admissions application, Individual Lifetime Driver History, and clean copy of your Alaska Driver License. Upon review of your application, our admissions staff will contact you regarding your status and upcoming training opportunities.
1. Why have you chosen to take this 3-Week Fast Track - CDL A course?
2. Are you aware of the physical requirements of commercial truck driving (i.e., tying down loads, uncoupling, servicing equipment,
throwing chains)? Driving is not all sitting behind the wheel and staying dry and clean.
3. Are you ready, willing, and able to commit full time to 3 weeks of class? Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:30 pm.
2nd day of absence or 3rd day of being tardy will result in termination from this training program.
4. Are you aware of the job situation in Alaska? There are numerous entry level driving positions available in Alaska, however most long-
haul driving jobs will be in the Lower 48.
5. Can you read, write, and calculate math at the 9th grade level or above? If not, please explain:
6. Can you speak and understand the English language sufficiently to converse with the general public, to understand highway traffic
signs and signals in the English language, to respond to official inquiries, and to make entries on reports and records?
If not, please explain:
7. Do you have any disabilities we need to be aware of (mental, physical, learning) that may affect your training?
8. Have you had any moving violations since your DMV Driver History was originally given to CEE? If so, please explain:
9. Alaska is actively complying with Federal Law that requires commercial drivers to prove they are a lawful Permanent Resident or U.S.
Citizen. You must have one of the required six (6) legal documents with you when making any transaction at DMV that requires a
change to your record. This only effects your Commercial Driver License or Permit. The most common documentation are a U.S.
Passport or Original U.S. Birth Certificate. Full details are available at Alaska DMV.
Do you have one of the required documents that you can present to the DMV on testing days for your Permit?
So that we can match this form with your application, please provide your Full Name (First, Middle, and Last). NOTE: You MUST complete the online Training Application in addition to this questionnaire.
By selecting the SUBMIT button, I certify that I am the applicant applying for the course and the information provided in this questionnaire is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
I understand that no union membership or affiliation is offered or required.
I also understand that no employment is or has been promised or offered before, during, and/or after attendance in any courses I may attend.
I understand I must also complete the online training application to be matched with this questionnaire.
10. What do you hope to gain from this course besides your CDL?