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RCC’s first Truck Driver Training graduates hit the road

Photo of a truck with a Randolph Community College logo on it.
A new fleet of trucks hit the road as RCC’s Truck Driver Training program began this fall.

Randolph Community College's Truck Driver Training program has proven to be a resounding success, with its inaugural class of graduates now embarking on their journeys as skilled and qualified drivers. The program’s commitment to providing top-notch training has begun to yield tangible benefits for the graduates, the community, and the trucking industry.


Danny Alsbrooks, right, shakes hands with Brian Walker, Randolph Community College Trainer/Examiner for Truck Driver Training, at the Truck Driver Training program graduation in February. Alsbrooks was a member of the program’s first class and is now driving for SnK Trucking Inc. in Siler City.

“With a commitment to fostering local talent and addressing the growing demand for skilled truck drivers, this comprehensive program is set to redefine professional training standards,” RCC President/CEO Dr. Shah Ardalan said. “The program is designed to empower individuals with the skills and expertise necessary for a thriving career in the transportation industry. RCC is dedicated to nurturing a new generation of drivers who not only excel in their careers but also contribute to the safety and efficiency of our local roads.”

Danny Alsbrooks, a driver for SnK Trucking Inc. in Siler City, was hired as soon as he graduated in February.

“My brother put me up to it because he drives trucks, and he wanted me to start this career as well,” he said. “The program was really good; I really enjoyed those guys’ company. The instructors were marvelous. They put a lot of time in to helping us learn safe driving. I’m so glad I started trucking, and I’m happy RCC gave me this opportunity to us all.”

The 10-week program boasts a 100 percent graduation rate, 100 percent pass rate at the Division of Motor Vehicles, 100 percent job placement, low tuition cost, opportunities for job placement at local businesses, and three certified instructors with 110 years and 12,000,000 miles of safe driving experience.

The next class is set to start May 20. For more information, click here or call 336-633-0268.

Randolph Community College (RCC), under the leadership of President/CEO Dr. Shah Ardalan, is committed to providing relevant career training and educational opportunities. Affordable degrees and short-term certificate programs start throughout the year, both in person and online. For more information, call 336-633-0200 or visit and expect to engage with the most competent and compassionate team of faculty and staff.

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