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    NAPFTDS and FASTPORT Co-Sponsor DOL National Standard CDL Registered Apprenticeship to Help Train 10,000 Apprenticeship-Ready Truck Drivers

     

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 25, 2017 - Dallas, TX - The National Association of Publicly Funded Truck Driving Schools (NAPFTDS) and FASTPORT, Inc. have partnered to co-sponsor an innovative National Standard Registered Apprenticeship Program for Professional Truck Drivers.

    This new partnership will expand employment opportunities through apprenticeship in the transportation and logistics sector for military Veterans and civilians alike, by helping them enter an accredited Commercial Driver License (CDL) institution for the highest quality training.

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    FASTPORT, Inc. Leads U.S. Department of Labor’s Transportation & Logistics Sector Apprenticeship Accelerator Conference At The Great American Trucking Show

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    Top 10 Finalists Named for Transition Trucking: Driving For Excellence 2017 Award

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    Registration Opens for U.S. Department of Labor’s Transportation & Logistics Sector Apprenticeship Session at the Great American Trucking Show (GATS)

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    What Is the Military CDL Skills Test Waiver—And How Can You Use It?

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    The Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) and FASTPORT Partner to Host Department of Labor ApprenticeshipUSA Accelerator Conference to Help Employers Develop Apprenticeship Programs.

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    The Search Is On for the 2017 Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence Award Winner 

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    Employers Across Multiple Industries Converge at the Pentagon to Display Their Support of the Guard and Reserve

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    FASTPORT Announces U.S. Navy Veteran Professional Truck Driver as Winner of Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence Award

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    Roush and FASTPORT Partner to Commit to Hiring Veterans Through Hiring Our Heroes Automotive Track Program

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