Assistance is also available for refugees and asylums.
Individuals who have lost their job due to foreign competition or trade may qualify for Trade Adjustment Act (TAA) Funding.
Many of our Native American students receive funding through their tribal council or the Bureau of Indian Affairs. If you are a Native American, you may be eligible for this type of funding.
Veteran students may qualify to receive educational benefits through the Veteran’s Administration. Continental is approved for Class A CDL training of eligible Veterans under the Montgomery GI Bill® and Post 911 GI Bill®, V.E.A.P. and other educational benefit programs. If you are a Veteran, you may be eligible for this type of funding.
Loans start as low as $265 DOWN and are easy to obtain. We have low monthly payments and you can prepay at anytime without a penalty. When applying for financing Monday - Friday you will have an answer within 24 hours, Saturday and Sunday on Monday.
Option 1: $265 Down With Credit Check-Click to apply
Option 2: $1,000 Down With No Credit Check-Call for details
Call or visit one of our locations for more information about our cash special. We accept cash, checks or credit cards.
Paying for your CDL license training to become a truck driver is easier than ever at Continental. You can take advantage of our Cash Special, a loan program or state/federal financing (if you qualify). Some carriers also advertise paid CDL training or free CDL training. Call 877-924-5551 or visit us for more details.
Housing is available for an additional fee to accommodate our out of town or out of state students.
We are certified as an eligible training provided under (WIOA) (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act). This agency funds eligible students to attend Class A CDL training at Continental.
Students that pay for tuition upfront or finance with a loan are eligible for tuition reimbursement provided by most carriers. The carriers pay $75 to $200 per month tuition reimbursement to the student or loan provider. The maximum total amount a carrier will pay varies from carrier to carrier.
Many of our students receive funding through either State or private vocational rehabilitation programs such as DARS (Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. If you are an injured worker or are currently in a rehabilitation program, you may be eligible for this type of funding.