HAMLET — Richmond Group School graduated its third Truck Driver Coaching class at this time, and as soon as once more all 25 college students who began this system graduated from this system and earned their licenses.
RichmondCC began the Truck Driver Coaching program final September, and that is the third class in a row to fully replenish and to have all 25 college students efficiently full this system.
The visitor speaker on the commencement ceremony was Scotland County Commissioner Bo Frizzell, who owns Frizzell Trucking. He instructed the graduates they are going to have profitable careers in the event that they comply with the foundations, be protected and defend their industrial driver’s licenses.
Truck Driver Coaching graduate Nicolas Bausum gained the George W. Brown Truck Driver Award for Distinctive Efficiency, which was introduced by Kay Cavendish. Truck Driver Coaching graduate Patrick Deberry gained the Kester Household Most Improved Truck Driver Award.
The Truck Driver Coaching program consists of each a nine-week class and a three-week behind-the-wheel class for many who want highway and vary driving expertise. The 25 college students on this class coated 9,226 mixed miles on the highway. That’s the variety of miles it takes to drive to all 4 farthest corners of contiguous United States.
RichmondCC’s subsequent Truck Driver Coaching class that begins in June is already full. The following class will run within the fall. For extra data or to enroll, name (910) 410-1700.