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Associated Training Services Network

Associated Training Services Network
7190 Elder Lane
Sun Prairie, WI 53590

Associated Training Services Network maintains a network of vocational training schools in 10 states. It was started in 1959 as the National Institute for Concrete Construction. In 1996, it merged with Diesel Truck Driver Training School and diversified its programs. Training programs offered are in heavy equipment, crane operation and truck driving.

The heavy equipment school operates on three principles: quality, integrity and pride. Associated Training Services has its primary office and training facilities in Madison, Wisconsin. Other locations include Colorado, Florida, Virginia, Southern California, Northern California, Texas, Ohio, South Carolina and New Hampshire.

Associated Training Services Network offers job placement assistance to its graduates. The placement director will work with every graduate to find them a job. Students of the heavy equipment school also are welcome to search the job placement database to find potential employers. There is high demand in the heavy equipment industry, resulting in numerous job opportunities. Associated Training Services has an 80 percent job placement rate.

Quick Facts

  • The schools within the Associated Training Services Network are accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research. The schools are licensed by the state boards of education in their locations.

  • In order to enroll at Associated Training Services, students must be 18 years of age and be able to pass the physical for the Department of Transportation. A high school diploma or GED is not necessary for acceptance.

  • Associated Training Services offer tuition financing options, including state and federal grants through the Workforce Investment Act, Trade Adjustment Act, Displaced Farmers, and Tribal Education.

  • The job placement department at Associated Traing Services reports that entry level employees of heavy equipment positions make around $15 an hour.
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