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Earth Mover School Graduate Bryan Schwartz: January 2005

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! National Heavy Equipment Operators School proudly recognizes Mr. Bryan Schwartz for outstanding achievement and direction. Bryan graduated from our heavy equipment school last April. He has since started his earth moving career with Jax Plumbing and Septic. Jax Plumbing and Septic does new and remedial plumbing installs, residential septic tanks installation, as well as...

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Earth Mover School Graduate Shawn Pollard: December 2004

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Please meet a 19 year old that is enjoying his youth, building for the future, and making some serious cash. Shawn Pollard took to the heavy equipment as if he was born on a dozer. He learned to operate all the equipment without any problems. He did struggle a bit with the truck training. It seems the 10 speed transmissions were a “handful.” Shawn Pollard told us that he...

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Earth Mover School Graduate Conrad Forbes: October 2004

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Conrad Forbes is a long time resident of Brunswick Georgia. Conrad came to National Training back in May of 2000. He was a truck driving student that did extremely well during his training. He was hired directly out of school and began driving trucks. After a time, Conrad realized that trucking is not what he wanted to continue to do for the rest of his life. He desired...

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Earth Mover School Graduate Calvin Laster: August 2004

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Please meet Calvin Laster. Calvin Laster successfully completed our Heavy Equipment Operators Program back in August of 2003. Since then he has been operating a variety of equipment for Wayne Brothers in Davidson, North Carolina. Calvin was fortunate to have employment with Wayne Brothers before starting school. Unfortunately it was doing something he no longer enjoyed...

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