Monday, June 10, 2019

Chapter 31 Qualified



Brooke Transportation Training is the only school in the nation qualified under the "Chapter 31" program to train disabled veterans to become freight brokers. We can work with you through your counselor to get you trained and equipped to be a freight broker or a freight broker agent.  In a month's time you can be trained and ready to start this exciting career.

A freight broker is an ideal job for a disabled vet.  A freight broker is skilled in matching freight loads with carriers to move those loads to the intended destination.  Since the job is done by phone and computer, a freight broker can easily make a great income from the comfort of their home.  Family members can help in the job.  In fact we often train a husband and wife at the same time so they both have the needed skills for success.

We would be honored to train you in one of our upcoming training courses.

Thank you to all our veterans.  Thank you for sacrificing your time and talents in service to our country.  Thank you for protecting the unique freedoms we have in the United States of America. Thank you to your families as well. They have made great sacrifices as well.

Any questions?  Give me a call.

Moving forward,

Jeff Roach
www.brooketraining. com
214-206-1169

Friday, June 7, 2019

Phenomenal Training

A recent student of our Freight Broker Training course taught by Susie Moore left this comment on our facebook page:
My experience with Brooke Training was phenomenal. Mrs. Susie Moore is the BEST!! She was informative, she took her time to make sure everybody understood and the spirit she brought to the class everyday kept me alert!!! I learned so much about the trucking business I never knew before. Thank you for the experience.

We really are honored to teach freight broker training to leaders of the future.  These students come in eager to learn and eager to work hard and have a career with great earning potential.

Come join us for a week of training in the exciting world of transportation.

Moving forward,

Jeff Roach
www.brooketraining.com