Meet the Faculty
Growing up in Emanuel County, learning to drive at an early age on farm equipment, turned the love of driving into a career. Joining the US Army as a truck driver furthering my experience by driving in Asia and Europe and also becoming a driver trainer. Leaving the service after 8 years to start a career in the private sector, first by teaching my wife to drive and teaming together for 13 years throughout the 48 states and Canada. Later in career became driver for Viracon, Inc. in Statesboro for 12 1/2 years accumulating a multiple million mile accident free career. Has worked as an instructor for Southeastern Technical College CDL course and continue to enjoy instructing and helping students achieve their goal to becoming professional drivers.
Office: Rm 106
Ronnie “Coach” Cameron started with the CTDL program as Adjunct in September, 2015. He assumed duties as Night Class Instructor in March, 2016.
To ensure that students receive commercial truck driving training and are prepared for employment with local and over-the-road transportation companies.
Programs of Study
Program Purpose Statement
The purpose of the truck driving program is to provide educational opportunities to individuals which will enable them to obtain the knowledge, skills,and attitudes necessary to succeed in the field of commercial truck driving.
CTDL 1010 - Fundamentals of Commercial Driving
CTDL 1020 - Combination Vehicle Basic Operations and Range Work
CTDL 1030 - Commercial Vehicle Advanced Operations