Phase 2: Mast 2.0


Mast 1.0


Mast 2.0


Mast 3.0



Mast 2.0

4-5 weeks of on-the-road training

This is the hands-on portion of your Mast training program. You’ll be on the road with a veteran trainer until you reach 11,000 miles. This usually takes about 4 to 5 weeks. This rigorous portion of the training program is designed to give you all the skills you need to become a solo professional driver. You’ll be learning from the best and putting your knowledge and experience to the test in real-life scenarios that you’ll eventually face as a solo driver.

Manage your new job duties

Get experience on the road

Living in the truck

During Mast 2.0, you’ll experience your trainer’s schedule, and we guarantee you’ll be home at least once during this time if not more.

During Mast 2.0, you’ll live in the truck and experience 
what life is like on the road.

At the end of Mast 2.0

At this point, you should be prepared to do the job of a professional truck driver
on your own and know everything you need to about supporting activities (like trip planning and cargo securement).

Road evaluation

Once you’ve logged 11,000 miles and met all training requirements (like driving at night, paying for expenses, driving to Chicago, etc.), you’ll return to the Mast Trucking Millersburg location for your final road evaluation.

Graduate to Mast 3.0 after