NETTTS has been serving students in the New England area since 1965. In the last 50 years, we’ve customized our training programs and expanded our locations to ensure the men and women of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Hampshire have access to comprehensive career training programs designed to prepare them for an entry-level position as a professionally trained truck driver or trained HVACR service technician.
With training facilities in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, CDL training is never far away. Our HVACR Technology Training program is offered at both our North Andover and Pawtucket, RI campuses and serve students from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Each of our facilities is operated by experienced staff using modern equipment and curriculum to ensure that our students are receiving up to date and relevant training.
Financial Aid is available for those that qualify, and our full-time, professional Financial Aid associates will help you develop a plan for paying for your tuition.
Our goal is to help you become job ready. The Career Services team will work with you throughout your training to help make sure you're prepared when you graduate.
CDL Commercial Truck Driver Training, HVACR Service Technician Training for heating and cooling professionals, and Safety Training for companies in the motor carrier industry.
“It’s got the feeling of a family atmosphere. New England Tractor Trailer Training School has been a family owned company for over 50 years. I also like the opportunity to help people accomplish an amazing goal that is absolutely life changing.”
"It’s not just about learning to drive a truck, it’s about becoming a Professional Truck Driver. It doesn’t just happen the day a student gets their license or the day they start driving for a company. It starts on day #1 here at the school. Start to think of yourself as a professional on the first day. Practice those important habits that will make you stand out."
“A lot of the time when students first come down to the training yard they’ve never been up close to a tractor trailer that big before. I make sure to give them the confidence to get in and first start. Before you know it they are learning how to back the vehicle up, pull it forward, how to shift and how to apply the air brakes. It’s fun to watch because they’re like a little kid with a big toy.”