Jumpstart Your Career Training with CDL License and HVAC Training in Pawtucket, RI

NETTTS Offers Pawtucket Students Instruction with CDL and HVAC Training

New England Tractor Trailer Training School (NETTTS) has been in business since 1965. This school has over 50 years of commitment to serving students. NETTTS, an ACCSC accredited school, is a CDL and HVAC training school located in the Southeastern Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island region.

NETTTS is a family-owned school. NETTTS instructors are experienced CDL drivers and HVACR technicians that want to help see you succeed. They offer students behind-the-wheel and field experience during their career training programs. Our CDL training will prepare you to take the written and road test for your state’s CDL. The HVACR Technology Training program teaches the skills required of today’s entry-level HVACR Service Technicians.

This campus is located off I-95. Training at this location is available to students from both Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

NETTTS Offers CDL and HVAC Students Support and has Financial Aid for those that qualify

  • Financial aid available for those who qualify
  • Job placement assistance
  • Flexible scheduling options
  • Hands-on and behind the wheel training

Visit our office

Address: 600 Moshassuck Valley Ind. HW Pawtucket, RI 02860
Phone: (401) 725-1220 / (800) 964-7771
Fax: (401) 724-1340
Email: info@nettts.com

Joe S.

"If you're looking to drive a truck, NETTTS is the place to go. I did some research online with a lot of truck driving schools and found NETTTS was exactly what I was looking for."

Joe S., Class A CDL Graduate, Pawtucket
John P.

"I was laid off and had wanted to go back to school when I heard about the NETTTS HVAC program. I jumped on this opportunity to get an education in a trade to secure my future."

John P., HVACR Technology Graduate, Pawtucket
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Meet the Staff in Pawtucket, RI

CDL school and HVAC school campus director, Bill Kelsey

How do you personally help students at your school be successful?

I am always available. Students are my top priority so I make sure to be available to them each and every day. I tell them when they first enter school that my door is always open and if they have a problem I will help them solve it. These are the most important conversations I have daily.Bill Kelsey, Campus Director

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