NETTTS Graduates At Roehl, Simply Clean, CR England and More
11/16/2012 GREAT NEWS about driving jobs!
Class of 8/6/2012
Thomas M. is driving for Roehl Transportation
Class of 3/7/2011
Freddie W. stopped by, he has been driving for C R England and is now a trainer for them. He had a number of things to tell us, including that out of all their drivers he is #2 for fuel efficiency. He credits NETTTS instructors and said that going to school here was the best investment in himself that he ever made. While he was here he made a point to never miss a day and to sit right up front. He owns his own truck and has just bought a house for his family!
Class of 3/7/2011
Omar M. has been driving for Swift Transportation and posted this comment, “Im doing great, just finished getting certified to be a Mentor for Swift. Now I train the new drivers that are hired. 🙂 First student meets me tomorrow and he seems like a really nice guy, hopefully it goes well.”
Class of 2/20/2012
Tirtha P. has been hired by Swift Transportation of Phoenix, AZ.
Class of 1/23/2012
Yariel P. has gone to driving over-the-road for Prime of Springfield, MO.
Class of 1/14/2012
Chris S. is working for United Natural Foods in Dayville, also known as UNFI. He commented, “Yeah it’s pretty cool. Fresh out if school working a local job. Now driving brand new 2013 international Transtars and just reached my 90 days so all my benefits have kicked in as well. I feel pretty fortunate to be where I am with the experience I have.”
Class of 1/9/2012
Dwayne A. has been hired by Willimantic Waste of Willimantic, CT.
Class of 12/31/2011
Andrew B. has completed his training for Schneider National of Green Bay, WI.
Class of 10/31/2011
Miguel G. is doing local deliveries for Guida’s Dairy of New Britain, CT.
Class of 10/22/2011
Franklyn S. has been hired by J Polep of Chicopee, MA.
Class of 9/19/2011
Ken F. sent a selection of photos from his travels across the country. He is driving for Swift Transportation of Phoenix, AZ. He added the comment, “The Truck is a 2013 International ProStar+. The tall structure @ the rest area with the trucks in front is a wind mill blade. The plateau was in Nebraska, the others were Arizona/New Mexico. I enjoy seeing the country (doing 48 OTR). My suggestion to anyone contemplating OTR is if you can do a 6 month vacation away from home. It’s a good way to get experience and your experience will all be based on your attitude. Good Luck to all and be safe out there.”
NETTTS has over 50 years of career training experience, and the staff, equipment, and ability to provide hands-on professional tractor trailer and HVAC technician training. If you are looking for new career training or to upgrade your current skills, call your local school today at (800) 333-2888. https://nettts.com