CDL License Training Programs
Truck Driver Training Schools in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island
As a truck driver training school with multiple locations in the northeastern United States, NETTTS offers a variety of programs available in each of our four school locations.
Students can pursue their Class A CDL license training with our flagship 540-hour training course, or our introductory 160-hour curriculum at all four locations.
In the 7-module, 540-hour course, trainees are instructed by an educational staff that comes directly from the trucking industry and are taught the necessary skills needed to become a safe and professional driver. Training ranges from general knowledge of air brakes systems and combination vehicles to road side inspections, basic business practices and techniques to make students job ready before the final preparation for the State Registry Test.
Students that opt for the 4-module, 160-hour course will learn some of the same techniques and knowledge and practice driving the city streets, rural roads and highways with guidance from their trainer.
Students interested in a Class B CDL license training program will receive a comprehensive education at our truck driver training school.
Trainees will learn practical knowledge in each training module specifically designed to develop your trucking knowledge and prepare for the CDL-B permit that includes 80 hours of hands-on experience. Students are also introduced to 49 CFR, entry-level driver training requirements before taking the State Registry Test.