I recently attended NTTS in Liverpool, NY and I have to say that even though I has some trouble when I first started the 18 week course (which is the longest) I have learned so much. My instructors were very patient with me and offered additional advice both in class as well as on the field.
I did take notice that some of my classmates didn't bother to apply themselves during their education here and guess what, they didn't pass their NYS road test. You have to apply yourself. You have to have a strong work ethic to succeed in this industry. I was able to have four prehires made available to me during my training at NTTS. I have chosen to go with my first choice. I love this industry. I will make a lot of money and I will be a success because I know that I am not afraid of hard work. Life is what you make of it. For my fellow classmates who refuse to see beyond tonight's six pack, cold pizza and worn out dreams, apply yourself and go to work. If you are too lazy then when you are traveling down the highway hopefully you will be drving in the opposite direction from me.