About New England Institute of Technology
World-class technical, technology and industry education. Associate, bachelor's, master's and online degrees. Private, non-profit and competitively priced.
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More than 50 degree-granting programs
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The surgical tech classes here are just the best. The lab simulation sessions, accompanied by the instructions on surgical procedures and instruments, give you all the tools to succeed in an operating room environment. The instructors here spare no knowledge. This is not an easy program, but if you have serious career goals, then you'll do what it takes. I am!!!
When my twin and I were looking at technical schools in Rhode Island, little did we know that there were so many courses to choose from. While we may be twins, our tastes are vastly different. One of the things we really liked about NEIT was the diversity of programs tehy offer. I'm currently studying drone and robotics while my bro is working on his architecture degree. Overall, we're both pumped!
I've been a car fanatic for as long as i can remember. Looked at a lot of mechanic schools near me and decided to go with NEIT based on their course offerings. If fixing cars and custom paint jobs are your thing, this is for you. Really happy I decided to go here. If you want to study to be an auto technician, this is THE course.
Avoid this for-profit school! Go to ANY other trade school.They canceled my student loans without my knowledge. I got pulled out of class several times in the beginning of my semester and was told to go to the bursars office, once I got there no one could tell me what was going on with my account and they told me to try the registrars office. Same thing, no one could tell me why I was getting pulled out of class or what was going on with my account. Everything looked fine they said. After about 3 weeks of that and getting zero info...I stopped getting pulled out of class and at the end of the semester I got a $5000+ bill. They've been suing me for it for the past 8 years. Everytime I've gone to court there's always atleast 10 other people there who had the same thing happen to them. Do yourself a favor and find an apprenticeship instead of wasting your money at this "school".
If you are looking for an ultrasound tech school to become a physical therapy assistant, then you have come to the right place. As a Rehab technology specialist now, I have had the opportunity to apply all the stuff taught here. These guys provide in-depth knowledge of the exercises, massage, hydrotherapy, etc., to help you do a thorough job. These skills will help you get employed as soon as you are done with the course.
Though I was looking to be a professional welder, my initial ideas of what it involved were rather simple. But looking at the in-depth program here, I was impressed with the technicalities covered in the course. I was recently promoted to Supervisor, courtesy of the information I gained from NEIT.