Trade School Career Guide
Scroll through our guide or use the search bar to learn about all the different skilled trades, technical, and business careers available at trade schools and tech colleges.
Discover what skilled tradespeople do, how much they make, and the types of jobs their training can lead to. If you’re interested in a medical career, check out our medical and healthcare careers guide.
Here’s a list of some of the highest paying jobs with the least amount of time in school. The time of the programs listed is between 3-6 weeks and 2 years.
Delta Technical College’s skilled trade programs have provided students with hands-on training since 2004. Learn more about DTC!
Learn about requirements for applying to a local trade school like documentation, education, age, standardized testing, state residency and more.
The time it takes to complete a trade school program is normally between six months and two years, but it depends on which program you choose.
Midwest Technical Institute is a year-round trade school providing hands-on training in the mechanical trades, truck driving, cosmetology, and allied health fields. MTI has provided students with hands-on skilled trades training for over 25 years! In 1995, MTI...
Learn about skilled trade school training cost estimates including tuition and possible fees from non-profit and for profit trade schools across the U.S.
Beyond the classic trades, many trade schools have expanded their academic programs to include healthcare, business, and IT programs.
Learn about classroom and online trade school programs that average 6 months. This list actually includes those ranging from about 1 month to 1 year long.
Learn about some common responsibilities for commercial truck drivers and find out about getting your CDL and becoming a truck driver.
The construction industry includes many skilled trades careers. Learn about 10 different ones in this article.
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