Thursday, December 20, 2018

Trade Schools

Trade schools are often underrated by high school students, as they assume the next step after high school is to attend a four-year University. What they don’t know is that a trade school can offer them specific technical training in the field they want, for nearly a fraction of the cost of a four-year University. A trade school is a vocational training institution that teaches technical skills specific to your career of choice. Trade schools differ from a community college because students get to bypass the general education classes and dive right into their trade with hands-on application. The most common trades one would attend a vocational school for is automotive technology, cosmetology, food service, massage therapy, medical billing, HVAC, paralegal studies and other similar trades. The major benefits of a trade school are the affordability of them, length of time to complete and hands-on experience they provide. If you are interested in trade schools, check out the options below to find info on what you’re looking for.
Then use Google to find the courses in or near where you live, or resort to Old-School and use the Yellow Page telephone book.
Good luck for the future.

Common Trade Courses:
  • Elevator Installer/Repairer
  • Radiation Therapist
  • Geological and Petroleum Technician
  • Web Developer
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Electrician
  • Plumber
  • HVAC Technician
Contribution by Bill Martin

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