Technical Education in NWA

College may not be for everyone, but schooling after high school can be. Technical Education can help you attain the skills you need to perform the career you want. Trade Schools are a great option for students that learn better by doing. Trade schools may be a fraction of the cost of a 2 year or 4 year school and provide students with hands-on learning. This is a small list of the trade schools located in our area. This is a good place to start when beginning your career or trade school search.

arelectric

Arkansas College of Electricity

Programs:

Electrician Apprenticeship

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career

Career Academy of Hair Design

Programs:

Cosmetology

Hair Design

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des

DeSigner Barber & Stylist School

Programs:

Barber

Stylist

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mid

Mid-America Truck Driving School

Programs:

Commercial Drivers License

(CDL, and classifications in Class A, B, C, with endorsements for Hazmat, Tank, Doubles & Triples, Passenger Transit, Coach and, School Buses. )

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nwti

Northwest Technical Institute

Programs:

Allied Health

Industrial Arts

Information Systems

Truck Driving & CDL

(CNA, PN, Sterile Processing Tech, Surgical Technology, Ammonia Refrigeration, Automotive Service, Electronics, Industrial Maintenance, Medium & Heavy Truck, Welding)

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nwacc

Skilled Trades at NWACC

Programs:

Plumbing Apprenticeship

Electrical Apprenticeship

HVAC Certification

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paulmitchell

Paul Mitchell The School

Programs:

Cosmetology

Manicuring

Cosmetology Instructor

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petra

Petra Allied Health

Programs:

Certified Nursing Assistant

Dental Assistant

Electrocardiograph Tech

LL Radiologic Tech

Medical Asst.

Medical Billing & Coding/Insurance Specialist

Optometric Assistant

Pharmacy Tech

Phlebotomy Tech

Veterinary Asst

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