Baltimore Career Training
Find out which of our trade schools in Baltimore, Maryland, are best for you!
Prepare for a career you deserve. Baltimore Career Training can help. Choose from four Baltimore trade schools that specialize in high-demand fields:
- All-State Career – Baltimore
- All-State Career – Baltimore Allied Health
- Fortis Institute – Towson (formerly Medix School)
- Fortis Institute (formerly Medix School)
At our Baltimore technical schools, you have options. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the healthcare and transportation industries are expected to grow much faster than average through 2014. To meet these employment demands, we provide HVAC training, CDL training, electrical systems training, healthcare training for students in the Baltimore area. You can complete a transportation or healthcare program that local employers respect in as little as 6 months. To find out which of our programs are best for you, contact us today.
In addition, our cosmetology and beauty schools in Baltimore can help students break into the world of styling. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in technology, consider paying a visit to our computer support technology and information technology school in Baltimore Woodlawn, MD. At each of our trade schools, students have the chance to get a quality education in an industry that interests them.
If you’re considering medical trade schools, HVAC technician programs or surgical technologist schools in Baltimore, MD, it’s time to find out how we can help you get started in fields like:
- CDL Class A
- CDL Class B
- Medical assistant
- Dental assistant
- Pharmacy technician
- Surgical technologist
- Cosmetology Arts and Sciences
- Computer Support Technician
All-State Career – Baltimore is ideal if you want a career that can take you places. Our healthcare and driver training programs are designed to prepare you for careers that are relevant in today’s job market. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the truck transportation industry will add 330,100 new jobs between the years 2010 and 2020.
Get the education you need to start a new career in a field you’re interested in. Request information today to get started at one of our Baltimore technical schools.