It’s no surprise that traditional college isn’t for everyone. Millions of students attend college every year, while countless others choose to pursue their goals at a trade school. This is an important, life-changing decision for many individuals and getting it right requires careful consideration.
Choosing to go to trade school over college is a viable option for many reasons. However, as you think about your goals and interests, it’s important to understand the benefits of a trade school education and know how to spot common trade school myths. Here are three trade school myths to debunk before you enroll in technical training classes.
By completing a trade program, you show you’re ready to start an entry-level trade school job. Because technical training involves a mix of classroom and shop learning, students are exposed to a well-rounded and hands-on approach to learning. An educational experience like this sharpens your skills and preps you with knowledge you can carry with you anywhere your goals take you. Plus, hands-on career readiness shows employers you’ve practiced for the role of an entry-level employee.
*Apex Technical School and its instructors are licensed by the State of New York, New York State Education Department.
Disclaimer: Apex Technical School provides training for entry-level jobs. Not everything you may read about the industry is covered in our training programs.
Online trade school classes require students to log in to a virtual classroom away from others, usually at home or another location off