Manufacturing and Transportation Careers
CDL-B Drivers know how to drive commercial and heavy-duty vehicles. They learn important rules of the road on the way to their CDL-B license.
CNC Machining is an in-demand career that requires making precise measurements and reading blueprints. Machinists understand programming coding into CNC mills and lathes.
Diesel Maintenance Technicians perform preventative maintenance on diesel engines, understand air brake components, and maintain brakes and electrical systems.
Shipping, Receiving & Warehousing
Shipping and Receiving means learning how to drive a forklift and becoming OSHA 10 certified. You'll learn the skills to become a key member of a shipping team.
Welding is always a high demand industry in Tulsa. Welders learn MIG & Fluxcore welding techniques, and how to follow specific rules and protocols in a welding area.
Professional Services Careers
Accounting Clerks learn daily and weekly accounting practices, how to help prepare financial reports, and help with quarterly and year-end taxes.
Information Technology Technician
IT Technicians can earn certifications in A+, Network+, Security+, and much more. IT training teaches important aspects of both software and hardware.
Central Service Technician
Central Service Technicians prepare, sterilize, and clean healthcare equipment and supplies. They also learn how to organize and assemble surgical instrument trays.
Certified Medication Aide
Certified Medication Aides help nurses in providing patient care and dispensing medications. They also administer medication and document proper dosages.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Certified Nursing Assistants learn how to provide and coordinate patient care, measure vital signs, assist patients with basic needs, and educate patients about health conditions.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
EMT certification allows individuals to begin their career and progress on to becoming a paramedic or firefighter. You'll learn how to handle all types of emergencies and save lives.
Medical Assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in offices of healthcare practitioners. They learn how to understand medical charts and diagnoses, as well as other important tasks.
Phlebotomy Technicians learn to draw blood from patients and collect other specimen samples. They also know how to conduct key blood tests.