All-State Career Programs

All-State Career Skilled Trade Schools

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Choose a Career Path in the Skilled Trades.

Train for an HVAC or Welding Job at All-State Career.

One of the great aspects of seeking an education in trades is that there are plenty of diverse occupations to choose from!  From Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration to Welding, All-State Career trade schools will help you get the training you need to create a career path that is as diverse as your own interests.

Many of today’s exciting job opportunities have now shifted into trades - where working with your hands and discovering practical solutions, is far more exciting than sitting behind a desk all day.  Learn to make a difference doing something you love to do,  through a combination of situational and practical learning experiences in one of the trades.

If you want a career where you can work with your hands and you enjoy discovering practical solutions then consider becoming a Welder or Welding Technician where you can specialize in welding, cutting, soldering or brazing.  At All-State Career trade schools, students learn the activities related to the design, production, performance and maintenance of welded products.  Get a foundation in industrial welding techniques, craft skills, welding mathematics and career development.

Career opportunities include fabricated metal product manufacturing, transportation manufacturing and parts for motor vehicles, aerospace and building equipment, electronics markets, scientific research and development, commercial and residential building applications and local governments just to name a few.


Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

As today’s heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems become more complex, trained HVAC technicians are critical to maintaining healthy, comfortable environments in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

Welding Technology

There are many exciting job opportunities in the skilled trades. If you are somebody who likes working with your hands and discovering practical solutions, then you will probably find the idea of working in the field to be far more exciting than sitting behind a desk all day. Our aging infrastructure will require welders, cutters, solderers and brazers to help rebuild highways, bridges and buildings. As older welders reach retirement, there will be demand for entry-level welders to replace them in the workforce.