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Education Guys: Guide to Technical Education

California Trade Schools

Whether you want to study online or on-campus, and whether you prefer to attend a private or public university, community college, or trade school, the state of California gives you many options when it comes to getting a technical education.

Below you'll find a few of the many colleges and trade schools offering technical programs in California. All the schools are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Because they are accredited, you can feel better about the quality of each school. We hope this list serves as a good starting point in your search for the best trade schools in California.

Information Technology – Southern California Institute of Technology

Through hands-on software and systems training along with training courses, SCIT's Information Technology diploma program prepares students for industry certifications like Cisco CCNA, Microsoft MCITP Enterprise Administrator, CompTIA A+, and CompTIA Network+. SCIT also offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program as well as degree programs in other career fields.

Culinary Arts – California Culinary Academy

Training aspiring chefs since 1977 in the Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco and employing the Le Cordon Bleu curriculum, California Culinary Academy offers certificate and degree programs in baking and pastry arts as well as general culinary arts. Also available are several online programs and non-professional cooking classes.

Industrial Trades – WyoTech

WyoTech helps prepare students for careers in automotive technology and other hands-on industrial trades at its California campuses in Fremont, Sacramento and Long Beach. The technical school offers very specific specializations, such as a Harley Davidson concentration in its motorcycle technology program. Plumbing, electrician, and HVAC programs are also offered.

Healthcare – Unitek College

Focusing on healthcare and business education, Unitek College can train students for healthcare careers as a medical assistant, pharmacy technician or vocational nurse, as well as help prepare them for relevant certifications. The school also offers several nursing degree programs, and has three campuses throughout Northern California.

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