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National Technical Institute holds open house for essential, in-demand trading careers
Now that the skills gap is wider than ever, the need for trade workers has increased. Plumbing, Electrical, and HVAC are in-demand, essential jobs that are plentiful and well-paying, making them an optimal career path to pursue. National Technical Institute (NTI), a state-accredited trade school that provides rapid training for HVAC, plumbing, and electrical careers, is holding an open house on the Phoenix campus on Friday, June 18 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM for prospective students and job seekers to learn about a career in trade.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor of Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median salary for electricians is $56,180, $48,730 for HVAC installers and mechanics, and $55,160 for plumbers. Plumbers are in so much demand that some students are hired even before graduation, and as the summer heat intensifies, HVAC students can complete the program and enter their new careers before the industry’s busiest season is far from over. . NTI’s open house will include the following activities:
Tour of NTI’s real installation and training labs featuring the most modern and relevant HVAC mechanical, commercial refrigeration, electrical and plumbing equipment in the industry
Meet & greet with instructors and staff
Live radio remote with 98 KUPD Rock
Free tasty street tacos
“We immerse our students in real-world situations, with approximately 50 percent of their time being spent in NTI’s state-of-the-art training labs. We have found that our hands-on, hands-on instruction provides tremendous benefits to students during their studies, preparing them to be ready for the job upon completion of the program,” said David Lee, NTI chief operating officer. “We also teach students how to interact with customers and market themselves — the ‘soft skills’ that a successful craftsman needs to run a business or become a valuable employee.”
NTI showed a strong commitment to their graduates and recently introduced a new policy: Job Placement Services for Life. This policy is a guarantee of always having access to the school’s job placement services when it is most needed, and includes recruiting and developing resumes.
“For job seekers looking for new opportunities, a career that can offer stability and a real future may be just a few months away. Now could be the perfect time to consider learning an essential trade as there is a major shortage is to skilled workers with many service providers who struggle to fill open positions. Use this gap to your advantage and take your future to the next level,” recommends Lee.
NTI’s mission is to produce problem-solving, creative-thinking graduates who possess industry-standard knowledge and skills for long-term, promising careers. Lasting just 16 weeks, NTI offers hybrid training programs that consist of both online classes and in-person lab training, weekend or weekday tracks, and morning or evening classes. To enroll, students must be 17 years of age or older and present proof of a high school diploma or equivalent. Contact NTIs Admissions Office for more information.
You are invited!
National Technical Institute
Friday June 18
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Visit the campus, meet the instructors, learn more about the programs
National Technical Institute
3660 E. Wier Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85040