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Trade Schools in Oklahoma - Locating Oklahoma Vocational Training

Trade schools in Oklahoma feature educational programs that reward graduates with professional certificates, diplomas and degrees in many of the state’s most-popular fields. Most residents are eligible to enroll in these courses, and may be able to complete their schooling in as little as a few months in some cases.

The Sooner State is expected to see steady job growth in several major industries over the next decade, and by completing your education at an accredited vocational school in Oklahoma, you can become qualified for sentry-level positions in most of them. Read on to learn more!

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Trade Schools in OK

List of Trade Schools in OK

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there were 56 accredited trade schools in Oklahoma as of January 2014. Review the table below for general program information and links to each school’s website.

NameAddress
Academy of Hair Design11920 N May Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120
American Beauty Institute2009 North Main Street, McAlester, Oklahoma 74501
American Broadcasting School-Oklahoma City4511 SE 29th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73115
American Broadcasting School-Online Program4511 SE 29th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73115
American Institute of Medical Technology4500 S. Garnett Rd. Suite 110, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146
Beauty Technical College inc605 E. Downing Street, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74465
Broken Arrow Beauty College-Broken Arrow400 S Elm Pl Ste C, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
Broken Arrow Beauty College-Tulsa11122 E 71st St, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
Brookline College-Oklahoma City980 Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73114
Career Point College3138 S Garnett, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146
CC’s Cosmetology College8138 E 21st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74129
CC’s Cosmetology College502 S. Main, Sapulpa, Oklahoma 74066
CC’s Cosmetology College4439 NW 50Th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
CC’s Cosmetology College-Idabel1421 SE Washington St Ste 10, Idabel, Oklahoma 74745
Central State Beauty Academy8494 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73162-6007
Central State Massage Academy8494 Northwest Expwy, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73162
Claremore Beauty College200 N Cherokee, Claremore, Oklahoma 74017
Clary Sage College3131 South Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145
Community Care College4242 South Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145
Cosmetology Schools inc1684 Cimmaron Plz, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74075
Cutter’s Edge School of Cosmetology2330 E Main St, Cushing, Oklahoma 74023
DeVry University-Oklahoma4013 NW Expressway St., Suite 100, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116-1695
DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management-Oklahoma4013 NW Expressway St., Suite 100, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116-1695
Enid Beauty College3905 S. La Mesa Drive, Enid, Oklahoma 73703-4538
Eves College of Hairstyling912 SW C Ave, Lawton, Oklahoma 73501
Heritage College-Oklahoma City7202 S. I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73149
Hollywood Cosmetology Center1708 W Lindsey, Norman, Oklahoma 73069
Institute of Hair Design1601 1/2 N Harrison, Shawnee, Oklahoma 74804
ITT Technical Institute-Oklahoma City50 Penn Place Office Tower, 1900 NW Expressway St.-Ste 305, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
ITT Technical Institute-Tulsa8421 East 61st Street, Suite U, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
National American University-Tulsa8040 South Sheridan Road, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133-8945
Oklahoma School of Photography2306 N Moore Ave, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
Oklahoma Technical College4444 South Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145-1122
Platt College-Central OKC309 S Ann Arbor, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73128-1112
Platt College-Lawton112 S.W. Eleventh Street, Lawton, Oklahoma 73501-3808
Platt College-Moore201 N. Eastern, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
Platt College-North OKC2727 W. Memorial Rd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134
Platt College-Tulsa3801 S Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145
Ponca City Beauty College122 N First St, Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601
Pryor Beauty College330 W Graham, Pryor, Oklahoma 74361
Shawnee Beauty College410 E Main St, Shawnee, Oklahoma 74801
Southern School of Beauty inc140 W Main St, Durant, Oklahoma 74701-5008
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology8820 E Pine St, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115
Standard Beauty College of Oklahoma510 Plaza Court, Sand Springs, Oklahoma 74063-0759
Technical Institute of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences822 E 6th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120-3610
Tulsa Welding School-Tulsa Campus2545 E. 11th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-3909
University of Phoenix-Oklahoma City Campus3 Broadway Exec Pk, 6501 N. Broadway Ext., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116-8244
University of Phoenix-Tulsa Campus14002 East 21st St., Tulsa, Oklahoma 74134-1412
Vatterott College-Oklahoma City5537 NW Expressway, Warr Acres, Oklahoma 73132
Vatterott College-Tulsa4343 S. 118th E. Ave, Suite A, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146
Virgil’s Beauty College111 S Ninth St, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401-6802
Virginia College-Tulsa5124 South Peoria Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74105-5623
Woodward Beauty College502 Texas, Woodward, Oklahoma 73801
Yukon Beauty College inc221 W. Main, Yukon, Oklahoma 73099

Employment & Salary Outlook

Employment Outlook for Oklahoma

As one of the nation’s largest producers of natural gas and agricultural products, it should come as no surprise that these industries are expected to experience good growth through the remainder of the decade. According to the latest projections from the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, however, the state’s greatest growth through 2020 will come in the healthcare industry. See the list below to learn more about this trend.

Oklahoma’s 10 Fastest Growing Occupations

Of the 10 fastest-growing occupations in the State of Oklahoma, six of them are from the region’s booming healthcare industry. To find out more about any of the positions featured below, simply click on the name of the occupation.

Personal Care Aides

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in OK (2012): $18,300

2010 Employment: 8,800

2020 Employment: 14,730

Pct Change: 68%

 

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Home Health Aides

Minimum Education: Less than high school with certification from an accredited program. Median Salary in OK (2012): $20,300 2010 Employment: 8,910 2020 Employment: 14,860 Pct Change: 67%
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Veterinary Technologists and Technicians

Minimum Education: Two-year associate’s degree from an accredited program.

Median Salary in OK (2012): $24,500

2010 Employment: 970

2020 Employment: 1,440

Pct Change: 49%

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Market Research Analysts and Specialists

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree. Median Salary in OK (2012): $48,900 2010 Employment: 1,850 2020 Employment: 2,530 Pct Change: 36%  
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Mental Health Counselors

Minimum Education: Master’s degree.

Median Salary in OK (2012): $42,700

2010 Employment: 1,460

2020 Employment: 1,990

Pct Change: 36%

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Physical Therapist Assistants

Minimum Education: High school diploma. Median Salary in OK (2012): $49,800 2010 Employment: 1,270 2020 Employment: 1,730 Pct Change: 36%  
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Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas and Mining

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in OK (2012): $38,600

2010 Employment: 3,280

2020 Employment: 4,460

Pct Change: 36%

 

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Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas

Minimum Education: Less than high school. Median Salary in OK (2012): $44,100 2010 Employment: 2,290 2020 Employment: 3,070 Pct Change: 34%  
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Medical Secretaries

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

Median Salary in OK (2012): $26,400

2010 Employment: 4,530

2020 Employment: 6,030

Pct Change: 33%

 

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Nonfarm Animal Caretakers

Minimum Education: Less than high school. Median Salary in OK (2012): $19,400 2010 Employment: 1,720 2020 Employment: 2,290 Pct Change: 33%  
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Source: Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, Economic Research & Analysis Division

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