At North American Trade Schools we are in the business of educating tradesmen. This extends beyond our enrolled students because our goal is to help people find a career that will be successful and rewarding for them.
To this end, we have created this page to house the best of the informative content on our website. Our hope is that our new Resources page will make finding and navigating through these pages easier for visitors. If any of this content helps you find your career, whether it’s in a skilled trade or not, that’s great!
If you find any of this information to be lacking, or still have questions you would like to see answered, please feel free to contact us. Or, if you are interested in one of our programs give us a call at (800) 638-5490 to speak with a representative of the school.
What is a Trade School? And Other FAQ’s: This page addresses some of our frequently asked questions and gives general information about what a trade school is and why you might consider one.
Trade School vs. College-What You Need to Know: This page offers a fair comparison between two viable paths to gaining an education and career. If you have considered both trade school and college you might find this page helpful.
Discover the Benefits of Trade School: Here we explain how attending a trade school can be the best path for some individuals and what the benefits of receiving this type of education are.
Vocational Schools in Maryland-5 Critical Decisions Every Student Should Consider: We know that NATS is not the only deal in town, so we provide some information about other vocational schools in Maryland and give you five essential points to consider when making your final decision on where to attend.
Job Training and Placement Services: Our training programs are highly effective and NATS backs that up by offering a thorough Job Placement Service. Part of your training will be in how to find a job, and one of the perks of attending NATS will be the use of our established network of contacts with local businesses.
More information about the training offered here can be found on our Programs page which contains details about every program and what you might do with your education upon graduation.
We are here to answer your questions, help make difficult decisions, and give advice about programs and careers. You can contact us now by calling (800) 638-5490 or use a link below to request information online.
Here are some links to other pages you might find interesting.
We wish you the best of luck in finding and beginning your future career; happy hunting!