The 10 Best Technical Schools near Portland, Oregon
- 177 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Technical Schools near Portland are:
- Portland YouthBuilders Technology Site (5/5)
- Portland CPR Classes (5/5)
- NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center (4.9/5)
- The Tech Academy - Online Coding Bootcamps and Trade School (4.7/5)
- Portland YouthBuilders (4.6/5)
- Benson Polytechnic High School (4.4/5)
- Alchemy Code Lab (4.2/5)
- Carrington College (3.8/5)
- ITT Technical Institute - Portland Campus (2.8/5)
- Peerlink National Technical Assistance Center (0/5)
- American College of Real Estate (0/5)
- OceanPointe Dental Assisting Academy of Portland (0/5)
- Baraka Institute: Leadership Development & Coach Training Center (0/5)
- National Personal Training Institute (5/5)
- Anthem College (3.5/5)
- Oquirrh Mountain Phlebotomy School (4.3/5)
- Western Technical Sales (0/5)
- Altierus Career Colleges (2.6/5)
- New Horizons Computer Learning Center (4.5/5)
- International Air and Hospitality Academy (3.6/5)
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Excellent training facility aimed at teaching at risk youth to land generous paying trade jobs.
If you wany a trade become an electrician. To become the best trained electrician this is the only place to get properly educated.
The Tech Academy offers the perfect boot camps to prepare you for a job in the tech industry. They offer more background information on computers and technologies than I received with my 2 year degree. % WOULD RECOMMEND! TTA provides so much background information to help you understand how and why things work. They offer great support for students. The 2 week internship at the end of the program and job placement course are invaluable! I really didn't have any cons! Any problems I came across in the program I was able to solve given the tools provided by TTA or by being directly assisted by one of the many instructors.
I love this place they treat like family
AWESOME school, Good teachers, Good education the best high school out there!
I start the MA program on Tuesday but everyone has be SO unbelievably helpful from the first phone call til now. I never thought I’d have a chance to go to college, my parents didn’t talk to me about it or encourage me. I finally decided it was time and Courtney made me feel safe and confident that I’d be successful. Fast forward to orientation, I had a leg injury and was nervous that I’d stick out. Everyone jumped in to help me and didn’t treat me any differently. I have a feeling I’m going to miss this place when I graduate. Thank you to everyone who’s helped get me to this point! 💙
This school is beyond inadequate. The staff has no clue what is going on. The departments do not openly communicate with one another. Also there is a glaring problem when you are attending a technology school and you only just recently can check your grades online. You will be lucky if the online student portal is even functioning correctly when you try to sign on. This school is only out to line their pockets. Save yourself the headache and your money and go somewhere else.
Awesome program, great staff!
Arik is a great instructor who is very knowledgeable! If you're looking to become a Personal Trainer I highly recommend going to this school, you won't regret it!
I am currently going through the MA program, and as a former CNA I have to say that this has got to be one of the best training facilities I have ever been in. My teacher is a currently licensed MA, has been for years so I don't know how you can conceive that as unaccredited. The bookwork, and homework are very relevant to what I'm doing, and the lecture time gives me even more information than the book. My first month into the class and we were doing lab about half of the day and class time the other half. Don't be discouraged by these other dropouts who didn't want to work hard to achieve a better future, and career. You can't go through one 1 class (pd) out of the 9 and claim you know how this school works, they should be ashamed of themselves.
Horrible experience. It’s a sham. DO NOT give them your money. They are not state funded, I couldn’t find them on the list of Oregon schools. All places I called never heard of them. They told me to pass you need to complete pokes, we did on live people. You literally sit watch YouTube videos then practice on mannequins then each other and that’s it.. I called everywhere after I finished the classes because it didn’t feel right. I got a call from Phlebotomy Training Specialists who really helped me move forward in their classes knowing we deserve better education.
I have taken multiple Microsoft application classes through New Horizons Learning Center. The training programs are organized well for content and delivery. I have taken all these classes from a remote location, making optimum use of my time at work while still investing in my growth and learning. I would recommend these training to anyone who is interested.
Overall, I had a great experience attending the International Air & Hospitality Academy (IAHA). These past weeks have been an eye opener when it comes to understanding the responsibilities of flight crew members, along with ground operation too. As you dive into the course material, you discover that you can apply for every position at the airport to include gate agent, customer service agent or even luggage handler that work on the ramp. After discovering all these options for employment, you begin to appreciate not only the amount of effort it takes to get planes to their destination but also begin to understand how many moving parts must sync for that happen daily. Please take everything you learn from here and use it to your advantage. It will only help you stand out from the general crowd and assist you in getting that dream job you wanted.