So, you are beginning your search for a trade school in Maine! That is exciting news!
Whether you are looking to attend a school in a big city like Augusta, or in a smaller, more rural area there are definitely options. Our list of schools provides some of the most important information you may want to know before making a decision to enroll. From net price to total enrollment, you can find the best match for your needs. Our data is updated annually so you can be assured the information is as accurate as possible.
So, scroll through the list, see which ones sound like good possibilities and reach out to the school for more information.
No matter which choice you make, just know that attending trade school in the Pine Tree State is a great choice for a brighter future!
Maine Trade Schools
The vocational schools listed below are in alphabetical order and include programs from barber to welding and everything in between. No matter what career you are interested, there will be a vocational school just for you in Maine!
Our partner schools are those that we do receive a commission for, but they are amazing schools with lots of opportunities in all different vocations. Just click a button to reach out to any school to learn more about them.
Partner Trade Schools Near You In Maine
Already have an idea of what kind of vocational training program you are looking for? Our partner schools are a great place to start!
Go ahead and select a program, enter your zip and find the schools that are closest to you in what is known as the Pine Tree State.
Additional Vocational Schools In Maine
The data below is from the Integrated Postsecondary Education System (IPEDS) which is a great resources for finding trade schools all over the country.
The information shows some of the most important items you may consider when choosing a school. Much more information is provided on the IPEDS website if you want to dive deeper!
APC Crane Training
APC Crane training offers classroom and field training in classrooms across the country in a variety of cities. They only offer training and certification for crane operators.
International Union of Operating Engineers
With over 1,000 instructors and many locations throughout the United States and Canada, IUOE is a great choice for learning how to handle heavy duty equipment. Each location offers different types of opportunities for training and apprenticeships. Classroom instruction, simulators, and working onsite with an experienced journeyman are all parts of the training you will receive.
The Landing School
Choose a one or two year program and learn about yacht design, wooden boat building, marine systems, or composite boat building. There is also the option to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in marine industry technology.
The Wooden Boat School
Over 95 courses for those looking to get into boat building. Courses include fundamentals of boatbuilding, kayak building, small marine diesel, and so much more. All skill levels are available for beginner – to experienced boat builder professionals, and hobbyists. Most courses are just a few weeks in length.