Vermont Trade Schools


List of Schools

Stratford Career Institute

For busy students who want to earn an education on their own schedule, Stratford Career Institute (SCI) has a lot to offer. Specializing in distance learning, enrollment and coursework are totally online. There are a variety of vocational programs that take anywhere from 6 to 12 months to complete. Mail correspondence is available for those who prefer it. Stratford Career Institute offers online distance learning courses in Business, Computer Technology, Counseling, Education, Creative Careers, Legal, Medical, and Vocational Trades.
  • 1 Champlain Cmns., Unit 3, P.O. Box 1560 Saint Albans, VT 05478
  • Automotive, Business, Computer and Information Technology, Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management, Healthcare and Nursing, HVAC and Building Services

Career Outlook in Vermont

Careers on the rise include veterinary services at a rate of 1.9% over the next few years. Health and wellness roles in respiratory care and physical therapy should grow by 1.7% and 1.9%, respectively. Computer and information technology jobs are also increasing at 1.1%, according to the Vermont Department of Labor.

Vermont Employment Opportunities

Vermont trade schools offer online and in-person classes in programs that allow you to pick up skills for jobs that pay well and lead to better opportunities. The average individual income per year in this state is about $31,000 and roughly double that for households, so by completing a trade school program, you can make a good living in the Green Mountain State.

Industry Growth in Vermont

Industries projected to experience employment growth in Vermont are social services, marketing, accounting, and finance. Other job markets with more opportunities on the horizon include healthcare administration and construction.