"I can't believe I learned stick, TIG& Pipe with 6010 and 7018 in 9 weeks & now working for a company like Starcon international in New Lenox IL"
- Jacob Ritchie
Mt. Carroll, IL
Graduated from MITS October 2013
0 out of 5 starsReviewer: Nick Albrecht
"Best decision I've ever made was to enroll in MITS. Changed my life and now I'm working at Industrial Combustion in Monroe WI."
- Nick Albrecht
Graduated from MITS May 2013
Midwest Industrial Trade School strives to provide accessible quality educational programs and services which anticipate and respond to personal and community needs and expectations. These efforts will reflect an active commitment to excellence, to lifelong learning for future generations and cooperation with all segments of the community.
MITS is committed to meeting or exceeding customer needs and expectations through Continuous Quality Improvement of the curriculum offered.
Midwest Industrial Trade School offers numerous skilled trade career technology courses. Well-qualified, experienced and dedicated instructors guide the educational experiences of students in small, personalized classes. Almost all faculty members are specialists in their fields. The Welding Technical course will prepare the student with the opportunity to obtain a skilled trade career as a Maintenance Mechanic or Construction Welder. The Pipe Fitting Technical course will offer the career opportunity as a Construction Pipe Fitter or Residential Plumber.
Career Planning and Placement
The school’s staff offers help in setting educational and career goals, assistance in preparing for a job search and help in finding a job within the selected career field chosen.
Faculty are also available to help students identify concerns, make important educational decisions, adjust to the school atmosphere, and improve personal relationships and set goals for the future.