Trade School Programs

Franklin Technology Center offers a variety of trade school programs in the healthcare, trade and tech industries.

All graduates will earn a Certificate of Completion.  Check with individual programs for additional certificates, certifications, and licensure. 

Franklin Technology Center assumes full responsibility for all representations made by recruiting personnel and/or other employees in recruiting students on its behalf.  FTC prides itself in providing truthful and accurate information to the best of its ability, and to avoid any false or misleading impressions of the institution, its programs and services ,or employment.


Trade & Tech
Trade School Programs

Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology

The Automotive Technology program helps you obtain the skills you need to succeed in the automotive service industry.


Collision Repair

Collision Repair

Classroom and Lab instructions are effectively coordinated to give the student the skills needed to repair a damaged vehicle as an auto body technician.



Classroom instruction includes lectures and demonstrations, as well as hands-on training, that focuses on a step-by-step process of building and understanding the principles and theories used in HVAC/R industry.



Instruction covers basic technical skills of welding. A combination of classroom lectures with demonstrations and lab instruction that includes practical hands-on exercises to give employable skills to the students.

Trade School Programs

Practical NursingPractical Nursing

Practical Nurses care for the sick, injured, convalescing, and handicapped under the direction of physicians and registered nurses.

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Medical Assistant

This exciting career offers students the opportunity to obtain the training needed to assist physicians both in the clinical (back office) area and in the administrative (front office) setting.

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Respiratory Care

The Respiratory Care program is designed to prepare students to be employed in the hospital, clinic, laboratory, and alternate care settings such as the patient's home.

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Dental Assistant

The Dental Assistant program will offer students the opportunity to obtain the training needed to assist the dentist in providing care for patients.


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Phlebotomy Technician

The Phlebotomy Technician program offers students the skills necessary to become employed as an entry-level Phlebotomy Technician. Students will learn to do blood collections performing venipunctures, and will be set up to take the NCCT certification exam. 


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Certified Nursing Assistant

The CNA program is designed to prepare students to take the Missouri State Board Exam so they can be employed at a long-term care facility. A CNA's primary responsibility is to assist patients with daily activities. 

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