KTC has a wide selection of programs to meet your career needs.  Our long term programs are Open Entry/Open Exit (except for EMS and Practical Nursing) to help you get your career started fast.  Click a link below to get started.


You can find Gainful Employment information on how students completing our majors were successful in finding careers in their field of study here.

  • Assess, estimate, repair, and refinish the body and interior of damaged vehicles
  • Straighten and replace damaged parts using modern welding, sanding, masking, and painting procedures
  • Utilize professional techniques of metal and adhesive repair
Campus: Hugo
  • Diagnose, maintain, and repair a wide range of vehicles
  • Use advanced diagnostics and repair equipment to troubleshoot complex automotive systems
  • Develop critical thinking and math skills while working side-by-side with automotive experts
  • Perform a wide range of responsibilities in a business/technology environment
  • Experience interactive software applications, project simulations and a variety of operational business/technology techniques
  • Create graphics for web pages and design professional web sites using the same hardware and software as professionals
Campus: Idabel
  • Build, upgrade, diagnose and repair computers
  • Work with information technology (IT) specialist to design, install and troubleshoot complex computer network systems
  • Utilize professional help-desk techniques to meet a wide range of client needs
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Campus: Atoka
  • Prepare to work as a drafter, engineer, architect, designer or technician
  • Performance-based computer training designed to help you acquire the skills needed to get a job in this rewarding field
  • Train students with state-of-the-art equipment and technology in two-dimensional and three-dimensional applications
  • Design, stage, and install commercial and residential electrical wiring for power control systems from rough in to finish
  • Use logical thinking and math to interpret blue prints and layout designs
  • Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits for safe and efficient operation
Campuses: Poteau, Talihina
  • Design, fabricate and install many types of HVAC and refrigeration systems
  • Troubleshoot and repair residential and commercial systems
  • Use logical thinking to interpret blueprints, electrical schematics and operational sequence charts
Campuses: McAlester, Poteau, Talihina
  • Use advanced welding techniques to design, engineer, build and troubleshoot complex manufacturing solutions
  • Interpret blueprints and specifications using math and critical thinking
  • Develop the confidence, work ethic and stamina necessary for a career in fabrication
  • Program completers are eligible to take the State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Exam
  • Specialize in either men's or women's hair care, nail technology, facial technology or in any one of more than 50 related occupational areas
  • Available for Adults and High Schools Students
Campuses: Atoka, Idabel, Stigler
  • Become competent in the fundamental skills of the law enforcement profession.
  • Become qualified for further related education and/or entry into the job market.
  • Participate as responsible citizens.
  • Experience a wide range of health careers through practical lab experiences
  • Use professional medical equipment and technology to improve the health care of others
  • Develop professional work ethic, medical skills and patient/client care and confidentiality
  • Create gourmet food, cakes and pastries with artistic presentation
  • Plan, prepare and serve meals for upscale events and casual dining
  • Work with professional chefs
Campuses: Durant, Idabel, Poteau
  • Hands-on, real-world problem-solving approach to learning
  • Develop organizational, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills
  • Learn and apply the design process and acquire strong teamwork and communication proficiency
Campuses: Hugo, Idabel