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Since opening its doors Midwest Technical Institute (MTI) has provided students with the skills to succeed through a diverse, innovative mix of mechanical trades and allied health programs. By offering comprehensive programs MTI has earned a reputation for excellence in meeting the workforce needs of the communities it serves. Midwest Technical Institute employs knowledgeable, hardworking faculty and staff with years of experience in a number of high-demand industries. Additionally, MTI provides their students a number of cutting-edge facilities, classrooms, workshops, and computer labs to develop their skills and mature into career professionals.

AREAS OF STUDY

Allied Health

Midwest Technical Institute’s Allied Health programs provide hands-on training to students in clinical settings in preparation to gain entry-level employment in the medical industry.

Mechanical Trades

With the recent push for newer, more efficient, greener technologies, students need up-to-date techniques and knowledge in order to compete in the rapidly growing industry. 

Cosmetology

The Cosmetology Program at MTI equips students with the hands-on training and experience to gain employment as cosmetologists, hair stylists, salon managers or small business owners.

CDL Training

Commercial truck drivers are in high demand as the US is currently short 30,000 drivers, a gap that could grow as high as 200,000 over the next decade.

CAMPUS LOCATIONS

Springfield, IL

Located in the state capitol, and largest city in central Illinois, Springfield offers a great environment for business, arts, and government.

East Peoria, IL

Located on the Illinois River the City of Peoria is home to an award-winning athletic complex, fine hotels, dining, riverboat gambling, and many other activities.

Quad Cities - Moline, IL

Rich in history as well as modern convenience Moline offers employment opportunities in the areas of health and wellness and various trade professions.

Springfield, MO

With 92 local parks, a plethora of restaurants and various festivals and art exhibitions it’s no wonder Springfield is nicknamed The Queen City of the Ozarks.

Brownsburg, IN

Due to it’s low crime, strong economy and excellent school system Brownsburg was ranked #1 place to live in Indiana, and #33 in the country according to CNN Money.