Q: What are tuition and costs?
A: The price of tuition will vary by vocational training program. The prices of the individual programs are listed in the “Program” section of the website.
Q: How do I apply for admission?
A: The admissions process may either be conducted at the school or you can simply click on the “Enroll Now” button located in the upper right-hand corner of your computer screen. An enrollment form will appear. Complete all of the available fields, review your finished form for accuracy and then click “Submit”. A member of our admissions department will contact you within a couple of days to discuss your application. It’s that easy!
Q: Do you accept international students?
A: Yes, however each student’s previous educational training records will be reviewed before an official admission decision can be made.
Q: Is your school accredited?
A: The MT Training Center is accredited by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges division and is accredited through the Council on Occupational Education. To see a complete listing of our accreditations, click on the “Accreditation” button located on the home bar.
Q: Will you help me find employment after graduation?
A: Yes, job placement assistance is available to all graduates and non-graduate completers. In fact, we take so much pride in our high placement rates that we made it one of our credos: We Work Hard to Get You Working! That being said, we cannot guarantee post-graduate employment . The Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges division does not permit our school or any other similarly accredited schools to guarantee employment.
Q: What is the length of your training programs?
A: The length of each vocational training program varies by program.
Q: What are your hours of operation?
A: The MT Training Center offers business hours from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
Q: Do you offer financial aid?
A: The MT Training Center has several funding options. Tuition assistance is available for all non-federally approved programs (for those who qualify) and financial aid is available for federally approved programs (for those who qualify). Our school’s admission representative will be happy to schedule an appointment with you to discuss individualized funding options.
Q: Do you accept previously incarcerated individuals for enrollment?
A: Yes, we do. In fact, we have educated and placed many previously incarcerated persons. However; please keep in mind, when selecting your career path, the type of felony for which you were convicted may limit your employment opportunities in a particular field. We would be happy to make recommendations to you based upon previous similar cases.
Q: Do I need a high school diploma or GED in order to enroll in a vocational training program?
A: No, you do not need a high school diploma or GED in order to enroll. However, an enrolling student must be able to pass an ability to benefit (ATB) test in order to gain admission into the MT Training Center.
Q: Do I need to schedule a tour or can I just drop by?
A: You are more than welcome to drop in for a campus tour or you can also click on the “Schedule a Tour” tab on our homepage to in order to schedule a campus tour.
Q: When can I begin my training at the MT Training Center?
A: The MT Training Center offers open enrollment. You can begin school the Monday after you have been officially admitted into the School.
Q: Do you offer tutoring services for students that struggle?
A: Yes, we offer all of our students additional tutoring when necessary.
Q: When I graduate from your CDL Training Program will I be forced to sign a Post-Graduate Contract?
A: No. The MT Training Center does not require a Post-Graduate Contract for any of our training programs. You are free to sign with the company of your choosing. For additional information regarding post-graduate contracts, click here.
Q: What are your current program offerings?
A: MT Training Center currently offers the following programs: CNC Machinist, Combination Welding, Truck Driving, Computerized Accounting, Medical Front Office, Business Office Specialist, Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Transcription, English as a Second Language, and GED classes.
Q: Are all of your programs eligible for Federal Student Aid?
A: No. Currently, the programs that are eligible for Fedaral Student Aid would be: Computer Numerical Control Machinist, Combination Welding, Computerized Accounting, and Advanced CDL. The 4-week CDL Program has financial assistance available for those who qualify.
Q: How often do you start classes?
A: MT Training Center start classes on every first and third Monday of each month.
Q: Where is the MT Training Center located?
A: MT Training Center is located at 1801 S. Great Southwest Parkway, Grand Prairie, Texas 75051. MTTC is conveniently located in the heart of the Dallas / Fort Worth area.
Q: Which counties do you serve?
A: The MT Training Center is eligible to serve all counties in Texas. Our main areas include, but are not limited to: Dallas County, Tarrant County, Wise County, Denton County, Collin County, Hunt County, Kaufman County, Ellis County, Johnson County, Hood County, and Parker County.