Trade school faculty

The Trade school faculty of Philadelphia Technician Training Institute focuses on practical education more than just the classroom so that the students are ready as they move out to the industry. The commitment of our Trade school faculty is thought leadership with a deep understanding of the trade skills while leaving no stone unturned to prepare the best trade skill faculty and infrastructure with current technological advancements.

The approach to pedagogy combines hands-on, Virtual Reality, fieldwork, case studies, classroom sessions and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and practicals.

Trade skill faculty

Philadelphia Technician Training Institute has the best trade school faculty for each of the 7 courses the school focuses on. The key feature of the trade education at the PTTI is that those 6-8 months at school are devoted to the acquisition of advanced trade skills in respective fields – Welding, Manufacturing, Sterile Processing, Steam Sprinkler & Pipe fitting, Concrete & Masonry, Automotive Repair and Drywall & Framing.

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Members of the PTTI trade school faculty are always expected to meet their professional and institutional commitments at the School regularly. These commitments include time spent on self-training, research, student advising, classroom training, practical activities, and various kinds of college or outside professional service on committees and administrative roles. Members of the trade skill faculty are always expected to handle their teaching assignments with professional skills.

Trade school faculty

To know more about or to contact your Trade school faculty member please contact your program manager directly or call us at 215-381-9403 or send an email to info@ptt.edu or chat with us now.