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405.717.7799
7:30am - 8:30pm

Enrollment
405.717.4900

Attendance Numbers
Portland - 405.717.4304
Reno - 405.717.4646
Rockwell - 405.717.4206

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Special Notice – Holiday Schedule All Francis Tuttle campuses will be closed Dec. 22 - Dec. 28.
The Reno and Portland campuses will remain closed Dec. 29 – Jan. 4.
Rockwell will re-open Dec. 29, 30 & 31, be closed Jan. 1 & 2, and re-open Jan. 5. Please call 717.4900 (enrollment) or 717.7799 (other assistance) during that time.
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provide long-term, progress-based instruction designed for students seeking career or technical training. High school students attend part-time (tuition-free) while adult students may attend classes in the daytime or evening on a full or part-time basis with more than 40 options from which to choose. Some programs also offer an online option.

Career Training Course Catalog

List of Career Training Programs

High School Viewbook

Online Options

provide quick, short-term training for enhancing career skills, continuing professional education or pursuing personal interests. Courses are offered during the daytime and evening, during the week and weekend for almost every type of schedule, and in many cases can be applied towards a career major.

Browse the Adult & Career Development Catalog (PDF)

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Continuing Education for Real Estate and Insurance Professionals

Online Options

Melrose Construction Trades Program

The Melrose Construction Trades Program provides training for young people on probation, in order to provide skills for the high-growth/high-demand (and economically vital) construction industry.


Project HOPE

Project HOPE is a highly-successful dropout prevention and recovery program that helps high school students obtain their diplomas (as well as professional career skills), preparing them for successful employment or pursuit of further education.


Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH is designed for students with significant disabilities to assist them with a plan to transition from school to employment through innovative workforce and career development. Project SEARCH is a collaborative partnership between Francis Tuttle Technology Center, Mercy Health Center, the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services, and the National Center for Disability Education and Training.


Training Oklahomans to be Productive

TOP helps welfare recipients re-enter the workforce. The program is funded by the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 and various state initiatives.