2017 Edition

national industry 611519

Other Technical and Trade Schools

Overview

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering job or career vocational or technical courses (except cosmetology and barber training, aviation and flight training, and apprenticeship training). The curriculums offered by these schools are highly structured and specialized and lead to job- specific certification.

The immediate parent of national industry 611519 is international industry 61151: Technical and Trade Schools

Illustrative Examples

  • Bartending schools
  • Modeling schools
  • Broadcasting schools
  • Real estate schools
  • Computer repair training
  • Truck driving schools
  • Graphic arts schools
  • Specialized military training (except flight instruction, academies, and basic training)

2017 NAICS Edition Cross References

  • Offering courses in office procedures and secretarial and stenographic skills--are classified in Industry 611410, Business and Secretarial Schools;
  • Offering computer training (except computer repair)--are classified in Industry 611420, Computer Training;
  • Offering professional and management development training--are classified in Industry 611430, Professional and Management Development Training;
  • Offering registered nursing training with academic degrees (e.g., associate, baccalaureate)--are classified in Industry 611210, Junior Colleges, or Industry 611310, College, Universities, and Professional Schools;
  • Offering aviation and flight training, including military flight instruction--are classified in U.S. Industry 611512, Flight Training;
  • Operating college level military academies--are classified in Industry 611310, Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools;
  • National security and military basic training (except academies)--are classified in Industry 928110, National Security;
  • Offering cosmetology and barber training--are classified in U.S. Industry 611511, Cosmetology and Barber Schools;
  • Offering academic courses that may also offer technical and trade courses--are classified according to the type of school; and
  • Offering apprenticeship training programs--are classified in U.S. Industry 611513, Apprenticeship Training.

History

The NAICS editions in which this code was present are indicated below. In the event that a code was changed from the prior edition the equivalent value in that edition is provided for reference.

Edition Value
2002 611519 -
2007 611519 -
2012 611519 -
2017 611519 -

Insurance Industry Mappings

The US Property and Casualty Insurance Industry may use the following classification descriptions which might encompass national industry 611519, Other Technical and Trade Schools:

  1. college or school trade or vocational school
  2. consultant information technology
  3. datum processing school
  4. educational service
  5. modeling school
  6. modelling school
  7. other technical and trade school
  8. school
  9. school and educational service not otherwise classified
  10. school commercial
  11. school commercial art
  12. school commercial not otherwise classified
  13. school computer operator and datum processing
  14. school computer repair training
  15. school cooking
  16. school dormitory facility
  17. school dormitory facility nfp
  18. school janitorial operation and custodial care
  19. school medical and dental assistant and technician
  20. school modeling
  21. school nfp
  22. school not otherwise classified
  23. school other than not for profit not otherwise classified
  24. school practical nursing
  25. school professional
  26. school real estate and insurance
  27. school trade
  28. school trade or vocational
  29. special event school level 1
  30. special event school level 2
  31. special event school level 3
  32. technical and trade school
  33. technology consulting staffing and custom programming
  34. therapist inhalation physical etc
  35. trade school or vocational school
  36. vocational school not otherwise classified
  37. vocational school or trade school
  38. vocational training school

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