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vocational

of or relating to applied educational courses concerned with skills needed for an occupation, trade, or profession
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He said the cooperation between vocational and non-vocational educational institutes, the creation of a consultative council, empowering and decentralizing vocational institutes were the topics to be discussed during the two-day conference, the first of its kind taking place in the country.
Thus, at the beginning of the 20th century, vocational education was seen as complementary to vocational guidance.
Since the vocational tuition must be paid, the reality of the town administrator's budget is that all of the "increase" will be used for vocational tuitions and the School Department budget will be cut by about $50,000.
8 per cent of all VRQs - both key types of vocational qualification.
Benz and Halpern (1993) described vocational programs and transition planning services needed and received by students with disabilities.
We've transitioned from an almost 100 percent emphasis on shop and vocational studies to a combined program that stresses math, science and communication skills.
The delegates include lecturers, trade union advisers, company managers, all with a passion to enhance vocational education and training within their respective countries.
According to the Spanish Ministry of Education, between the academic years 2000-2001 and 2001-2002, the number of students enrolled in mid-level vocational training in Spain increased by 11 percent, and there was a 15 percent Increase among students enrolled in advanced vocational training The number of students enrolling in online vocational programs also climbed steeply, by 65 percent in intermediate programs and 92 percent in advanced programs.
Less well known is the history of post-primary technical and vocational education, which traditionally has lacked the social prestige of the academic secondary schools (lycees) preparing students for the examination for the baccalaureat required to enter universities.
Chabad Vocational Schools' annual buffet dinner for the American friends of Chabad Vocation Schools was held May 21 in the corporate auditorium of U.
Seventy-five years later, the AVA has become the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), and the programs that were once called vocational are now called career and technical.
We look at a person's strengths, abilities, and capabilities to achieve whatever is their vocational goal," said Rita Martin, deputy director of Indiana's Vocational Rehabilitation Division.