vocational

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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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Furthermore these hospitals felt MOSS anaesthetists were more likely to make a long-term commitment compared to vocationally registered anaesthetists who often worked on a temporary basis and resulted in constant staff turnover.
I felt called to do this work vocationally, and after graduation, I continued my education at Harvard Divinity School where I am currently studying and working towards ordination.
Applied GCSEs are more vocationally based and are the equivalent of two GCSEs.
Percent of public Percent of juniors high schools and seniors Activity offering paticipating Career tests 93% 56% Vocationally oriented presentations by speakers 87 44 Co-ops, internships, and other exploratory programs 85 23 Jobsite visits 78 22 Job shadowing 74 17 Career days or nights 73 45
Anthony, Cohen, and Danley (1988) described persons with mental illnesses as being vocationally immature because their life experiences and roles have been restricted; such experiences are important in the development of a vocational identity.
Over the past two years Johnson Truck Bodies has been very successful in expanding that position both geographically and vocationally through continued product development and well defined strategic growth initiatives.
Indeed, most of the anti-Taylor sentiment seemed concentrated at SFCC, where the focus is on liberal arts, while his strongest faculty support was at vocationally oriented Spokane Community College.
The report cited a number of instances in which specific aspects of a postsecondary education were associated with higher earnings, stating, "This includes students whose course work was vocationally (as opposed to general education) focused, students with undergraduate majors in computer science, health technology, business and engineering, students who achieved a balance of breadth versus depth of study in their curriculum, and students who attained a cumulative GPA of 3.
The multicultural urban bohemian flavor of this novel--featuring young people all in the early and sometimes chaotic phases of finding their way artistically and vocationally, while also exploring and understanding his or her own personal and sexual identity--suggests to me, as I read it today, a quiet, well-crafted, more personal literary forerunner of the Broadway musical Rent (itself based on the opera La Boheme).
VENTURA - Everett Millais won't have to travel far vocationally or gographically as the newly appointed executive officer of the Local Agency Formation Commission.
Excluding these drawbacks and the occasional dog attack, I am vocationally satisfied.
PFP is a gathering of the most significant and influential people in a student's life, the people who commit to assisting a student to achieve his highest level of independence, personally and vocationally.