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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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The top five vocational subject areas to study in the last year were healthcare, retail, business, construction and engineering, and vocational qualifications are available in a vast range of subjects reflecting the modern economy.
In 1966, at a national conference for state supervisors of guidance, Hoyt (1967) gave a presentation titled "The Influence of the State Supervisor on the Future of Vocational Guidance." He described three time periods of influence.
Chapters six to eleven of part two of the book provide a detailed description of the various stepwise strategies that mental health agencies can utilize to implement IPS vocational service programs in their particular organization.
Many youth with disabilities leave secondary education with very little training in vocational and career decision making skills, or positive work attitudes that are important for successful transition from school to work or post secondary education.
Vocational qualifications will continue to be viewed as 'inferior' unless the most able and ambitious young people are attracted into vocational education and training.
Once the Perkins Reauthorization (see sidebar) passes in Congress, schools will officially drop vocational education terminology, going with the career and technical education label instead.
Many of these delegates are based in countries that are at the forefront of vocational education and training and recognise the exciting developments that are under way in Wales.
After secondary school, students either choose an academic route toward the university, or a vocational path.
By the 1890s the administration of technical and vocational education entailed rivalry between the Ministry of Public Instruction, whose primary education division housed the higher primary schools (ecoles primaires superieures, or EPS), and the Ministry of Commerce which oversaw the less numerous applied schools of commerce and industry (ecoles pratiques de commerce et d'industrie, or EPCI).
Chabad Vocational Schools' annual buffet dinner for the American friends of Chabad Vocation Schools was held May 21 in the corporate auditorium of U.
When President Woodrow Wilson signed the Smith-Hughes Vocational Education Act into law in 1917, it was the beginning of federal funding for vocational education in the United States.
"We provide anything that helps someone go to work or maintain employment," said Cecile Bentley, assistant administrator for field operations at Oregon's Vocational Rehabilitation Division.