Vocational


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Vocational

Relating to an occupation, career, or job.
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The two-day event is aimed at assessing the current status of the vocational education system and floating recommendations to help develop the sector for the country's future economic and occupational needs.
Theorists, researchers, and practitioners have often pioneered the changing trends and resources in the disciplines that compose vocational guidance.
Over the course of the ceremony, Minster of Technical Education and Vocational Training Dr.
The Ministry discussed a number of themes, the foremost of which is the Supreme Council's decision concerning the equality between the AGCC citizens in terms of the technical education, vocational guidance and the vocational skills competition in the AGCC states, as well as, the proposal of Kuwait's Public Authority for Applied Education and Training on the foundation of a Gulf union for the technical education and vocational training.
Although vocational education is provided to West Boylston students in school districts that have no connection with West Boylston Public Schools, the town includes the cost of vocational education tuitions in the School Department budget.
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.
Officials said the expanded vocational offerings, the Diploma Project and other dropout-prevention programs will be funded with $18.
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.
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.