Types Of Vocational Training

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Types Of Vocational Training

Vocational training is part of tertiary training that puts full emphasis on the skills and knowledge required for a particular job function or trade.

It covers a wide range of careers and industries like technology, office work, retail, and hospitality.

Therefore, here are the types of vocational training commonly offered today.

See Also – Understanding Vocational Training – What Is Vocational Training


Types Of Vocational Training

Trade Schools

This is a school that provides education in skilled trades such as plumbing, car repair, and construction.

It provides approximately 3 years of classroom work accompanied by workshop instructions before you seek any job from a potential employer.

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After completing this training, you will obtain a license to freely practice the trade.

Trade schools - car repair class example

Administration Schools

This is a program that is intended to equip and prepare students for such careers as; administrative assistants, medical assistants, office clerks or legal assistants.

This program takes one to two years for you to complete.

Administration school - classroom example

Nursing Schools

Nurses are in high demand in the U.S. and in most parts of the world.

As the population grows bigger and the average lifespan is increasing medical careers are on the rise.

Being a nurse is very demanding yet it’s also very rewarding.

Read here – What does a vocational nurse do?

If money is what you’re after, know that nursing is not an easy profession but salaries are on the rise in recent years.

Nursing schools - nursing class for example

Aesthetic Schools

This is a program that offers creative vocations.

It offers programs such as interior decorations, cosmetology, and hairstyling.

It is a training that takes two to three years of study and does not usually require an apprenticeship after you complete your degree.

Aesthetic school - hairdressing example

Adult Education

Adult Education, also known as continuing education.

It’s a form of vocational training for those adults that are already employed.

Many employed people choose to undergo this training due to such reasons as to be considered for promotion or for career development.

Often, employers choose to pay for their employees to undergo such training so as to keep them motivated and remain competitive in the market.

Internships

This is a form of training for people with the need to get hands-on training from the ultimate source.

It is a vocational training that is intended to give you the desired experience in your field of study hence helps you acquire a position in an industry of your desire.

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There’s also vocational rehabilitation, which is a different aspect of vocational training.

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6 Comments
  1. Avatar for Emmanuel Okon Etuk Emmanuel Okon Etuk

    I need more contents on vocational training program

  2. Avatar for Martino Martino

    thanks for the info

  3. Avatar for Helen Johnson Helen Johnson

    Thanks for the information it’s really helpful

  4. Avatar for Abayomi olofin Abayomi olofin

    Pls find the above subject trade as a vocational student in refrigerator and Air-conditioning.

  5. Avatar for Maggie Allen Maggie Allen

    Thanks so much for sharing these different types of vocational training available for people. It is just so cool that there such specific schools available for people who really know what they want to do. For example, if I had to make a choice, I would definitely go to an administration school. Then, I wouldn’t have to waste two extra years on required general education classes at a college/university!

    1. Avatar for Scott Miller Scott Miller

      Yeah Maggie, defiantly.
      That’s why vocational training has gained more popularity recently and it looks like this is only going to get bigger.

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