Vocal Education

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Vocational education is the training for specific career or trade, excluding the professions. It focuses on practical application of skills learned which is indifferent with theory or traditional academic skills.Students at vocational education typically receive more hands on career-minded education than students at traditional schools individuals are given the opportunity to explore and identity potential career goals. However, most vocational education recognize the important of general academic studies as well as career preparation and offer fully accredited high school diplomas. Thus, depending on a student’s abilities and interests, a vocational high school can provide several advantages. Vocational training thus provides a link between education and the working world. It is usually provided either at the high school level or in a two years college or in high school. Vocational education focuses on specific training for a career of field. Generally, many vocational high schools provide students with career preparation in health care, computer science, education, business,and, any number of highly specialized trades.Finally, students have the opportunity to gain the knowledge and experience to become carpenters, electricians, machinists, painters, plumbers and other professionals.

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