What Is Meant by Vocational Course?

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A vocational course is an education programme which is centred on the teaching of a non-academic, manual trade, and such a course will be taught with the aim of teaching the student a specific skill. Vocational courses usually involve the student practising the skills that they will be using in their work. One can take a vocational course in computer technology, health care, beverage management, and so on.
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The ability to work with your mind and your hands and earn a living.
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Part-time programs are offered through state technical education boards or universities who also offer full-time courses. Source(s) http://www.adorweldingacademy.com.
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IT and Computer Science: Networking,
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Hi I don't know for sure but your line of thinking seems right. If it's an advanced course it sounds like you would be expected to have some base knowledge already. why not just ring
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