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Vocational Education

Vocational education (education based on occupation or employment) (also known asvocational education and training or VET) is education that prepares people for specific trades, crafts and careers at various levels from a trade, a craft, technician, or a professional position in engineering, accountancy, nursing, medicine, architecture, pharmacy, law etc. Craft vocations are usually based on manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic, related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation...

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Vocational Education and Training Needs Analysis

1. Training methods used to stimulate learning can be classified in three ways, one of which is conferences lectures on-the-job training intelligent tutoring        2. In evaluating training programs, it is important to distinguish _____ from data-collection methods.  organizational payoffs cost-benefit analysis individual participation targets of evaluation 3. The evaluation phase is one phase of the process for effective training to occur. Which of the following is...

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Vocational Education

Vocational Education It is unfortunate that the importance of vocational education has diminished over the past twenty five years. The emphasis that used to be placed on learning a trade that would provide a living has disappeared with the typewriter and slide rule. We are no longer encouraging students to become skilled tradespersons. The vocational mentoring programs of recent past have been supplanted with SAT Prep courses. Where will we find skilled mechanics, plumbers, welders, farmers...

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The History Of Technical Education In T

The history of technical education in this country has been a century old. It all began in 1904 when a Technical School began its operation on Weld Road (now Jalan Raja Chulan) to teach Technical Assistants for the Federated Malay States Departments of Railways, Survey and Public Works. The school was officially known as Treacher Technical School, named after Sir William Treacher, the Resident General during that time. Students followed classed on part-time basis; they worked and trained specifically...

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Volkswagen Quality Management Analysis

Volkswagen group provides vocational training for its employees where employees whose work activities are based on similar technical skills, who need related expertise in order to perform their task, thus lay down the practical and interdisciplinary skills for each task. Employees are encouraged to develop skills throughout their working lives and deepen their knowledge by achieving credentials which is offered by Volkswagen group. Volkswagen group provides dual vocational training where theory and...

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Evaluate solutions to the trade-off between equity and efficiency in China’s economic development

people's immediate interests in fields such as income distribution, education and employment. The problem of the trade-off between equity and efficiency in China’s economy development is extremely complicated. This essay will analyse three solutions to this problem: income distribution system reform; making education equitable, and vocational training for urban and rural workers. Despite certain of potential drawbacks, providing vocational training to rural migrant workers and new members of the workforce...

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Hiring Preference

Preference in Hiring Hospitality Staff Between Bachelor’s Degree and Vocational Course in a Hotel Introduction The hospitality industry is a broad category of fields within the service industry. It comprises a range of businesses which includes lodging, restaurants, event planning, theme parks, transportation, cruise lines, and additional fields within the tourism industry. The term “hospitality” has become accepted over the years as a generic word, which describes the well being of services...

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Historical Factors Of The Late Modern English Period

disadvantages. They have positive and negative impact on education, health and social life. Smart phones have many advantages and disadvantages on education. One of the advantages is enabling the students and teachers to interact with each other anywhere at anytime. In addition, the easy access of Internet is helping students to gain more information and conduct researches. Also, having many applications in one device is making education easier. For example, my 8 years-old brother is using Adnan...

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RESEARCH METHODS

variables for research on people include sex, age, race, education, and income. Commonly used control variables for research on organizations include agency size (number of employees), stability, mission, budget, and region of the country where located. For example, consider the placement rates for three training programs. The independent variable is the type of training, and the dependent variable is the placement rate. Vocational education has a placement rate of 30%; on-the-job training has...

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Visit to Ngo

all categories of disabilities through education, training, employ-ment, community based rehabilitation, integrated education, research, publications, human resource development and other innovative means. WORKING FOR THE BLIND, THE DEAF, THE MENTALLY RETARDED, THE ORTHOPAEDICALLY IMPAIRED, THE MENTALLY ILL, THE MULTIPLY DISABLED, THE AGED. The mission of BPA is comprehensive rehabilitation of people with diverse disabilities through education, vocational training, employment, research, publications...

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