Vocational Skills

Image shows a logo representing Career and Vocational SkillsWhen most people think about the word ‘career’, they think ‘paid work’. Vocational education has a broader scope in its approach. It strives to help students become aware of the possibilities for life after school. For some students that might be going onto post-secondary education, for others it might be volunteering, raising a family or maintaining a home. Career and Vocational education skills include:

  • Being aware of personal strengths and interests
  • Developing and reflecting on personal competency
  • Exploring possibilities after graduation related to education, work and personal life

Click on the logo on the right to go to our resources page for Career and Vocational Skills. 

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