Site Feedback

Undecided questions
What's the difference

between vocational and non-vocational courses?


Thanks!

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Other

Share:

0 comments

    Please enter between 2 and 2000 characters.

     

    Answers

    Sort by:

    I believe vocational courses have to do with a specific job. In other words, courses that provide skills for a particular specialization. As for non-vocational, well, that's relatively obvious: courses that do not provide anything for skills of a particular trade. If it were up to me guessing the difference, I'd say it's similar to electives outside of a degree (ex: Chinese taken while being a major of a technology degree would be considered non-vocational).

    search google "define: vocational "
    --> directed for a particular employment or skills for example lawyer or plumber.

     

    Vocational courses are ones that relate to a vocation/job/what someone is qualified to do.
    So if you degree is vocational it directly relates to a type of occupation

    Of course, non-vocational courses would relate more to courses which don't necessarily link to a specific occupation. For example: sociology.

    Submit your answer


    Please enter between 2 and 2000 characters.

    If you copy this answer from another italki answer page, please state the URL of where you got your answer from.