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Why Choose Vocational Education over Degree Programs

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John Dewey, an American educational reformer, once said ‘Education is not preparation for life, education is life itself’. With these words, he not just emphasized the importance of education in life but also highlighted the fact that education is an ongoing process of learning that continues throughout a person’s life. In today’s dynamic business environment, education has assumed a very important role that helps people fulfill all their dreams and aspirations.

In line with the changing industry requirements, the education sector has seen major reforms all over the world. The growing popularity of vocational education and training is one of the factors that reflect educational reforms that have taken place in the recent years. Vocational education in itself is not new and has existed for past many years now. However, in recent times, it has gained huge popularity and has been accepted as an excellent alternative to formal degree courses offered by traditional colleges. Courses in logistics, drafting and design, AutoCAD, resident care, hotel management training and other courses have gained tremendous popularity in Canada as well as other parts of the world.

So, what are the factors that motivate people to choose a vocational training over formal degree programs? The biggest drawback of regular degree courses is that they fail to impart industry-specific skills that are required to excel in a particular industry. Vocational courses, on the other hand, help people acquire professional skills that are needed in the workplace. With a targeted and focused approach, vocational education prepares students to face industry challenges in a more confident manner. Moreover, these courses provide an opportunity to those who’re already working in a specific industry to develop and hone their skills that will aid in career growth.

Those who wish to build a career in the construction industry can opt for a wide variety of construction courses offered by numerous reputed colleges. Courses in Revit architecture, civil design, and drafting may prove to be immensely helpful. Similarly, there are numerous options available to those who wish to build a career in hospitality, healthcare, or the IT industries. With countless reputed colleges offering reliable courses, there is no dearth of choices for motivated students.

The underpinning knowledge and industry-specific skills provided by a reputed vocational college will go a long way when it comes to career growth. With proven advantages of vocational education and training, more and more countries are developing the infrastructure to provide top-quality vocational training to its youth. Offering the best learning environment and a wide range of courses that include courses in healthcare, hotel management, logistics, construction etc., vocational colleges aim to meet the growing demand for vocational education in all parts of the world.

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