Vocational Teaching Degrees

Vocational Teaching programs are designed to prepare individuals to teach their occupational specialty in settings where vocational education is taught, such as technical schools, vocational programs, community colleges, online, and industry-based training centers. Students in these programs usually have a strong background in one or more occupational skills and may even have teaching experience. They learn to effectively teach competency courses in specific skills, particularly to adult student populations. Programs often lead to a bachelor's degree and allow graduates to teach in high schools, trade schools, agricultural colleges, or the armed forces.

There are many types of instructors who already teach their subjects on a full- or part-time basis that may benefit from this type of degree. These include vocational counselors, military trainers, job training instructors, health occupations instructors, public utility educators, fire department instructors, and law enforcement trainers. Most programs require that applicants already have significant teaching experience in their field of expertise.

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