Vocational education programs that prepare students for a specific occupation or cluster of occupations, including agriculture, business, marketing, health care, protective services, trade and industrial, technology, food service, child care, and personal and other services programs. Also called occupationally specific education or specific labor market preparation.
Guide of occupational education
Is 4 years of education enough to become an occupational therapist? I'm a student at UT Martin and I will be goin for 4 years.
Richard F. Meckley has written: 'Planning facilities for occupational education programs' -- subject(s): Vocational education, Planning, School facilities 'Planning facilities for occupational education programmes'
It would take two to three years for the master's degree in occupational therapy. In addition, occupational therapists must attend an academic program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) in order to sit for the national certifying exam.
Income, education, and occupational prestige
Sven I. Brandt has written: 'Vocational training and its relationship within the overall national education system of the Democratic Republic of the Sudan' -- subject(s): Occupational training, Occupational training for women, Vocational education
An occupational therapy assistant will make about $50,000 per year depending on experience and education level. This can increase with location as well.
Suryani Sara Hamdani has written: 'Occupational therapy practice in Ontario schools' -- subject(s): Educational consultants, Occupational therapy for children, Occupational therapy services, Education, Students with disabilities
4 to 8 years
W. Norton Grubb has written: 'Working in the middle' -- subject(s): Cooperative Education, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Education, Education, Labor market, Occupational training, Technical education, Vocational education 'An occupation in harmony' 'From isolation to integration' -- subject(s): Business and education, Cooperative Education, Education, Cooperative, Vocational education 'Edging toward effectiveness' -- subject(s): Vocational education, Finance, College-school cooperation 'Learning to work' -- subject(s): Basic education, Education, Employees, Occupational training, Training of, Vocational education
George R. Forsyth has written: 'Expanding employability in Ontario' -- subject(s): Occupational retraining, Ontario, Retraining, Occupational, Vocational education
Thomas I. Ribich has written: 'Education and poverty' -- subject(s): United States, Occupational training, Education, Economic aspects, Poverty, Economic aspects of Education
Michael R. Olneck has written: 'The effects of education on occupational status and earnings' -- subject(s): Education, Effect of education on, Employment, Income, Men, Wages
Deborah A. Schreiber has written: 'Distance training' -- subject(s): Case studies, Distance education, Telecommunication in education, Occupational training
The average earnings of an occupational therapist assistant in California falls between $30,000 to $60,000. Earnings depend on education history and professional experience.
Alicia Bugarin has written: 'California's job training, employment, and vocational education programs' -- subject(s): Employment, Occupational retraining, Occupational training, Poor, Vocational education, Vocational guidance 'Farmworkers in California' -- subject(s): Agricultural laborers, Statistics
Seymour L. Wolfbein has written: 'Education and training for full employment' -- subject(s): Employees, Occupational retraining, Training of, Vocational education 'Manpower policy: perspectives and prospects' -- subject(s): Manpower policy, Occupational training, United States
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for Occupational Therapists.A master's degree or higher in occupational therapy is the typical minimum requirement for entry into the field. In addition, occupational therapists must attend an academic program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) in order to sit for the national certifying exam.For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section.
Horst-Dieter Hurlebaus has written: 'Rechtsratgeber Berufsbildung' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, Vocational education, Occupational retraining, Employees, Training of, Occupational training
Robert Ellsworth Norton has written: 'Using programmed instruction in occupational education' -- subject(s): Programmed instruction, Vocational education
Margaret Zita has written: 'Directory of adult and community education agencies in Zimbabwe' -- subject(s): Adult education, Directories, Information services, Non-formal education, Occupational training
There is no opposite of school, although there are alternatives (occupational education, tutoring). The opposite of school "time" could be "vacation."
Michael Frearson has written: 'National occupational standards for higher education managers and administrators'
Gene R. Becker has written: 'Wisconsin statewide employment and training regional data profiles' -- subject(s): Occupational retraining, Occupational training, Statistics, Vocational education
Christiane Schiersmann has written: 'Continuing education and training counselling services in a regional frame of reference' -- subject(s): Occupational training, Vocational education