Many educational institutions in Canada offer Vocational Training, institutions such as private and public colleges, institutes, polytechnic schools and schools for applied art and science. These programs are tailored to develop practical and professional skills and to provide necessary knowledge to students as well as to facilitate their job hunting and their career advancement.
Vocational programs include broad range of areas that are vital for society today, areas such as business, accounting, cooking, medicine, beauty care, electronics, mechanics, tourism, design etc. Regarding level of education, these programs are positioned between secondary education and undergraduate studies.
Vocational schools offer different levels of education and qualification, from certificates to diplomas, depending on student’s needs and field of the study. These programs can last from a few months to four years.
Types of Vocational Training programs:
Vocational Training programs’ tuition fees depend on multiple factors: type of the program, duration of the program, school’s reputation etc. In general, tuition fees for vocational programs are lower than tuition fees for undergraduate studies and they usually range from 8.000 to 16.000CAD annually.
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