Saturday, November 24, 2007
Finding the Right Vocational Training Program
There are great vocational training programs to get you trained relatively quickly with new in-demand job skills.
Before you select a program, consider an aptitude test to help determine strengths and weaknesses and what type of work environment suits you.
Once you have some ideas, research career education or vocational training programs based on needs. If you know what you want to study, take the assessment anyway to help confirm your career directions.
Once you find an area of interest, consider the following criteria:
-cost and financial aid
-services available such as career placement, job placement or career planning help
-length of program
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