Vocational Courses

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Differen t types of Vocational Courses


INTRODUCTION Vocational education or vocational education and training (VET) is an education that prepares trainees for jobs or careers at various levels from a trade to a craft or a position in engineering, accounting, nursing, medicine and other healing arts, architecture, pharmacy, law etc. INTRODUCTION


Contents Electrician Plumber Tailor Librarian Beautician Horticulturist Publisher Barber Machinist Insurance Service Provider

1. Electrician :

1. Electrician An electrician or ‘electrical contractor’’ is an individual tradesperson; an electrical contractor is a business that employs electricians to design, install, and maintain electrical systems.

2. Plumber:

2. Plumber A plumber is a tradesperson who specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for potable (drinking) water, sewage, and drainage in plumbing systems. The term dates from ancient times, and is related to the Latin word for lead, "plumbum.

3. Tailor:

3. Tailor A tailor is a person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, especially suits and men's clothing. The term refers to a set of specific hand and machine sewing and pressing techniques that are unique to the construction of traditional jackets.

4. Librarian:

4. Librarian A librarian is a person in charge of a library, and is usually trained in librarianship (known either as library science or library and information science). Traditionally, a librarian is associated with collections of books, as demonstrated by the etymology of the word “librarian”.

5. Beautician:

5. Beautician Beauticians are the beauty professional who provides a variety of beauty services such as hair designing, facial, massage treatment, make-up, wax etc. They also advice to their clients about beauty tips. Beautician provides make up or beauty treatment after beauty analysis of particular clients.

6. Horticulturist:

6. Horticulturist A horticulturist is a person who engages in the scientific study of horticulture or plant cultivation. Some horticulturists work directly with plants in their natural environments while others conduct research in plant laboratories.

7. Publisher:

7. Publisher A publisher is an administrator's assistant; he or she can manage learners, publish new content items and access all content items and reports. Book Publishers are responsible for overseeing the selection, production, marketing and distribution processes involved with new works of writing .

8. Barber:

8. Barber A barber (from the Latin barba , "beard") is someone whose occupation is to cut any type of hair, and to shave or trim the beards of men. The place of work of a barber is generally called a barbershop or a barber's. A barber is a person who practices primarily in the art of men's grooming need .The technical term for barbers is a "tonsorial artist."

9. Machinist:

9. Machinist A machinist is a person who uses machine tools to make or modify parts primarily metal parts. This is accomplished by using machine tools to cut away excess material much as a woodcarver cuts away excess wood to produce his work. The most common materials that machinists make parts from are steel, aluminum, brass, copper, and various alloys of these materials .

10. Insurance Service Provider:

10. Insurance Service Provider Insurance providers come in two types depending on how an insurance policy is purchased. There are agents who sell insurance products and carriers who provide the products. Insurance providers can also consist of the employers as well as federal and state government who provide various health insurance plans to individuals and families .

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