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    Vocational Education in Albany

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    Business Listing   Georgia State Government - Albany State University 504 College Dr- College of Busi - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 430-2749

    Business Listing   Georgia State Government - Darton College- Administration- Campus Facilities-Reservat - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 430-6000

    Business Listing   Georgia State Government - Information- Technical & Adult Education Departmen - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 430-3500

    Business Listing   H & R Block - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 435-6271

    Business Listing   H & R Block - Local Offices - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 432-9111

    Business Listing   Powerhouse Learning Center - Albany, GA - Phone: (229) 439-8424

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    Helpful Definition for: Vocational Education

    Vocational training may be well described by saying that it is more of procedural training. The vocational courses mostly are offered in the secondary, post secondary and higher level of education. It is somewhat related to the apprenticeship mode of learning where the candidate spends time learning the concepts with the help of practical implementation of theories and procedures in day to day assignments and then can start working on his own in his own establishment. There are some major vocational training institutes who are acclaimed for providing quality vocational training to eager candidates.

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