- of a vocation, trade, occupation, etc.
- designating or of education, training, a school, etc. intended to prepare one for an occupation, sometimes specif. in a trade
- Skills needed to get a job are examples of vocational skills.
- Classes tailored at teaching specific work-skills are examples of vocational classes.
The definition of vocational is something related to employment or work.
- Of or relating to a vocation or vocations: vocational counseling.
- Relating to, providing, or undergoing training in a special skill to be pursued in a trade: vocational students learning to operate a lathe.
vocation +"Ž -al
- The course curriculum has always offered contemporary, vocational subjects relevant to the needs of the Gaidhealtachd and the wider Gaelic community.
- In addition to general topics, most online universities offer specialized certificate programs, associate's degrees, or vocational courses designed to train students in specific occupations.
- The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a widely used personality inventory, or test, employed in vocational, educational, and psychotherapy settings to evaluate personality type in adolescents and adults age 14 and older.
- If you are still experiencing medical problems and you are not able to go back to the same type of work you did before, you may want to check with your state's Department of Vocational Rehabilitation services.
- For example, difficulties can develop in mastering basic functional skills (such as talking, walking, or toileting), in learning academic skills and concepts, or in making social and vocational adjustments.