If you want to earn a living, get vocational education and acquire important skills. In vocational education, you can learn useful skills that are very in-demand in our society. Take some time to read this topic so that you will have an idea why vocational education is sometimes the best options for your career.
Would you spend four or more years in college just to have a college diploma? Or will you get vocational education in two years and start your own business later.
Vocational Education Advantage
The advantage of vocational education is that a student will only spend few years in school. The students will learn useful and in-demand skills locally and internationally. The skills that students will acquire are as follows;
- Cooking and Baking
- Technical Drafting
- Computer Hardware Servicing
- Cellphone Repair
- Electrical Installation
A student can start making money after he finished his vocational education. Through his vocational skills, he can earn a living by simply selling services to other people. Say for example, if you are knowledgeable and skillful on how to repair a car, you can start your own “car repair shop”.
If you learned caregiving, you can abroad and practice your skills especially in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Italy.
Many people, instead of getting 4-year course, they are getting vocational education. After they studied 2-year course, they will apply for a work abroad. And most of them luckily got a good and financial rewarding job.
Why Vocational Education?
Vocational education only requires few budget compare to a college four year course. You will only spend few money because you will study vocational education in 2 years.
Aside from educational funds (budget), the good thing about vocational education is that it can prepare a student to become an entrepreneur. Imagine if you know how to cook and bake. All you need to do is to start a small business like bakery or a mini-restaurant to consider yourself as an entrepreneur. It will become easy for you to set up a bakery since you are now familiar with the equipment used, materials and other things needed when making and selling breads or cakes.
What about you? Do you still vocational education or you still prefer to study four year course? Share your idea and opinion in the comment box.