A vocational school, also known as a trade school or career school, is a type of educational institution that specifically prepares students for a certain trade or career. These schools focus on providing hands-on, practical training, and typically offer programs in fields such as healthcare, technology, mechanics, culinary arts, and many others. The goal of a vocational school is to equip students with the job-specific skills they need to jump right into the workforce upon graduation, often in less time than traditional post-secondary education institutions.
Vocational schools are widespread and varied, each offering unique programs tailored to specific careers. For instance, Le Cordon Bleu is a renowned culinary institute established in Paris, providing aspiring chefs with unmatched cooking and baking skills. Another is Universal Technical Institute which offers specialized programs in automotive, diesel, motorcycle, and...
In this episode, I will be chatting with Kim Tuohy, an Instructional Design and founding Director of Belvista Studios. You don't want to miss this episode of abundance in the way Kim lives her life. Through traveling Australia in a van with solar powered panels to running her own business, she gives great tips on the balance of it all. She seeks to live a life of joy everyday!
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Kim decided that the corporate world was not for her as she wanted to live a life of freedom. She started Belvista Studios and within the first year was able to hire on! She loves what she does as an Instructional Designer and believes in human centered design. She has been traveling through Australia and living a life of abundance. Keep reading to get Kim's unfiltered...
Guest: Rebecca Hogue, Demystifying Instructional Design
In this episode, I'm chatting with Rebecca Hogue a professor of Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She hosts her own podcast, Demystifying Instructional Design. Her varied experience, knowledge of the field and love for students 'aha' moments makes this such a good listen.
Rebecca works as a teacher for the Instructional Design program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She has a varied background in the field of Instructional Design. With first beginning in a small family own consulting business. Then moving towards training, high tech, corporate and higher education. She also hosts her own podcast Demystifying Instructional Design.
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