In this episode, Susan Teague shares her career journey in learning and development.
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Welcome to Become an IDOL. I'm Dr. Robin Sargent, owner of IDOL courses. This is the place where newbies come to learn and veteran share their knowledge.
I have here with me today, Susan Teague. And I found Susan on well, you guessed it LinkedIn. She made an insightful comment on on one of my posts, and I just knew she'd be a great guest to have. And I'm sure...
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...