vocationally


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vo·ca·tion·al

 (vō-kā′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a vocation or vocations: vocational counseling.
2. Relating to, providing, or undergoing training in a special skill to be pursued in a trade: vocational students learning to operate a lathe.

vo·ca′tion·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.vocationally - affecting the pursuit of a vocation or occupationvocationally - affecting the pursuit of a vocation or occupation; "vocationally trained"
Translations

vocationally

adv trainberuflich; vocationally orientedberufsorientiert
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The Institute offers vocationally orientated courses with a mix of theoretical and practical modules in audio engineering and production, studio management, music business administration and musical theory.
He lauded the steps being taken on the part of the government for promotion of education in which special focus was being given on technical and vocationally trained manpower.
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