nonvocational

nonvocational

(ˌnɒnvəʊˈkeɪʃənəl)
adj
(Education) not relating to a particular job or profession
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At a time when there is so much concern about the mismatch between the skills of college graduates and the skills needed to fill current and projected workforce vacancies, why have nonvocational programs experienced the most robust growth among community college credentials?
it would not be surprising if the children of first-generation, unskilled, economic migrants were more likely to choose vocational university majors rather than nonvocational university majors as a result of pressure from their parents to secure better economic conditions.
The implied character curriculum in vocational and nonvocational English classes: Designing social futures for working class students and their teachers.
Self-enrichment teachers instruct courses other than those which normally lead to an occupational objective or degree and can include nonvocational and nonacademic subjects.
Does competitive employment improve nonvocational outcomes for people with severe mental illness?
32) Sartre's understanding of the human person is nonvocational because there is only the demand of the self as judge of the self-creation.
Languages are hit twice, first because they appear nonvocational to provincial managers who work for the state and do not quite understand the significance of languages in a globalizing world and second because they are challenging for monolingual, equally provincial students, who fail language courses more than other courses.
Work and nonvocational domains of functioning in persons with severe mental illness: A longitudinal analysis.
Besides psychometric interest testing and vocational exploration, VE also examines academic skills, learning style, aptitudes, physical abilities, independent living skills, communication skills, work behaviors, active symptoms of disabling conditions, and perception of nonvocational issues.
Among high school students of both genders, forced sex was positively associated with attending a nonvocational school (odds ratios, 1.
WORCESTER - Anyone who read the standings in Tuesday's Telegram & Gazette knows that each of Worcester's four public, nonvocational high school football teams - Doherty, Burncoat, North and South - is 0-4 this fall.
The casualties are likely to be nonvocational and night courses as well as more specialised teaching, which was expensive to provide.