This Vocational news page includes headlines, summaries, and article citations about vocational and vocation news from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
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- Laid-off Alaska oil worker goes back to school amid economic turmoil
Frank Dias Jr., an unemployed oil worker, enrolled in NIT vocational
school to gain more skills. He's not alone -- the falling price of oil per barrel has left Alaska's economy in turmoil. ...
CBS News. Friday, 16 Apr 2021.
- Vocational students need support to face 'incredibly tough' jobs market, education expert says
Teenagers studying vocational
subjects need more support to help them face the "incredibly tough" jobs market.
Sky News. Friday, 19 Mar 2021.
- 4 women instructors killed in ambush, Pakistan police say
Suspected militants on motorcycles ambushed a vehicle carrying instructors from a private vocational
school in northwest Pakistan, police said.
CBS News. Monday, 22 Feb 2021.
- CPS launches COVID-19 vaccine sites exclusively for staff
The four locations will be: Chicago Vocational
in Avalon Park, Clark High School in Austin, Clemente High in Ukrainian Village and Roosevelt High in Albany Park.
ABC News. Monday, 15 Feb 2021.
- PICTURED: Empty COVID vaccination centers as NYC health workers says 'we blew it'
Pictures show the Lincoln High School and the George Westinghouse Vocational
High School in Brooklyn were ghost towns last Saturday. One worker said: 'W e just blew it.'
Daily Mail. Sunday, 7 Feb 2021.
- Anger as government scraps GCSE and A-level exams - but allows BTECs to continue
The government is facing anger after it allowed vocational
and technical exams to continue to take place this month - but told GCSE and A-level students they won't be asked to sit exams this summer.
Sky News. Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021.
- Can We Agree On Something? Legislative Reforms To Get Us Back On Track
A few reforms to cut through the partisan rancor that both sides of the aisle can potentially agree on: infrastructure, broadband, public schools, vocational
training, health care, carbon tax, covid short term stimulus.
Forbes. Monday, 16 Nov 2020.
- Despite The Pandemic Germany Needs Immigration, Argues Thinktank Leader
Coronavirus or no, Germany still has plenty of skills shortages, not to mention a tonne of people in vocational
jobs soon to retire.
Forbes. Monday, 26 Oct 2020.
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