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a secondary school teaching the skilled trades

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Anyone looking to attend should bring one of the following barter items: an interesting cake recipe, a vegetarian meal recipe, an unusual/interesting tea, anything homemade or handmade, a surprise or an offer to teach a Trade School class themselves.
The College Fair-with representatives from 25+ college, universities and trade schools -will start at 5 p.m.
The main aim of the trade school is to educate skilled and unskilled workers and equip them with the tools for a better life.
Tagum National Trade School artists win Mugna Kadayawan on-the-spot doodling contest
Many school districts are now reexamining this dichotomy, however, as the demand for professionals graduating from various trade school programs is growing, as are the salaries in these fields.
VAS is a catastrophic and day to day claims adjuster trade school in Sedona, Arizona.
Islamabad -- Despite passing a decade the administration of Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) could not launch training courses in Poly Trade Schools of Peshawar and Swat.
The new Worcester trade school was designed with them in mind.
Help for organizing your own Trade School, as well as schedules and links to an existing one in your city can be found on the website at
Cornick, is awarded to a student who plans on attending an accredited trade school or college.
The school's website says, "Med Grow Cannabis College is a medical marijuana trade school dedicated to the education and advocacy of patients and caregivers.
Flexographic Trade School, a narrow web training institution based in Fort Mill, SC, USA, has spawned several other business ventures over the years.
As the local city directory boasted, "There is probably no city in the United States that has a more diversified line of industries." (5) Vocational education in Bridgeport took place at what was named the State Trade School, a state-funded, free vocational high school.
This teacher spent evenings attending a trade school to learn a new occupation.
Tuition at what Hawaii Industry called, "the most comprehensive state run trade school systems in the country," was a mere $50 for the year.