Vocational Education Web Resources
Whether you're new to the job market or looking to enhance your skills, a private vocational or correspondence school can be an excellent starting point for furthering your career. The Federal Trade Commission has information to help you choose your career or vocational school.
This Web site gives you some questions you'll want to ask before enrolling in a career college or technical school. With so many schools to choose from, it's important that you know the kinds of questions to ask before enrolling. One key issue is whether the school is accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or licensed by the state in which it is located.
Vocational-technical education programs and services for youth and adults at the state level.
Prepare students for a highly skilled, technical occupation that allows either direct entry into the workplace as a qualified technician or further education leading to baccalaureate and advanced degrees. Tech Prep is a 4-year sequence of study from the 11th grade through 2 years of postsecondary occupation education culminating in a certificate or associate degree.
A database of Private Postsecondary Vocational Schools in all 50 states. It is organized first by state, then by Training Occupation.