Definition of pre-vocational in English:


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Given or performed as preparation for vocational training: pre-vocational college-based education
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  • ‘We could easily double the number of apprentices on our books if there were more vocational and pre-vocational training places available,’ he said.
  • Much of the research points to the importance employers attach to personal qualities and basic literacy and numeracy, rather than vocational or pre-vocational skills.
  • Adolescents with physical disabilities can receive pre-vocational assessment and training to help them get a job or post-secondary education.

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