Instruction that focuses on the application of skills and content area information necessary to cope with the problems of daily life, independent living, and vocational areas of interest.
In accordance with s.16, Chapter 94-232, Laws of Florida, the Legislature directed the term, " Career Education," be substituted for, "Vocational Education," in the Florida Statutes.
A progression of activities intended to help students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that make work a meaningful part of life. Career education has four stages: 1) awareness/orientation, 2) exploration, 3) preparation, including vocational education, and 4) job placement/follow-up.
Education designed to prepare students for lifelong learning, work, and careers; career education includes career awareness, exploration, decision-making, and planning; basic academic skills; basic employability skills; and understandings and applications of the meaning, satisfaction, and productivity of paid and unpaid work.
Organization of the curriculum (K-12) so that a student will receive appropriate information and opportunity for training about or in the world of work; does not necessarily imply attendance at an occupational or skill center.
a series of activities intended to help students attain the knowledge and skills to make work a part of their life. The four phases are: awareness/orientation, exploration, preparation, and job placement/follow-up