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Vocational Training Courses

Vocational training courses help people acquire new skills or further their knowledge on specific trades across various levels. 

Vocational training courses help people acquire new skills or further their knowledge on specific trades across various levels. It also gives technical or procedural knowledge in a shorter amount of time compared to a regular degree.

 

Vocational education programs are offered in an extensive range of industries. They include computer hardware and software skills, health care, hospitality and food-related fields. A vocational course may also be focused on specific skill such as electrical and automotive repair.

 

Education Post provides an extensive list of vocational training courses in various areas and trades. Use the list below to find the program that you need.

Diploma
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Full Time
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1 Year
This course aims to provide professional knowledge and skills training for those who wish to pursue their careers in the hotel and catering industry.
Diploma
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Full Time
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1 Year
This course aims to prepare students to pursue their career in hotel’s front office department, housekeeping department, and food and beverage department; provide them an understanding of those...
Operated by: St. James Settlement
Granted by: St. James Settlement
Certificate
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Short/Block Courses
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180 Hours
課程訓練使學員能認識社會服務的運作,掌握基礎的活動策劃技巧、活動帶領技巧、撰寫計劃書及報告之技巧。
Operated by: St. James Settlement
Granted by: St. James Settlement
Certificate
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Short/Block Courses
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120 Hours
課程訓練使學員能認識及掌握課餘託管的要求,掌握課餘託管的基本知識及技巧,如帶領小組活動、功課輔導等技巧。
Operated by: St. James Settlement
Granted by: St. James Settlement
Certificate
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Short/Block Courses
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180 hours
讓有關學員了解茶餐廳之特色及要求; 掌握一般茶餐及水吧的製作技巧; 認識樓面及廚務的一般工作及職責。

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