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27 Cards in this Set

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educational courses that are completed at home at the students own pace
correspondence courses
imagined or pretended
a qualification for a school stating that it has met certain requirerments for study,staff,and facilitys
the types of jobs avalible in the job market
employment structure
a school thats focus on training students related to engineering and physical science
technical school
a certified,experienced,skilled craftsperson who has succesfully completed an apprenticeship
journey worker
a type of occupational training for technical fields that begins in high school and ends with an apprenticship certificate or graduation from a community college
Tech Prep Program
a relationship between an employer and an employee in which a trade is being taught or learned
federally administered employment and training program serving severly disadvantaged young people ages 16-21
job corps
the specific details of a job offer such as working hours,salary,wages,and fringe benifits
conditions of employment
a general equivelncy diploma that states a person has passed all 5 basic skills to equal a high school diploma
a school that is privatly owned and operated for profit
proprietary school
unions for craftsmen
a thank you letter sent to an interviewer following a job interview
Follow Up Letter
a course of studys that satisfies the admissions requirments for a specific professional school as part of the baccalaureate degree
preprofessional programs
to verify or make firm,such as calling back to check an appointment
the largest type of institution of higher learning composed of several undergraduate and graduate colleges for advanced studys
a face-to-face meeting between a job seeker and a potential employer
Job Interview
qualifications;for a job or career
unspoken communication through physical movements,expressions,and gestures
Body Language
a policy of granting admission to all aplicants without regard to GPA,test scores,or class rank
open-admissions policy
to evaluate someone or something,such as a potential employer
a four year degree that is sometimes called a bachelours degree or undergraduate degree
baccalaureate degree
pleasant or agreeable
a wide range of educational training provided by employers for supervised work on the job
On The Job Training
occuring after highschool especially referring to education
post secondary
to be changed or to fit to make with a situation