Construction glossary term

Trade School

A trade school, also known as a vocational or technical school, is a specialized educational institution that primarily focuses on equipping students with the practical skills, knowledge, and hands-on training required to excel in various professional trades. These institutions typically offer career-specific programs and certifications in fields such as plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and construction, among others. Trade schools cater to individuals who prefer to pursue practical, job-oriented training over a traditional four-year college degree.

Trade schools often facilitate experiential learning by allowing students to gain practical and real-world experience through internships, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training. This approach fosters technical proficiency and enhances employability, often resulting in accelerated entry into the workforce.

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