Artemisa, Cuba - Vocational training is a process that encourages students' interests towards different professions. Ariguanabo schools integrate not only institutions, but also the family.
Teachers of preschool and secondary education perform vocational work from their classes. According to the demand, in the Agriculture, Teaching and Technical-Professional sectors, the specialists in charge of this task promote the participation of primary and secondary students in circles of interest.
In addition, the Directorate of Education is linked to centers that support professional guidance, for example, the Pioneer Palace, which combines theory and practice to promote tobacco activity, Handicrafts, Veterinary Medicine, Urban Agriculture, among others.
Other alternatives are used in schools such as: the hiring of non-teaching staff, so that students receive knowledge about the workplace, with theoretical-practical bases.
The Trades School and Technical-Professional Education are more advanced in terms of the vocational training strategy, taking into account the demand of the workforce in the territory. For example, during the current school year the specialties of Agriculture, Accounting, Electronics and Telecommunications and Computer Science were granted.
Vocational visits were also carried out, as well as meetings with workers from various sectors, in order to foster the link between students and workers.
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