Are you considering enrolling at a vocational school? We’re looking at what a first year at one of the Broward Technical Colleges looks like to help you decide if it’s the right fit for you.
To Skip the General Education
A traditional four-year university doesn’t necessarily give you more education than a vocational school just because it’s longer. In a university, you’ll have to take a multitude of general education courses before beginning your degree-focused courses. While this may be beneficial for students who are undecided about their future, this can simply be a waste of time for those who have already decided.
To Learn Job-Related Skills
A vocational school gives you the specialized skills you need for your dream career. Since you are avoiding the time spent taking general education courses, you’ll find you’re spending most of your time getting job-focused instruction during enrollment.
Some programs even include completing hands-on or onsite training too. With the specialized skillset you earn from a vocational school, you’ll likely find it easier to get that dream job after graduation.
To Start Your Career Search
Does it seem too early to be searching for a new career already? It’s not! Learning comes at an accelerated pace at a vocational skill.
In fact, there are a plethora of programs that take only a year to complete at Broward Technical Colleges. We encourage you to start thinking about (and looking for) job opportunities early-on. Your new-career search could be here before you know it!
Want to learn more about Broward Technical Colleges? We encourage you to reach out to our team with any questions or to get started enrolling today. We look forward to speaking with you soon!