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Vocational teacher

Parent terms: Technical and vocational education, Teacher

(Teacher in VET)1.A person whose function is to impart knowledge or know-how to students or trainees in a vocational school or training centre. 2. The vocational teacher's functions tend to overlap with those of the trainer; the teacher usually works in a school situation and gives both related instruction and some, if not all, of the practical training.
Source: UNEVOC/NCVER 2009, Global
Vocational teachers are those who are primarily responsible for vocational theory.
Source: OECD 2009
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