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Vocational education and training (VET) is understood as all studies and learning aimed at labor insertion, reinsertion and updating,[1] whose main objective is to increase and adapt the knowledge and skills of current and future workers throughout their lives.[2] Currently in most countries it is known as Vocational Education and Training, translation into Spanish of Vocational Education and Training.[3] The modules of which each of the cycles is composed depends on the branch chosen, except for Vocational Training and Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.

The modules of which each of the cycles is made up depend on the chosen branch, except for Training and Work Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Business and Entrepreneurship (which is taken during the second year). Both subjects must be passed in order to obtain the degree.

At the end of the cycle, and having passed all the modules (both first and second year), except for one failed subject (if the faculty so decides), the students will take the Workplace Training (FCT). The duration of this compulsory module will range between 380 and 410 hours, taking place between the months of March and June for those who passed in March, and between September and December for those who failed in March and have to recover in September, or for those who have failed the FCT in the regular period.

vocational education

Vocational education and training (VET) refers to all those studies and apprenticeships aimed at labor insertion, reinsertion and updating,[1] whose main objective is to increase and adapt the knowledge and skills of current and future workers throughout their lives.[2] Currently in most countries it is known as Vocational Education and Training, a translation into Spanish of Vocational Education and Training.[3] The modules of which each of the cycles is made up depend on the branch chosen, except for Vocational Training and Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.

The modules of which each of the cycles is made up depend on the chosen branch, except for Training and Work Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Business and Entrepreneurship (which is taken during the second year). Both subjects must be passed in order to obtain the degree.

At the end of the cycle, and having passed all the modules (both first and second year), except for one failed subject (if the faculty so decides), the students will take the Workplace Training (FCT). The duration of this compulsory module will range between 380 and 410 hours, taking place between the months of March and June for those who passed in March, and between September and December for those who failed in March and have to recover in September, or for those who have failed the FCT in the regular period.

professional training

The training cycles contain in their curriculum various professional modules (subjects) of a theoretical-practical nature (in varying percentages: from some purely theoretical to others totally practical) and are completed with the professional module of Workplace Training (FCT), an internship that takes place in a company for between 300 and 400 hours and which, like the other modules of the training cycle, must be passed in order to obtain the degree.

After completing a Higher Level Training Cycle (CFGS) it is possible to access some university degrees compatible with the subject studied during the cycle, and in some universities it is possible to validate the degree and obtain validation of credits (see Credit (University)).

These cycles are incorporated through the LOMCE in 2013. They are Initial Professional Qualification Programs that present a certain continuity with the previous Social Guarantee Programs. They are aimed at students who have not previously completed Compulsory Secondary Education.

professional training madrid

Vocational education and training (VET) is understood as all those studies and apprenticeships aimed at labor insertion, reinsertion and updating,[1] whose main objective is to increase and adapt the knowledge and skills of current and future workers throughout their lives.[2] Currently in most countries it is known as Vocational Education and Training, a translation into Spanish of Vocational Education and Training.[3] The modules of which each of the cycles is made up depend on the branch chosen, except for Vocational Training and Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship.

The modules of which each of the cycles is made up depend on the chosen branch, except for Training and Work Orientation (which is taken during the first year of the cycle) and Business and Entrepreneurship (which is taken during the second year). Both subjects must be passed in order to obtain the degree.

At the end of the cycle, and having passed all the modules (both first and second year), except for one failed subject (if the faculty so decides), the students will take the Workplace Training (FCT). The duration of this compulsory module will range between 380 and 410 hours, taking place between the months of March and June for those who passed in March, and between September and December for those who failed in March and have to recover in September, or for those who have failed the FCT in the regular period.

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