Non-college degree training includes programs that produce career-specific diploma or professional certifications. Training is designed to advance your skills, especially in relation to your present or future job. Non-college degree programs include training for jobs that are based on manual or practical activities related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation. They do not normally include training for a specific profession.
Examples of non-college degree training are diploma vocational schools such as:
Flight training refers to programs for those who have a private pilot's license and who are looking to learn a specific piloting skill or qualification. Examples of vocational flight training programs include:
Apprenticeship training differs from on-the-job training (OJT) in that it combines OJT with classroom instruction to prepare workers for a job. (6 mo to 2 yrs) Often after completing an apprenticeship you receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship.