prevocational

[pree-voh-key-shuh-nl]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or constituting preliminary vocational training.

Origin:
1910–15; pre- + vocational

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Results indicate no difference between the two groups' self-esteem following participation in a prevocational program.
Excludes any service that falls under the definition of daily living skills training, prevocational services, or respite care.
These include individual supported employment, group supported employment, and prevocational services.
Prevocational services can be provided at either a regular or intensive level.
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