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Education and Training

Education is the process of exchanging systematic instruction, gaining knowledge, skill, and development from studying at an institution. Education tends to be more theoretical than practical, thereby allowing students to develop a deeper understanding of a broad range of topics.

Training is the process of teaching a specific skill that one requires in order to perform a particular job or activity. Training often takes place in classroom settings but can also include field words, depending on the occupation being trained for. The purpose of training is to enhance the performance, productivity, and direction of employees. Training courses usually have a much shorter duration than a proper education.

Education and Training will cover a series of major educational topics like sociology, anthropology, psychology, political science, economics, and counselling. This discipline offers courses that help students develop certain skills that will be beneficial for their future employment roles. This discipline covers topics like teaching, learning, and behaviour management in the learning environment, action research, curriculum development, independent study, education policies, educational psychology, and reflective professional practice skills.

The discipline allows students to be a part of a whole learning process. Individuals will learn new techniques related to information sharing and transfer, within and outside the classroom while teaching a class of students. Graduates with an Education and Training degree will have a good understanding of human behaviour and the development of society. Individuals enrolling for a course in education and training are prepared to identify students needs, adapt to the overall needs of students, and overcome any kind of response from students. Students pursuing this discipline can expect to attain a clear understanding of their capabilities as well as others. The discipline will help potential teachers make the best out of their students academic purpose.


Universities offer the education and training discipline at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels.

Interested students can pursue the following degrees that include this course:

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Education
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Early Childhood Education
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Special Education
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Educational Science
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Human Resource Management and Training


Education and Training courses offer several fields of specialisations that students can choose from. This will open up a more specific and focused direction for students and enable them be a part of something relevant to their intentions and capability. The specialisations for this course include.



    Administration and Management of education
    Advanced curriculum theory
    Policy, planning, and financing of Education
    Issues, planning, and policies of Elementary education
    Academic leadership
    Inclusive education
    Educational technology
    Contemporary concerns in Elementary education
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    Educational administration
    Value education
    Science education
    Social science education
    Gender studies
    Digital pedagogy
    Online learning
    Blended learning strategies
    Instructional design
    Technical implementation
    Learning management systems
    Online assessment
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    Digitally connected classroom practice
    Data analytics
    Learning science
    Mobile technology for learning
    Academic and professional skills
    Special education research
    Principles of inclusion
    Social justice
    Special learning needs
    Special education policy
    Communication and collaboration


Education and Training offers a lot of employment opportunities and career options to students. They can find jobs at educational institutes, museums, sports clubs/organisations, art galleries, and government offices. An education and training degree in hand will enable individuals to hold the position of a human resource manager in a social service institute, depending on the specialisation chosen by the student. The following list shows a few types of possible careers for a student pursuing a course in education and training:

Education Welfare Officer
Educational Psychologist
Head Teacher
Learning Mentor
Nursery Manager
Nursery Worker
School / University Board inspector
Primary School Teacher
Secondary School Teacher
Special Educational Needs Teacher
Teaching Assistant
Policy Maker
Teaching Laboratory Technician



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