A vocational school has many advantages over a four year traditional academic institution. The greatest advantage with a vocational school is that it offers technical, career oriented training programs along with the high school studies so that one need not waste extra money in learning them after high school. All the programs improve your chances for employment without wasting unnecessary time in studying subjects that don’t interest you. Many vocational schools also provides classes on the evenings and weekends to cater the needs of those who are already in a job but want to increase their skill level. Many programs are available both through regular and distance education mode. Instructors at the vocational schools provide greater attention to students with various disabilities and help them complete study programs without much difficulty.

One can find a variety of programs in various vocational schools of Bennington like applied and creative arts, design, media, fashion, automotive and diesel technology, barbering and cosmetology, bar tending, accounting, administrative, data entry, general office, management, marketing, secretarial, computer courses ,culinary, electronics, health science courses like dental technician, nursing, x-ray technician, fashion designing, legal and paralegal, theology, telecommunications, travel and tourism, casino, veterinary science, interior designing, film and photography, drafting and architecture, counseling and psychology, broadcasting etc.

Brief information regarding a few of the vocational schools located in Bennington will be given in this article. There are many two year colleges, vocational schools, career training institutes located in and around Bennington. Community College of Vermont and Southern Vermont College located in Bennington offers many programs in various trade related subjects. Vermont Technical School Site, Career Development Center Adult, Ellis University, Universal Technical Institute, Branford Hall Career Institute -all offers vocational programs in mechanical and other industrial trade related subjects. One can get a complete list of all vocational schools by the type of programs they offer by searching the internet or contacting the State Education Board of Vermont.