they supervised prisoners in vocational activities
(of education or training) Directed at a particular occupation and its skills
specialized vocational courses
of or relating to a vocation or occupation; especially providing or undergoing training in special skills; "vocational school"; "vocational students learning to repair a motor"
A vocation, from the Latin vocare (verb, to call), is a term for an occupation to which a person is specially drawn or for which they are suited, trained or qualified. Though now often used in secular contexts, the meanings of the term originated in Christianity.
of or pertaining to a vocation; that provides a special skill rather than academic knowledge
Pertaining to one's career, occupation, or professional development.
The student has earned at least 3 credits in a single specific labor market preparation field but has less than 12 credits in the core academic course areas. ...
Having to do with employment, a job, or one's career path.
Having to do with skills that will allow a student to be successful in a job or trade. Examples of vocational skills are typing and carpentry.
Pertaining to, providing, or undergoing training in a special skill to be pursued as a trade