Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques - Salary and Career
Professors of Vocational Education

Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They teach young people and adults theoretical and practical knowledge of a professional area, plan teaching work, evaluate learning and teaching, carry out research on changes in their teaching field to transform this knowledge into classes and laboratory situations. They develop teaching resources, produce written and graphic records, work with hygiene and safety and promote environmental education. They can carry out technical and advisory work. In the exercise of activities they mobilize a set of communicative skills.

How much does an Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques earn

A Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques earns between $1.118 and $5.447 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.072 and a median salary of $1.450 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 203 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.072 24.862 518 13
1º Quartile 1.118 13.417 280 7
Median Salary 1.450 17.400 363 9
3º Quartile 4.154 49.846 1.038 26
Higher Salary 5.447 65.359 1.362 34

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • teaching professionals
      • professors and instructors of vocational education
        • professors of vocational education

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Main workplaces

Professors of Vocational Education they work in schools, professional education institutions and other teaching entities, of a private and public nature, in unions, NGOs, etc., as statutory or salaried employees, with registration in the portfolio. They act as professors in several professional areas of industry, commerce, agriculture and services. They develop their activities as a team, under supervision, usually during the day.

What does it take to work in the field of Professors of Vocational Education

For the exercise of occupations, higher education is required, with a specific degree in the professional area of dedication.

Functions and activities of Professor of commercial and secretarial techniques

Professors of Vocational Education must:

  • promote environmental education;
  • perform technical, advisory and dissemination works;
  • perform technical, advisory and publicity works;
  • produce written and graphic records;
  • produce written records and graphics;
  • developing teaching resources;
  • planning teaching work;
  • communicate;
  • evaluate learning and teaching;
  • work with hygiene and safety;
  • working with hygiene and safety;
  • search;
  • perform technical, advisory and publicity work;
  • teach;
  • working with hygiene and safety;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • plan the teaching work;
  • develop teaching resources;
  • produce written and graphical records;
  • planning the teaching work;
  • research;
  • demonstrate personal competences;
  • developing didactic resources;
  • develop didactic resources;

  • Activities

    • guide the reading and interpretation of texts, diagrams, graphics, standards;
    • explain concepts and principles;
    • perform certification and qualification;
    • operationalize exchange with diverse professionals to complement the teaching process;
    • define the desired professional profile;
    • propose the acquisition of safety equipment;
    • display diagrams and explanatory panels;
    • monitor the development of internship activities;
    • coordinate selection processes;
    • advise students on the harmfulness of waste production;
    • diagnose the demand input profile;
    • inspect equipment and facilities;
    • provide lectures and conferences;
    • provide the development of specific skills through a relevant technological base;
    • preparing the lessons;
    • record occurrences of different natures;
    • perform theoretical-practical demonstrations;
    • stimulate the development of basic activities, such as abstraction and communication;
    • complete records and control of equipment and materials;
    • developing educational applications;
    • guide students in the development of technical projects;
    • continuously integrate theory and practice;
    • demonstrate ability to change;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • elaborate printed didactic material;
    • implement technical guidelines for the community;
    • fill in stage sheets;
    • developing mechanical, electronic, it, agricultural, material and other resources;
    • stimulate the development of management skills;
    • operationalize exchanges with different professionals to complement the teaching process;
    • elaborate questions and inquiries in your area of knowledge;
    • apply assessment instruments;
    • use methodologies and strategies for mediation of learning;
    • learn about new materials with a view to preserving the environment;
    • define learning mediation methodologies;
    • generate products and projects;
    • advise the institution itself;
    • advise students about the harmfulness of waste production;
    • developing audiovisual resources;
    • guide students on the correct use of chemical products;
    • demonstrate motivation;
    • intern in institutions;
    • guide students on different study methods;
    • teach theoretical-practical classes;
    • define activities and schedule;
    • perform partnerships;
    • participating in course planning;
    • perform diagnostic evaluation of students;
    • analyze and solve problems;
    • select content;
    • participate in various types of committees;
    • fill in stage sheets;
    • adopt different strategies, methods, procedures for mediation of learning;
    • technically advise institutions;
    • communicate information about students and the school to parents;
    • correct tests for selection processes;
    • participate in internal competition boards;
    • stimulate values of solidarity, collective coexistence, citizenship and respect for diversity;
    • observe the evolution of changes in technical and safety standards;
    • consult different sources of information;
    • guide for the classification and disposal of garbage;
    • prepare the lessons;
    • participate in study and research groups;
    • produce technical reports;
    • complete material services requisition;
    • exercise cooperative leadership;
    • preparing the lessons;
    • guide students to search for specific information;
    • represent the professional category in unions, orders, councils;
    • diagnosing the demand input profile;
    • planning interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity;
    • work as a team;
    • participate in cultural and leisure activities;
    • participate in course planning;
    • stimulate analytical, hypothetical, deductive and inductive reasoning;
    • opinion on the reformulation of safety, hygiene and biosafety standards;
    • design tests for selection processes;
    • stimulate the development of basic activities such as abstraction and communication;
    • interpreting surveys on labor market needs;
    • foster environmental preservation actions;
    • demonstrate professional ethics;
    • recommend the correct use of safety equipment;
    • adapt laboratory equipment and utensils;
    • demonstrate intellectual curiosity;
    • planning the maintenance of equipment and facilities;
    • forward records to the relevant authorities;
    • integrate various types of committees;
    • ensure interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinary through contextualization;
    • organizing laboratories, workshops, junior enterprises;
    • perform coordination and management activities;
    • guide students in the handling of equipment, according to technical procedures;
    • putting safety, hygiene and biosafety standards into practice;
    • stimulate the pursuit of knowledge;
    • suggest the acquisition of publications for the bibliographic collection;
    • compose assessment instruments;
    • stimulate autonomous learning through the construction and socialization of knowledge;
    • recommend the correct handling of materials and equipment;
    • educate students about the social costs of waste;
    • using learning mediation methodologies and strategies;
    • perform technical consultancy;
    • demonstrate information management ability;
    • interpreting research on labor market needs;
    • preparing lessons;
    • perform surveys;
    • forward proposals to the institution and external bodies;
    • promote in students awareness of the importance of the ecosystem;
    • monitor the development of learning;
    • participate in cultural exchanges;
    • disclose school work;
    • guide students about different study methods;
    • stimulate the application of knowledge to problem situations;
    • request students to apply the developed contents;
    • disclose work proposals and agreements;
    • disclose work in the professional area;
    • participating in the planning of timetables and school calendar;
    • forward students to professional internships;
    • educate students on the correct use of chemical products;
    • respect differences and diversities;
    • perform tests, trials, laboratory analyses;
    • institute exchanges with other professionals and institutions;
    • produce reports;
    • apply tests in selection process;
    • evaluate internship reports;
    • write the teaching plan;
    • research on the specific area of knowledge and other related areas;
    • technically advise the community;
    • participating in the elaboration of the school's pedagogical political project;
    • complete class journals;
    • operationalize exchanges with diverse professionals to complement the teaching process;
    • perform learning recovery activities;
    • stimulate the ability to critically participate in change processes;
    • sensitizing teachers, students and staff to the importance of hygiene and safety;
    • participate in professional events, courses, agreements, workshops, symposia, fairs;
    • participate in boards;
    • evaluate student performance in internships;
    • analyze technical specifications of equipment for purchase;
    • guide students on the handling of risk agents to the environment;
    • select didactic and bibliographic material;
    • operational exchange with different professionals to complement the teaching process;
    • deliver training and extension courses;
    • guide research projects;
    • learn about basic notions to help and refer work accidents in your area;
    • continuously contextualize the contents;
    • collect subsidies for professional technical improvement;
    • guide students to different research and problem solving methods;

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