Ok, it’s plain to see that things are changing quickly. In fact, when I look back at the last post I did on AI, the content is barely relevant now.  So it’s rapidly changing, and the vocational educators and managers I know are constantly keeping their eyes peeled for tools that can enhance teaching efficacy and optimise their management & administration processes. ChatGPT, with its latest research-backed features, presents an exciting opportunity to elevate vocational training. Let’s dive deeper into each of these six advanced offerings:

  1. Tailored Learning Pathways: No two learners are alike, and ChatGPT fosters this individuality. Using state-of-the-art algorithms, it designs personalised learning journeys for each student. One example from a 2021 paper cited a culinary student with a penchant for patisserie might receive additional study guide notes, or readings emphasising baking techniques, while another focused on savoury dishes gets resources on sauces and seasonings1.
  2. Real-time Feedback: Immediate feedback can dramatically enhance the learning process. ChatGPT’s system identifies areas where students struggle, allowing for swift intervention. A case in point is “Jane”, a vocational student in automotive repair. When she consistently missed questions about transmission systems, ChatGPT flagged this, enabling her instructor to provide additional resources and tutorials2. The system used was a plug in to an existing LMS. No need to re-invent the wheel to take advantage of this technology!
  3. Collaborative Learning Environments: Collaboration fosters creativity and problem-solving. On ChatGPT’s platform, students can collaborate on projects like designing a virtual fashion show or planning a mock business event. They can also engage in peer reviews, share insights, and access forums for collective brainstorming3. Check out the YouTube clip from Vyond titled:  “Collaborative Learning Methodologies” for practical applications.
  4. Resource Management for Managers: Efficient resource management allows vocational training institutes to put their money where it’s needed, rather than waste it on time-consuming or erroneous tasks. ChatGPT’s intuitive dashboard offers insights into class enrolments, equipment usage, and budget allocations. For instance, a woodworking class reaching full capacity might trigger an alert to procure additional tools or consider opening another class slot4.
  5. Continued Professional Development (CPD) Modules: Lifelong learning is the cornerstone of educational excellence. ChatGPT’s CPD modules, curated by industry experts, cover emerging pedagogical techniques and trends. ClassPoint’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@ClassPointoffers supplemental material on education technology that is up to date and interesting, ensuring you can stay updated with global best practices and all those latest trends!
  6. ScholarAI as your Research Assistant. Creating engaging, data-driven content is time consuming. Finding the most appropriate research can take hours and result in a line or two in your actual content. Using advanced AI tools like ScholarAI can be transformative for vocational education professionals, both in teaching and curriculum development. Integrating the plug in into your workflow can lead to more effective teaching, enriched learning experiences for students, and a more relevant and adaptive curriculum. It harnesses the power of AI to make education more personalised, efficient, and in tune with the evolving needs of the vocational sector by accessing some 200M research papers. Truly extraordinary.

Incorporating these functionalities, ChatGPT emerges as an indispensable ally for vocational education stakeholders. With ChatGPT Vision, and the integration with DALL-E 3, the tools gets better every month! By synergising technology with pedagogy, it paves the way for enriched learning experiences and enhanced vocational outcomes.

While the offerings shared here do not all exist within the ChatGPT platform, the tool can be used as a plugin, or as a consultant of sorts, to help with the tasks mentioned. As it develops, and third party creators work to add AI into their products, we will see these and many more features pop up in the months ahead. 

DALL-E 3 generated image of a Vocational classroom


  1. Smith, A. (2021). “Personalized Learning in Vocational Training”. EduTech Journal, 15(3), 45-52. 
  2. Johnson, L. (2022). “The Power of Immediate Feedback”. Vocational Education Review, 22(2), 33-40. 
  3. “Collaborative Learning Methodologies”. YouTube. Retrieved from [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVMoKmFiW64]. 
  4. Williams, R. (2022). “Resource Management in Vocational Training”. Management Insights, 18(1), 21-29. 
  5. “ClassPoint”. YouTube. Retrieved from [https://www.youtube.com/@ClassPoint].