As thousands of South Africans prepare to enrol in distance learning programmes this year, recognising the value of being able to ‘earn while you learn’, an education expert has urged them to ensure they do careful research to find the right institution and right course for their individual needs before parting with their money.
It can be very difficult to know where to start when it comes to writing your CV. It's one of the first things your potential employer sees and it's often where applicants let themselves down the most. let's take a look at how to write the perfect CV.
Do you find yourself trapped by the debilitating and sometimes profound feeling of being stuck in your job because it no longer fits your interests? Perhaps your job no longer feels meaningful to you and you need a way to feel alive again in a new career. So, what do you do?
Would you like to work overseas one day? It is important to find out whether the qualification you are working towards is internationally recognized. This gives you more employment options once you graduate.
Having worked hard throughout the year on your studies, you are left with days just waiting to be filled with summer activities for the holiday season. Instead of lazing around wondering what time to wake up, or if you should even bother waking up at all, take a look at how top students spend their summer holidays.
While it will always be beneficial, a degree won’t necessarily secure you a job anymore. What employers really look for is professionals who can do the jobs they are being hired for. And this is where vocational training can really help you develop your career:
When you hit Grade 10, no one really tells you just how important your subject choices will be when you leave school, just like no one really gives you the low-down on what you need to consider when you choose a college.