Retraining and Study

  • Thinking of volunteering for charity

    People choose to become volunteers for many different reasons. Some may want to “give something back” to an organisation that helped them or a loved one. For some, it’s a chance to become more involved in their local community. Many choose volunteering to make a difference to disadvantaged people’s lives. Volunteering also offers the chance

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    dont like your job

    Dont like your job do something about it

    There’s one in every canteen, the person sitting there saying how rubbish it is to work there, moaning about every policy and calling all the manager useless as if they should be running the multi-national company themselves. If you don’t have one then I’m afraid you are the person! If you are in the situation

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    Boost your CV

    Applying for that dream job is all about selling yourself to your potential employer, and no matter how impressive your qualifications are, you will never get a chance if your CV doesn’t show at a glance exactly what that employer is looking for. Taking the time to look over your CV before you send it

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    training at work

    Doing more training at work

    Training at work Training within the workplace is beneficial to both the employer and the employee. What many employers don’t tend to realise however, is that employees actually want to train more.If you’re working for a company and you’re wondering how to broach the subject, there are a few tips that can help. The key

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    choosing college

    Choosing a college course

    Where do you start? When it comes to choosing a college course there are some key points to remember, the first, and probably most important, pick a course you are actually interested in and are likely to enjoy, don’t pick a course that you think will earn you the most money later on. There is

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    university budgeting

    Help your teen budget at university

    Leaving home for the first time is both an exciting and daunting experience.  Many teens who fly the nest at just 18 years old are going to University or College, and not into full time work.  Money is tight, and learning how to budget effectively is essential to prevent debts mounting. Some teens are more

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