Earning certification not only positions you as a leader in your industry - it’s an investment in yourself and your long-term career.
If you’re still using old tactics that drain you and the hours in your day, then it’s time to look for new methods. In this video, we’ll discuss some of the ways you can work smarter not harder. They’re easy to do and you can start as soon as today.
At Ed4Career, we believe that everything you learn changes you in ways that you would never expect. Lifelong learning is an absolute must in this era of constant change and disruption. It’s from this love for learning that we are partnering with Ed4Training in giving away 1 MILLION FREE professional development course programs!
This Million Course Program Giveaway is open to anyone and everyone that wants to participate. Each program consists of a minimum of at least 5 courses and in many cases up to 15 courses. Participants can enroll in as many programs as they want for only the $10 processing fee. The actual value of the programs ranges from $100 to $300 and you will have access to the course for an entire year from the date of your enrollment.
Individuals of all ages should seek out opportunities for learning to enable them to stay current and informed. Whether for personal or professional development, learning something new offers many benefits, including better mental health. And who doesn’t want that? But finding the time for learning? Sometimes, that’s not easy. For working professionals, after-work hours are at a premium. And for most of us, the idea of fitting one more item into an already jam-packed schedule threatens to put us over the edge.
Who doesn’t want to learn how to improve themselves with tips on motivation, self-control, and productivity? Learning how to better manage yourself and your time is key to living a fulfilling life.
The premise behind "failing forward" is that we should learn from our mistakes and become better because of them. Setbacks shouldn’t hold us back, they should give us the knowledge we need to move forward.
When choosing a career path, it’s important to not only follow your interests, but to consider the education or training needed, potential pay, benefits, room for advancement, and the anticipated future growth of jobs in that field.
Most of the decisions we make each day don’t require much thought. In fact, many decisions are made either unconsciously or very quickly out of habit. But are the quick decisions made from habit what’s best for us? Have we become so complacent in some areas of our lives that we don’t even realize we have a choice anymore?
Online education, when done right, is no easier than education provided in a brick and mortar building. However, to be a successful online learner requires a certain skill set. For some, these skills are innate. For others, they may need to be learned and practiced.