Archive for the ‘Features’ Category

  • How to Get Started With Digital Marketing

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    November 25th, 2019 2 Comments Features

    There are many good reasons to study digital marketing, from its “future-proof” designation to the fact that you can create your own business around it if you want to work for yourself. It’s a highly useful, increasingly versatile skill which won’t go out of fashion any time soon. Before you begin your formal studies in… Read More

  • 8 Study Tips for Online Students

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    November 22nd, 2019 No Comments Features

    You did it—you’ve officially enrolled in an online course. Now comes the challenge of figuring out how to get everything you can out of it. Thankfully, there are a few surefire, research-backed strategies for success. While you’ll want to ensure first that you’re comfortable navigating the course platform and understand the course details, the actual… Read More

  • Why Community Service Is Good for the Brain

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    October 24th, 2019 No Comments Features

    The health benefits of community service are well-documented. Still, we sometimes need to be reminded how important it is to leave our comfy inner circle and engage with new people. The more we internalize the boons of altruistic behavior, researchers are discovering, the longer we live and the happier we are. Most research on community… Read More

  • Vocational Education and Training: How Is It Taught?

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    September 28th, 2019 4 Comments Features

    Interested in taking a VET course but curious about how they’re taught? We’ve put together some valuable information to help you better understand the VET system and its teaching standards. Take a look as you consider your next move, whether you’re entering a new field or thinking about professional development. How Is Vocational Education Training… Read More

  • 10 Common Questions About Vocational Education and Training

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    September 11th, 2019 1 Comment Features

    Vocational education and training (VET) programs are an essential part of the Australian economy, and an important cornerstone of over 4 million Australians’ careers. Originally launched as a series of state-run apprenticeships and traineeships, the VET system is now fully supported by the Commonwealth and regulated under the Australian Quality Framework. Despite their popularity, VET… Read More