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Going back to study further particularly when you haven’t studied in years can be particularly daunting. Is it worth it?  Can you handle the increased workload? Will it pay off in the long run? Are all questions that I’m sure comes to mind. There are however quite a few gains to be made should you decide to go back to study. These include:

 

  • Gaining confidence
  • Gaining a qualification
  • Gaining from your ‘personal investment’
  • Gaining a better job opportunity
  • Gaining job satisfaction
  • Gaining a more secure future
  • Gaining a better lifestyle
  • Gaining a better income

 

Studying further offers the opportunity to gain new knowledge, expand opportunities into previously unattainable careers, make new friends and learn something new. Who wouldn’t want any of these ‘gains’?

 

If you’d like to go back to study, it’s always important to do as much research as possible before you commitment. Various institutions offer different types of learning methods (such as distance, full time, part time, remote, etc) as well as different payment plans and course structures. If you’ve decided to go back to studying it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Make sure you know what you’re in for and as much as you can before deciding to commit and putting your money down. After the research is done, enjoy and good luck on your new educational adventure!

 

H&H has courses that cover Aged Care, Child Care, Disability Services and Business, from entry level to Diploma.  These courses allow you to prepare for changing your career path to a new industry, or to advance your career with your current employer.  If you’re interested in learning more about our courses please visit our site at www.hnh.org.au or talk to us on  (02) 968 201 00 .