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Is A Career Change Your New Year’s Resolution?

Jenna Meyerson 03/02/2020

 

At times, many of us find ourselves in an unfulfilling career, but the thought of changing jobs sounds intimidating and scary. So we end up delaying the change for as long as possible because it can be daunting to go into the unknown all alone.

Changing careers requires you to have a certain experience and skill set, or at least some working knowledge of your new career path. Even if you know your unique calling, you might lack the experience that a potential employer wants.

But despite all the financial and psychological hurdles, many people brave the winds of change to find more fulfilling careers – and they are much better off for it.

Even research shows that people will have several paths during their careers – millennials, for instance, expect to stay in jobs for less than three years and change professions as their perceptions about their dream careers change.

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Health And Safety 101: 5 Approaches To Gain Knowledge For Work

Jenna Meyerson 15/01/2020

 

Australia has the safest workplaces in the world, and it’s commendable that local businesses are committed to building even safer offices and factories because their conviction is paying off.

While the number of Australians killed at work has been declining steadily over the last decade, we can’t afford to be complacent just yet. Recent statistics show that 107,335 workers’ compensation claims were made in 2017-18, while the median compensation paid for each claim was AU$12,100.

23% of the claims were due to slips, trips and falls due to an absence of proper instructions regarding workplace health and safety – and 16% reported injuries were caused by moving objects.

Employers need to raise awareness about health and safety by implementing the right policies and training for the staff. Then it becomes the employees’ job to adhere to these rules to avoid potential safety and health problems.

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Reasons Why Learning Project Management Is Significant

Ligia Chelotti 20/12/2019

Project management is an expansive role where the term can mean a number of things for different businesses and professions. A project manager could be someone who drives change within a business, or a specialist leading his team members to realise their full potential. It could even be someone appointed to improve stakeholder engagement.

As such, there isn’t just a single type of project manager, but different individuals skilled in handling different projects, sectors and even industries. However, regardless of the variations, the fact remains that all projects need a structure for successful deliverable and outcomes.

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Business Administration: 6 Reasons to Learn for Smooth Business Operations

Ligia Chelotti 19/12/2019
 

Business administration is a diverse field of study that can help develop practical and technical skills both professionally and personally. Business touches on almost every aspect of society and a combination of academic background and practical experience can give you a competitive edge in the job market where business administration is in high demand.

Whether you want to pursue video making as a career, want to design buildings or play professional basketball, there’s always a business side to the equation. In fact, any skill set or interest has a business side to it. Every industry needs managers, accountants, marketers, financial analysts, and tech support staff, or administrators in business. 

Studying business administration gives you a definite leg up compared to the competition where applicants don’t have a degree or those who have less marketable credentials. Employers, recruiters, and leaders all recognise the value of good accreditation and will want to have you on board.

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5 Ways to Stay Motivated When Studying Online

Career FAQs 03/07/2019
 

Studying online is the new black. Smartphones and the Internet have taken our lives to a whole new level and have made studying more accessible. As classrooms slowly shift from a physical space to a digital one - making it more convenient, it can also come with its own set of challenges.

Studying online can have a different set of requirement to an on-campus course. Online study is flexible – allowing you to fit study around your life and maintain other commitments like your job; it allows you to go at your own pace and offers you 24/7 access to course materials (seriously, you can study whenever and wherever suits). On the flip side, an online course demands more motivation, self-discipline and better organisation.

Like all things, you have to work to get a good outcome. Follow our online study tips and strategies to help you on your way to success.

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Learn To Maximize Your Career Development Process - MCI Institute

Ligia Chelotti 26/02/2019

It’s not enough to want to advance your career – you have to know exactly what you need to do to get from A to B. To help you fast-track your career development, we advise that you bear the following in mind:

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Don't Get Tripped Up By These Four Roadblocks - MCI Institute

Ligia Chelotti 10/12/2018

If you’ve decided to pursue an online qualification, or are considering studying online, it’s wise to gather as many resources as possible to help you make a success of your endeavour. As studying online grows in popularity, many e-students enrol without preparing for the unique challenges of e-learning. To help you get the most out of your online learning experience, here’s how to conquer some commonly encountered roadblocks:

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Compare Diplomas To Diplomas While Looking For Online Courses - MCI Institute

Jenna Meyerson 15/10/2018

Prospective students usually contact us when they are researching which course to study, or where they should study this course. Very early on in the discussion we encourage our students to make sure that they are comparing Diplomas to Diplomas.

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