You’d probably be absolutely amazed at the wide range of e-learning and online educational courses that are available to everybody today. We are very fortunate to be able to boost our career focused knowledge or in fact completely change career altogether. The basics may well need to be implanted by a formal educatonal establishment, but the enhancement of the course, the way we sit modules in easy to manage chunks, that is always provided by an IT based platform. Fire service administration for example is a really important role and it needs a very dedicated, calm and responsible person to be in that post. The back up received from e-learning makes all the difference. The same goes for accounting – there will always be a need for one to one learning but again the nitty gritty is there online in the modular course resources. E-education is the foundation of many career trainers.
In the grand scheme of things, I am generally known as a quick learner. This however is only apt in a particular number of things. I was amazingly quick on the uptake at school on lessons where the teacher held my attention, made the lesson interesting and relevant. I can count on one hand the number that managed that but for all that, I did come away all those years ago, with a greater sense of learning in a few subjects and this has remained with me all my adult life. We did not have access to 0nline training or education. Everything was blackboard and book stuff. If the tutor bored th pants off me, perhaps delivered the material in a dry and stuffy, unhumourless manner, then they were dead in the water as far as my ability to take it in! I definitely work better now with online courses , especially the multi choice reply type!