Expand your mind


You’re never too old to learn something new, so why not learn from the best?

Midlife, Courses


If you want to know more about a specific subject or want to learn something new, attending a course can be a great way to do this. And you have loads of different types of courses to choose from. They can be online, or in-person, self-paced or at scheduled time slots, or a mix of all the above


Why bother?

Courses are all about building your own knowledge base, so its totally up to you how much you invest in yourself – both in time and in money. If you’ve got a burning desire to learn more about a certain subject or develop a new skill, taking a course delivered by an expert in their field can be a great way to do this


What do I need to know?

What do you come away with at the end? Is it important to receive some form of certification, or are you simply doing the course for your own self improvement? It also important to think about how much time you can realistically commit to, and check this matches with the course schedule and deadlines


The bottom line

Its gonna cost you, in both your energy and cold hard cash, so make sure you know what you’re signing yourself up for. Do your homework – ask for testimonials from the course host and talk to other people who’ve completed the course as they’ll give you the best advice on whether it delivers on its promise


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