Why Not Consider Continuing Education To Add to Your Expertise

Why Not Consider Continuing Education To Add to Your Expertise

In today’s uncertain economic times it is vital we all stay up to date with chosen profession or working knowledge of expertise in the industry we work within. With the rise in unemployment in all age groups and significant rise of unemployment in under 25’s, it is now serious cause for concern and important to identify and decide on sustainable education and employment route.

The “Department for Education and Skills” (by the UK’s Government) has confirmed plans to raise the school leaving age in England by 2013, thus young people will be required to stay in either; full-time education or training, including school, college and home education, or work-based learning, such as an Apprenticeships, part-time education, training or volunteering more than 20 hours week.

The new law is called the “Education and Skills Act 2008”. Essentially this may not necessarily mean that pupils have to stay in the classroom or continue with academic lessons however students will have to continue to receive training at certain level until they reach the age of 18.

Why Not Consider Continuing Education To Add to Your Expertise

This might mean student is encouraged to stay at school and do (or complete) their GSCEs and levels, if they have not already done so. Students could improve their skills through taking course in “Foundation Learning” which will benefit them if they decide to go in to further education eventually. Another option for student is to gain some practical experience in subject that interests them by doing “14 to 19 Diploma.” All of these options will be beneficial for future development, educational progression and future employment, as it shows commitment to future employers.

Students can start an apprenticeship and get some on-the-job experience of work and training, whilst some carrying on with part-time study. Many companies are offering the new style “modern apprenticeship” which means student has …

To: Preserve Future History, From: Today

To: Preserve Future History, From: Today

It’s not just about your Planet, or about your country, your country, your city, your community, or your path; it’s about your history and what you will do. The protection of our nation’s history is something that strengthens us in every aspect, large and local. The conservation movement enables us to produce jobs, build increasingly sustainable cities, inspire long-term support and assistance for local residents, but more importantly make it possible to promote deeper understanding of the importance of historic sites that represent culture, heritage, national culture, and evolution so they will continue to exist and grow for future generations.

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What happens when current preservation and their efforts must not only continue our history through the real buildings they saved but also through the next generation of conservationists? The main problem facing the conservation community is reaching new audiences and being able to expand public awareness about the benefits of conservation. Therefore, it is very important to take the necessary steps and make proactive plan for what the future of historic preservation will look like in the years to come. How the next generation of historical preservation is cultivated through education, the right information, and how to take action will have profound impact on world conservation efforts.

To: Preserve Future History, From: Today

In today’s youth, it is increasingly clear that there are disturbing gaps in general, national and local historical knowledge and that there is an inability to understand the relevance of history related to their lives today.

So what do we do, can we educate our young generation so they can protect their history? Can we do it while making them interested? Yes. Yes.

We are leveraging our efforts into programs that offer ongoing opportunities for our young people to learn about this country’s land and the country’s cultural heritage. By engaging authentic …