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Education & Training

He who would learn to fly one day must first learn
to stand and walk and run and climb and dance. One cannot fly into flying.
Nietzsche

Learning opens doors to new possibilities in our career and life.

Life-long learning is the catch-phrase of our era. Never before has the workplace seen such heightened demand for educational credentials or such relentless pressure to build skills in order to keep pace. Never before have the options been so many – from university and college programs to Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and free or low-cost online skill-building sites.

This first building block helps you navigate education and training options. Take time to discover what learning interests and excites you, in your way, on your time, and at your pace. Then take action.

Featured Posts: Education & Training

The Masters Degree: 40 things you need to know. Making a decision to return to university for a second degree can be agonizing. To narrow down the options. To get through a competitive application process. To trust you’re making the right investment and will get a return on it. Don’t let these challenges discourage you. Just be ready to ask and get satisfactory answers to a long list of important questions. Download the worksheet of 40 questions to help you inform your decision. (Read more.)
From high school to university – evaluating the options. By conservative estimates, a first university degree in Canada can cost anywhere from $80,000 to $200,000. Couple that with the life-changing features of a 3- or 4-year undergraduate degree and you have a solid foundation for the future or a rocky climb to an unknown waste land. Weigh the pros and cons with the long view in mind with this handy list of criteria and resources to help you navigate the university system. (Coming soon!)

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