Virtual Education Expo – Tips for Attendees
We want you to make your participation in Virtual Education Expo as productive as possible. Here are some useful tips to help you get the most out of the event.
What courses are available?
Virtual Education Expo covers a wide range of exciting college subjects. Attendees can choose from a multitude of different courses in areas such as:
• Computer Technology
What should I do to prepare?
Ask for college prospectuses beforehand. With so many colleges exhibiting at Virtual Education Expo, it’s a smart idea to investigate what each one has to offer. Certain colleges will cover the same or similar subjects, while others will specialise in certain areas.
By reading through the prospectus you’ll know if a particular college or course provider is a good fit for you. It’s also wise to consider the practical aspects, such as how many hours a week you’ll be in class and how far the college is from your work or home.
Finding the best course for you means considering the college, the area of study and where the course is being held. If you have all the basic information beforehand, you’ll be able to ask specific questions during your appointment, instead of general ones. This will help you refine your search and choose the best course for you.
Which course subject should I choose?
This is an important decision – and a difficult one. The more interest you have in a subject, the more likely you are to be successful. Choose a course that interests you and a subject that you are eager to learn more about. Choosing something that doesn’t stimulate you is a recipe for failure. Some fields of study are vast, and you may not know where to begin. That’s where your appointments can help. If you know the general area that you are interested in, such as business, research the colleges that offer courses in this subject, make appointments with them during the Expo, and use their advice to make your final decision.
What type of course should I pick?
There are many different types of courses on offer during Virtual Education Expo. Some of these are postgraduate degrees, which take years; others are diplomas or short courses that take a few months. Sometimes there is one right track for a particular career, but more often that’s not the case. Researching the field beforehand will help.. Make an appointment with one of our experts at the Career Clinic be, as well as the course providers. Using all the resources available during Virtual Education Expo will give you a clearer picture of your options.
What career options will the course give me?
Decide what career you’re interested in pursuing and pick a course that will help you achieve that goal. Find out what requirements are needed for that sector and pick the course that best suits those needs. You should also investigate the qualification a particular college offers, and look up the national qualification metric
Look at job vacancies for the types of jobs you want and study what the qualification requirements are and what types of skills they are looking for in a job candidate.
All this information will give you a better idea of what career options you will have once you have completed your college course.
What if I am looking for a hobby?
Some people return to education to upskill or change careers; others are looking to pursue a hobby or have an outlet for their creativity. We have part-time and evening courses for hobbyists as well.
If you haven’t registered yet, you can register to attend the Virtual Education Expo on 18th June by clicking here.