Students who cannot enroll for a four-year course due to financial difficulties should think about practicality. What does it mean? You can still continue for college although you don’t enroll for a professional degree. Even if you want to take an engineering or architectural degree if no one can help you financially, don’t give up! You can still have a chance to graduate in college. How?
If you have the skills, you can use it! The possibility for you to be employed is high as long as you have the skills. Vocational courses can help you improve your skills. What are the different vocational courses?
Electrical and Electronics Repairman/Technician
Do you have the knowledge about electricity and electronic devices? Use that knowledge and improve it by taking this vocational course. There are schools that offers this kind for just 6 months up to 1 year. If you pass the assessment, you have the possibility to be employed after graduation.
This course is very in-demand. With the rapid development of technology, a lot of companies will look for computer specialists.
Do you love providing services to others? Don’t be ashamed to take this course. If you finish it for just 2 months and you will pass the NCII assessment, you can immediately apply at hotels.
Auto Repair Training
This course is really for practicality. A lot of cars are continually being invented nowadays. For sure, auto repair shops need an auto repair man or a mechanic.
Hotel and Restaurant Services
Do you love cooking? You can use it. Enroll for a short course for just 6 months up to 2 years.