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Once you know what you want to do, find the training program that is right for you.
Time is your most precious resource. Think about how you spend your time now, and how you could free up the time you need to succeed at school.
Finding enough time to study—and using that time effectively—can be a challenge for many students. The good news is that good study habits can be learned.
You may know that you want to take more education and training. You may even know what you want to do when you finish. But making sure you get there means thinking about the ways you learn best.
Think about which program and school will best fit the plans you have for your career.
Practising personal management, communication and teamwork employability skills at school will prepare you to use them at work.
People learn in different ways, but most of us usually use a single style or method more often than another. Knowing your preferred method of learning may help you with your studying techniques.