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Wayne Farrell
Overseas education consultants - Steering educational goals of the students
I think it is also important to note that although many students want to study overseas, they should keep their options open to returning to South Africa when they are finished. I have studied in the UK and USA and have returned to SA to start a training company here. We need to move SA forward and return with the skills and understanding to do so.
Posted on 5 Mar 2013 12:22
Wayne Farrell
The bright side of education
We all know education is very important. However after school, many people think that is it. Educating themselves is finished. To be successful and stay on top you need to continually expand your horizons and continually educate yourself.
Posted on 5 Mar 2013 12:17
Wayne Farrell
Are you making the right choices for your tertiary education?
I agree with the fact that to many people will never use the degrees for which they have spent so much money to attain.
Look at courses that will stand you in good stead no matter what you end up doing in the future. Learn skills like NLP and Coaching. Skills that you can use in your own business or as a leader working for somebody else.

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Posted on 15 Jan 2013 13:34
Wayne Farrell
High cost of tertiary education in SA
People are paying out thousands of rand's on courses and degrees that their children often don't pursue as a career and that money is wasted.

What about spending your hard earned cash on courses that will stand your self or your children in good stead the rest of your lives? Something that you can and will use in everyday day from now and forever. Stand out from the competition in the work place, be a better leader, learn how to communicate and have the ability to go for what you want.

Look at skills like Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP) or Coaching and then you can decide on which career path will suit you best.
Posted on 15 Jan 2013 13:31
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