Over the past few months weve tried to look at the different reasons as to why many people do not further their studies, with the aim being to help come up with solutions for you.
A few popular reasons that we have come up withNo Matric or didnt meet University entrance or there were just not enough spots available or it could even be that funding might be abit of a problem.
AAT (SA): In partnership with SAICA Level 3 – Certificate: Accounting Technician Basic Accounting 1 Basic Accounting 2 Work Effectively in Accounting and Finance Basic costing Computerised Accounting Level 4 – FET Certificate: Accounting Technician Accounts Preparation 1 & 2 Cash Management Cost and Revenues Indirect Tax Spread sheets Software Professional Ethics in Accounting and …
Brand new and only at SACOB!
For a while now weve been chatting about offering our students something extra, so you know that when studying at SACOB you leave with more than the average student.
ICB has made a few changes for 2016. Want to know what these are? Take a read through this post were we compare 2015 to 2016.
Take a look at our blog post on a few tips the most out of winter to boost your performance while studying.
What I had failed to see is that at the end of such a wonderful learning journey… was that even though I might want to be something and study towards that goal/dream job didn’t necessarily mean that I would get that job or even a job at all.
What image comes to mind when you think of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders? In the age of globalisation, the age old question sneaks its way into conversation: are they born or are they bred? Many experts will voice opinion for and against each concept with the general consensus being that you need a bit …
The Schedule for ACCA’s webinar series detailing exam techniques for November 2014. Use the link to go to the appropriate registration pages.
First things first, this blog post is not about giving you a step by step instruction to acing an interview. There are a million and one textbook questions and answers out there that you can look over, this blog looks at the how you answer and not at the answer itself. You have gotten the interview because the company likes you on paper, now the company needs to ascertain if you are the right fit for the company as a person.
As with any course, completion rates play a big factor. If you are doing research into taking an online course this could be very important to you. Wouldnt you feel more comfortable with your studies if you knew why people drop-out so that you can avoid falling into the same trap? So why do people drop-out? What are the factors?