Career Enhancers. Short courses are a great way to fill the gaps in your knowledge and give you a competitive edge.
Few people would argue that having a higher salary is something they would dislike. Incorporating regular short courses into professional life is a great habit to develop, and will help to acquire the key skills that could accelerate your ascent up the salary scale.
The more you equip yourself with the key skills your industry requires, the more you become a necessary component of company & personal success. Regular certificate courses continually improve your prospects, and show employers & clients your dedication to personal improvement.
With regular certification courses there is a high degree of freedom that allows you to strategically build the skills you can apply to your current job, or qualify you for the job you aspire to have. Skills in a range of areas can give you advanced abilities applicable across a great many positions.
Short courses also provide the opportunity to touch base with fellow professionals who are taking part in the same course, but may have very different backgrounds. When completing short courses , the network potential with fellow students is easy, and meeting fellow professionals could have fantastic consequences for your career.
Thanks to our diverse educators who have extensive combined professional experience, regular short courses are constantly being developed & updated so you can be sure you always remain professionally competitive.
It’s beyond frustrating to see the hairstyle that looked smooth and sleek at home puff up into an unrecognizable mess of frizz when you arrive at your vacation destination. Many of the world’s best travel spots are prone to high humidity, so if you’re heading to a place known for swampy air, pack appropriate hair-care products. Extra effort spent taming your hair will pay off when you look back at your vacation photos and admire your cool style.
Apply a deep conditioner to your hair the day before your trip. Take another small bottle of deep conditioner so you can treat your hair every three or four days during the trip; moisturizing your hair will not only help it look healthy, but weigh it down a bit so it won’t puff up. Pack moisturizing shampoo and daily conditioner to use each day in the shower.
Embrace the natural texture of your hair. Leave heat-styling products at home and let your hair go wavy or curly, if that’s its inclination. If you can’t stand leaving home without these items, use heating products like straightening irons and blow dryers only to style your bangs or touch up the top layer of your hair. Humidity will bring out any curl in your hair, so there’s no use fighting it.
Rub humidity- or frizz-fighting mousse or gel between your hands and work it through all your hair from the roots to the ends. If your hair is straight and fine, skip the mousse and apply a smoothing serum over your hair.
Finger-comb your hair to eliminate tangles. Let your hair air-dry. To prevent frizz, keep your hands off it while it dries.
Style your hair. Letting it stay down leaves you open to frizz and poofiness. Pull it up in a ponytail or bun. If you have bangs, keep them under control by wrapping a scarf around the crown of your head, propping your sunglasses on top of your head or sweeping them to the side and securing them with bobby pins. Part your hair down the center and make two French braids, one on either side of the part, or sweep your hair back into a low bun at the nape of your neck for a low-key look that works for both day and night.
If all else fails, pull on a baseball cap or floppy sun hat!