Want to know a secret? People think career coaching is hard because you have to help people work out what career they want. But that’s not the case. Career coaching is hard, but not for that reason. You see, the biggest problem that most people have is not figuring out what career they want. The … Continue reading
It’s crazy the things we believe. And also what we don’t believe. When we’re young we believe we can be anything – a dancer, a firefighter, even a superhero. By the time we leave school we start to believe that life is hard, that we need to make the most money we possibly can and … Continue reading
Changing careers can be scary. There’s a lot of unknowns, and a lot to worry about. It’s often difficult to work out what your options are – or even to believe you have options. You see, a lot of us look at our career and our career options all wrong. We tend to think, “What’s … Continue reading
There are a lot of career myths out there, and they could be holding you back. We debunk six of the most common myths career myths so you can put them behind you and get on with following your dreams. 1. You’ll Discover the Perfect Career People often dream they’ll discover the ‘perfect’ career, even … Continue reading
Feeling a little … meh? Everyone has the occasional work slump, so how do you know if you’re ready for a career change? To help you know when the time is right, we’ve put together this list of 5 signs that you’re ready to change careers. Let’s take a look, shall we? 1. You Feel … Continue reading
REGISTER AND DIAL IN FOR NEXT EVENING INFORMATION SESSION – QLD AND NSW STUDENTS
If you live on the Gold Coast – attend in person!
Come along to our regular Wednesday night information session.
One hour that could change your life!
Let’s talk about how Kool Kids Training College can help you with your childcare / children’s services career.
Meet the trainers, ask questions about the course options and see for yourself our great college facility! If you cannot make it in person, register and dial in via webinar.
Wednesday 19th September 6.30-7.30pm