Perpetual learning embraces the idea that every moment presents an opportunity to create new knowledge or build on existing skills. How do you embrace this approach when faced with a limited budget, and a changing job market? Guest blogger Jenny Holt explores how training courses provide a potential solution.
In the traditional model of education and training, students learn from professors by physically attending classes at specified times. Not only is this quite expensive, but it is also difficult to find customized solutions that allow the unemployed person to see to their job searching and family responsibilities. Fortunately, due to technological advances in education, online training has become a viable option for those who remain unemployed following the Great Recession.