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Video

High

Audio

None

Animation

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Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

Language

EN

Publisher

Stanford

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  • Jolly Nakibirango Philippines It would be helpful if every individual entering the work place would take time off and read the terms and conditions as well as company policies of the company they plan to work for. 2014-11-17 17:11:17
  • Jolly Nakibirango Philippines Resume building is one of the challenges that first time job seekers find in pursuing a certain career path. From the insights of this course, I would be of the view that interviewers ought to have an openness in reviewing the resumes and hence connect with the prospects of the job. 2014-11-17 17:11:16
  • Camille De Jesus Vietnam It is really helpful. I wish I've done this course before studying in the university. But I think I can still apply it and will be a good use in the future. 2014-11-16 16:11:02
  • Sandesh Shanmugam India Wonderful course, learned a lot great information 2014-11-07 18:11:22
  • Asiimwe Rogers Uganda wow this course has been precise and to the point,i really enjoyed it and even scored 100% .Thanks for the good work 2014-11-05 18:11:18
  • Kate Jackson United Kingdom I found the course interesting to know things about requiring a exit interview and negotiating on salary which i didn't know you can do. The course is informative! 2014-10-29 20:10:00
  • Joseph Ruljancich United States of America I think a good way to plan your career path would be to decide what field i really want to be in to avoid getting the wrong jobs. Do research to find out what companies are paying for the position I'm interested in. Also to use my people skills to negotiate with my future boss a fair salary. To remember that your first impression will be just as important as the last will be key if you have plans of having different jobs along your career path. 2014-10-27 13:10:04
  • Kelly Martin Other I think that you should get the education that you need for what you want to do and go for it or go for something along the lines of it. and also write down jobs you might want to try and limit the ones you want the most and go for those. 2014-10-26 20:10:55
  • Melissa Stichel United States of America One way to plan my career plans is to set goals, be flexible and be open tonew opportunities that come my way. 2014-10-25 09:10:48
  • Rob Heaney Ireland Very insightful, made me a think a lot, very well put together! 2014-10-21 23:10:19
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