Archive for July, 2013

Cultural Diversity in Aged Care Practice

0 Comments   Posted: 26/07/13   by Inspire Media

Cultural Diversity in Aged Care Practice

As part of the Aged Care Course, Certificate III in Aged Care, students are required to undertake HLTHIR403C – Work with Culturally Diverse Clients and Co-Workers. This is unit is designed to deal with the cultural awareness required for effective communication and cooperation with people of differing cultures. Cultural diversity can be present in ethnicity, Read the full post

Kim Kardashian: More popular than education?

0 Comments   Posted: 25/07/13   by Inspire Media

Let’s ask Google Trends If you haven’t heard of Google Trends, it’s time you did. Google Trends is an incredible free tool available to everyone. It documents the relatively frequency of specific search terms used on Google, over time – basically, what people are searching for on Google. Since Google has around 65% of the Read the full post

Course Red Text – CRT

0 Comments   Posted: 22/07/13   by Luke Imbong

Vocational Training vs University Education

0 Comments   Posted: 22/07/13   by William Cowie

Which is right for you, Vocational Training or University?

Australians are fortunate to have access to a range of further education options after they graduate from secondary school. Our country is known internationally for its world class universities and vocational education system. Two of the most popular options are Vocational Education and Training (aka VET) and University. Each system has its own focus, style Read the full post

World’s Weirdest Vending Machines!

2 Comments   Posted: 18/07/13   by Inspire Media

Thought the only thing that could come in a vending machine was your coke and chips? Well think again…! Vending machines have been around for centuries, in fact, the first dates back to ancient Egypt where Greek mathematician Hero of Alexander invented a coin operated machine to dispense holy water. In the 1880s the ‘vending Read the full post

Unique Student Identifiers (USI) for Vocational Education and Training

0 Comments   Posted: 16/07/13   by Inspire Media

The Unique Student Identifier (USI) initiative is a major development for students in vocational education and training.  The new USI will enable students to get a comprehensive and authoritative transcript of their vocational education achievements, online. What is a USI? A Unique Student Identifier is a randomly generated code that will be allocated to and Read the full post

10 People Who Failed Before They Succeeded

2 Comments   Posted: 15/07/13   by Inspire Media

Here Are 10 Famous People Who Failed Before They Succeeded Success is rarely achieved on the first try. Success takes perseverance, determination, self-motivation, self-discipline, creativity, courage and the ability to never quit. Some of the most successful people in the world go through many failures before their reach their dreams. If there is one thing Read the full post

Au Pair Australia: Working In France!

0 Comments   Posted: 12/07/13   by Inspire Media

Become an Au Pair and Work in France! France has the fourth highest population in Europe, only behind Russia, Germany and the United Kingdom. With over 65 million citizens, the country has an English speaking population equivalent to just fewer than 40%, meaning there is huge potential for English-speaking Au pairs to improve their foreign Read the full post

Au Pair Australia: Working In Germany!

0 Comments   Posted: 12/07/13   by Inspire Media

Au Pair Australia: Working in Germany

Become an Au Pair and Work in Germany Germany is one of the biggest countries in Europe, with 12 of its cities occupying the European Top 50 Most Populated Cities – meaning au pairs always have something to do in their spare time! While the nation is most famous for its beer, sausages and festivals Read the full post

Au Pair Australia: Working In Belgium!

0 Comments   Posted: 11/07/13   by Inspire Media

Au Pair Australia – Work in Belgium

Here’s How to Become an Au Pair and Work in Belgium While Belgium is the de facto capital of the European Union, it is arguably more famous for its beer, chocolate, ‘French’ fries and waffles. Belgium also boasts: • A hugely multicultural population (many of which speak English) • One of the world’s best education Read the full post

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