Author Archive

Is Age Just a Number? 7 Secrets of Successful Adult Learners and Students

3 Comments   Posted: 05/02/16   by Luke Imbong

Is age just a number?

Wouldn’t it be great to start a career doing what you are passionate about by studying a training course and gain new skills? Sadly, many Australian adults today are scared of doing exactly that. They feel they are too old to study again and train for their dream job. If the biggest thing keeping you Read the full post

How to Become a Child Care Trainer (and Succeed!)

14 Comments   Posted: 03/02/16   by Luke Imbong

How to Become a Child Care Trainer

Want to Become a Successful Child Care Trainer? Read On! If you enjoy teaching and caring for children, why not share your passion by training other people to do the same? Child care is massively growing today so it’s no surprise that many Australians are seeking jobs in this industry. In fact, more than 50,000 Read the full post

Christmas Break Shutdown 2015-2016

4 Comments   Posted: 23/12/15   by Luke Imbong

The Inspire Education office will be closed for business over the Christmas/New Year period. Please note these major dates: Shut Down – Tuesday 23rd of December 2015 Re-Open – Monday 4th January 2016 During this time the student portal and other online resources will still be available to students. Trainers will not be available to take calls, Read the full post

Train Your Brain: Alphabetical Numbers

0 Comments   Posted: 07/12/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week Numbers aren’t just used for math. They also make good word puzzles that leave you scratching your head. Can you solve this week’s brain training puzzle? Take a look at the riddle below, exercise your mind and see if you can find out what number we’re looking for. What number can be written Read the full post

Bored at work? You’re sabotaging your health!.. says study

0 Comments   Posted: 30/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Bored at work?

Stop sabotaging your health by being bored at work Warning: being bored at work can be disastrous to your health. If you’re like most Australians, then you have felt ‘less than enthusiastic’ at work at one time or another.  After all, we all occasionally fall into the trap of day-dreaming about the weekend, or an Read the full post

Don’t Get Old Before your Time! : Awesome anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you young and sharp

1 Comment   Posted: 26/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Mind and Brain Games for Adults and Seniors

Anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you sharp and active   Growing old and getting wrinkles is inevitable, but there’s heaps of things you can do to keep your mind active and young for longer. Playing brain games for adults is one of the best ways to do just that. Brain stimulating puzzles and Read the full post

The 5 most compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today

0 Comments   Posted: 17/11/15   by Luke Imbong

5 most compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today

5 compelling reasons to tell your boss you’re going home on time today (and everyday) It’s no secret that many Australians don’t do so well when it comes to work-life balance. If you’re like the average worker today, you’ve likely clocked in a couple hours of overtime already in this past week alone. Overtime work Read the full post

Quick Ice Breakers Trainers, Managers, or Team Facilitators Can Adapt to any Group Session

0 Comments   Posted: 12/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Quick Ice Breakers Trainers, Managers, or Team Facilitators Can Adapt to any Group Session

Ice Breakers and Team Building Games for Trainers, Managers, and Facilitators   There’s nothing worse than an unresponsive and skeptical audience when you’re leading a training session or group. Fortunately, there’s a lot of things you can do to prevent that from happening. Conducting an ice breaker or a team building game is a great Read the full post

Train Your Brain: Which Direction is the Gear Turning?

0 Comments   Posted: 06/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Training Puzzle of the Week Do you know what really grinds my gears? Confusing gears. There are several kinds of intelligence that you can measure. We’re all familiar with mathematical, oral, abstract and other kinds of knowledge so here’s one not all of us use as much as we could: mechanical or spatial intelligence. Can Read the full post

Asbestos: 7 Common and Fatal Misconceptions Australians Should Avoid

0 Comments   Posted: 04/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Asbestos

Asbestos Safety Tips   From causing chronic shortness of breath to tissue scarring to fatal lung cancer, asbestos is one of the last things you ever want to come in contact with.  Despite this, asbestos is everywhere in Australia, including places where many people spend the most time – their homes and workplaces. So why Read the full post

Next Page »« Previous Page

Whoops!!

Could you please amend the form? We’ve highlighted the problem(s) for you...