Masters in English Literature (now starting all over with a degree in psychology at uni of london....!) No expert at anything... except just a burning desire to help the less privileged, esp. children everywhere! Doubt if a degree makes any difference there!
B.A. in Spanish with Political Science. Post-Grad Teaching Certificate: Spanish and French. Diploma in Translation from Spanish to English. RSA Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign language. Diploma as Specialist Nursery Teacher. "The Eternal Student!"
Too many papers but I never knew how to make the most out of them! Still struggling and thinking there might be just one more certificate to get! Any suggestions?
Bachelor of Accounting Science - Distinction in Accounting. Started my degree when I was 45 years old and studied part-time completed my degree and an additional nine non-degree subjects in Transport and logistics in a period of 4 years studying part-time while working full-time.
I am working in an accounting position, but I'm not an accountant. I hate working with numbers. Going to work doesn't need to be so drab. I have experience in Human resources, Payroll and business management including...
I would like to work abroad teaching English. But the number of options of courses to take to get a TEFL qualification seems a bit confusing. Is it better applying for the most expensive or is that not necessary?
Do You Think It's Ridiculous that Education Majors Become Teachers?Every time a teacher in high school introduced themselves they bragged about their degrees from some big name university and I would always ask...