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Wednesday | 20 October | 2021 Waarom MS Excel 'n belangrike vaardigheid is om aan te leer

Deur Reon Janse van Rensburg Om nuwe vaardighede aan te leer kan aanvanklik intimiderend wees, maar wanneer ons dit eers baasraak en met gemak ons nuut aangeleerde vaardighede benut, vergeet ons vinnig waarom ons bekommerd was. Dieselfde kan van Microsoft (MS) Excel gesê word. Om aanvanklik ʼn klomp blokke met  … Read more

Monday | 18 October | 2021 5 Study Methods To Ace Your Part-Time Studies And Earn Your Degree

By Anja van den Berg Completing a degree is an investment in yourself and your success in life. Your earning capacity rises significantly as a graduate, and you add value to the economy. A part-time degree offers flexibility for those who are working full-time. Part-time students need to keep many  … Read more

Monday | 18 October | 2021 Five reasons why adaptability will make you more successful

As things are nowadays changing constantly and much faster than before, adaptability is a critical skill that will help you to be more successful in your job and in the job market. Adaptability in the workplace means being flexible and being able to change along with circumstances. Leaders who can  … Read more

Tuesday | 12 October | 2021 Read and learn your way to success

One always hears that if you want to succeed, you have to read a lot and research proves this.  Reading increases your general knowledge and language skills, while the act of reading particularly improves your emotional intelligence and empathy. Reading is important, seeing as it helps with cognitive development. The  … Read more

Monday | 11 October | 2021 Soft skills you’ll need in the Covid-19 era

By Dr Eugene Brink Much of the post-Covid-19 world is uncertain and ambiguous, but one thing is certain: It will require a range of soft skills to navigate the workplace and success. What are soft skills then, as opposed to hard skills? Why are they so vital to success in  … Read more

Monday | 27 September | 2021 Short courses at Sol-Tech

Deur Melodie Veldhuizen Schikkie Geldenhuys, Deputy Head: Education and Training at Sol-Tech, explains the reason for the implementation of the short courses: “Sol-Tech’s new campus elicited a lot of interest and we felt that we had to give something back to the community in some way or another. We don’t  … Read more

Wednesday | 15 September | 2021 Academic credits, how does it work?

By Reon Janse van Rensburg It often happens, after their first year at university, that students want to transfer to a different institution. There are many reasons for this decision. For instance, students want to change their field of study, and because their current institution does not offer a specific  … Read more

Monday | 13 September | 2021 Analytical skills are in high demand – learn how to improve them

By Dr Eugene Brink According the World Economic Forum, analytical skills will be the most critical skills for workers by 2025. This finding is echoed by various other credible experts and organisations. In fact, nobody would disagree that it will be one of the most sought-after skills in the future,  … Read more

Monday | 06 September | 2021 Covid-19 and the workplace: How to adapt your CV

By Nico Strydom The Covid-19 pandemic changed the world of work significantly, which has resulted in employers now possibly looking for other skills when they study the CVs of potential employees. Prospective employees, whether job-hunting for the first time, re-entering the labour market or even looking for a new job,  … Read more

Monday | 16 August | 2021 Become a dermatologist

By Marli Naidoo Dermatologists are highly trained medical doctors who specialise in the study of the skin. This includes treatment of the scalp, hair, nails and mucous membranes. These doctors use procedures, treatments and medications that differ quite substantially to treat or improve skin conditions. A dermatologist is trained to  … Read more

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