The Value of a Career Coach

Career CoachWhen you make the decision to pursue further education for your career, you don’t want to be flying blindly on the courses you choose to study.  These courses will shape your career path in many ways, and that is why World Education.net provides you with a personalized Career Coach from Day One with us.

Your personal Career Coach provides a great enhancement to the outstanding quality of education you will already receive with World Education.net.  These experienced professionals help you with a variety of steps, from defining your career goals to helping you through your courses with hacks for study plans and time management customized for your situation.

As you transition from studying into your new career field, the Career Coach will help you with resume writing, mock interviews over the phone, and newsletters about your specific field to keep you aware of new developments.  This service is not just for a few weeks after you graduate — its for an entire year as you need it.  When you start a new position it may be quite different from your old one, so talk to your coach to help understand how your office works and how you can get along best to succeed there.

The bottom line is World Education.net provides such a value with our personalized Career Coaches because we want to ensure you can succeed.  Your goals are for a more rewarding career for your life and we are committed to help you get there with services that go beyond tests and quizzes.  If you want an experienced professional you can count on to help you navigate your career path, come talk to us today.  We are available via live chat on WorldEducation.net or call our admissions team toll free at 855-201-6910.

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Being a Nursing Assistant Real World .vs. Television

With TV shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC to the popular, long-running hospital drama “ER”, we catch a glimpse of thNurseing Assistant e daily lives of doctors, nurses and more importantly certified nursing assistants. (CAN). While the nursing staff is not always focused on in every episode, we can watch and see the importance of nursing assistance jumping to take care of patients when disaster strikes.

Though certified nursing assistants may not be show cased very much in these popular TV shows, nurses could not do what they do every day without them. Nursing assistants are the eyes and ears of the nurses since they take care of the day to day quality of life activities for patients. You will find a nursing assistant in hospitals, outpatient clinics, doctors’ offices, nursing homes, and home health centers — along with residential nursing care facilities. The workload of a certified nursing assistant can be intense and fast paced but most will tell you the desire to help people keeps them going through those crazy days.

This career is in high demand because many nursing assistants do not stay in this career for long and move on to become LPN or RNs. Health care facilities see the value in a qualified certified nursing assistance as they can play a big role in their quality of care offered to patients.   Some similar careers for certified nursing assistants could be but not limited to orderlies, psychiatric aids, medical assistants and certified nurse assistants.

World Education.net and Binghamton University State University of New York, Center for Innovation and Continuing Education, are proud to announce Certified Nursing Assistance as our newest addition to our high-quality, 100% online career training programs. The Certified Nursing Assistant course prepares students to become a Certified Nursing Assistant and potentially begin the career path toward a Registered Nurse position. This course is designed to provide students with the complete healthcare knowledge base necessary to sit for the Certified Nursing Assistant certification exam in their state.

For more information about our Certified Nursing Assistant programs and other medical programs go to www.worldeducation.net or call our admissions team toll free at 855-201-6910.

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Keeping your New Year Resolutions

New Year ResolutionsWell it is the first week of January and you are now staring at a list of your New Year Resolutions. So where do you go now? We all have good intentions when setting those new resolutions, and we want those intentions realized by actually accomplishing these goals during the New Year.  We know self-improvement is big in America, but according to a study from the University of Scranton only 8% of us actually achieve our New Year resolutions. So as always, I wanted to find out why people have such a tough time keeping their resolutions.

  1. NO bucket list! As the year comes to an end the idea of a new year and a new start creeps in and we start to make resolutions that are too big for us to achieve. The key to achieving any goal is to keep it simple. Make small attainable goals throughout the year.
  2. Making vague resolutions. The goal of losing weight or saving money is very vague. Make the goals more tangible. For example: I will start drinking my coffee from home and put that extra money back in the bank, or you can say I will commit to a Zumba class twice a week and drink more water. These are tangible goals that you can touch and feel.
  3. Keeping it a secret! With the world of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and so many others you need to announce it to the world, or even just close friends if you are not on social media. This helps tremendously with personal accountability. Put it out there for people to see and let them know when you have accomplished them as well, you’ll be surprised at the support you get to keep going!
  4. Beat yourself up. We are human and we will slip, so don’t beat yourself up when you miss a workout. Get that Starbucks or even have more of that cake then you wanted. Then when you are done, simply pick back up and move forward with your goals.
  5. Saying I Can’t. Your ability to accomplish your resolution is only as strong as YOUR belief that you CAN DO IT. When you say you can’t you are creating a self-fulfilling attitude that significantly weakens your ability to achieve your resolution.
  6. Not celebrating the small wins. We are driven by rewards and when you have set an entire 12 months as a time line, it may be difficult for you to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Have mile markers for yourself and celebrate that small win when you achieve it. This is not eating a box of cookies after you lose weight but rather buy yourself a new outfit to celebrate your new waistline.   Celebrating small wins reinforces your belief that you can do it.

The most important thing is to stick to it and never give up! If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to find a new career, go back to school or get that promotion, then we can help. World Education.net partners with top colleges and universities to offer students 100% online career training programs. Most of our programs take less than a year to complete. Want to learn more?  Go to www.worldeducation.net or call 1-855-201-6910.

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