How to change careers through online study (it’s easier than ever!)
This bonus episode of What She Did Next is sponsored by Swinburne Online.
The idea of going back to study when you’re already juggling work and family might seem out of reach… maybe you’re worried that it’s too time consuming or too expensive or just not possible to fit in with your busy schedule.
But things have definitely changed on the study front, with the shift to online learning opening up a whole new world of possibilities, and the rise of short courses and more flexible courses making a career change more doable than ever.
Kathy Garabelli from Swinburne Online has more than 20 years’ experience in the tertiary education space and been at the forefront of online learning over the past decade.
She has tons of great insights to share about the latest career change trends, the most popular courses right now and her best tips for women who might be thinking about returning to study – whether that’s to upskill or reskill to start a whole new career.
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