How Long Will My Certificate Take To Arrive?

Unlike other providers, Association of Learning use a fast track system to get your certificate to you within six weeks (our average is two weeks).

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Improving your employability odds after university

There is an assumption that with a degree the working world will be your oyster; that any job you want will instantly be yours… Now, while having a degree can certainly improve your employability odds, this doesn’t mean you’ll get the first job you apply for after you graduate. If anything, you will find yourself

Things to avoid in an employer

For prospective employees, interviews are great way to get a look at a business and gauge the behaviour, beliefs and attitudes of future employers. As you talk, you’ll be able to see if it is the right fit and decide if you’ll be happy there. Likewise, interviews are an opportunity for employers to determine the

Studying tips for the school holidays (Part One)

Learning from home comes with many advantages. The flexibility to learn when, where and how you want.  No classrooms, a healthy work-study balance YET one of the hardest things you will encounter is trying to study in the holidays – especially if you’ve got children. Naturally, you want to spend time with your family and

What should your next steps be after finishing University?

You would think once you finish university, life would get simpler. After years of studying and training hard, you can now begin your life and get ready to start your chosen career. Yet life isn’t always this simple… For instance, sometimes your next best step isn’t venturing into the workplace, but continuing your learning (either

Exam preparation tips

With the ‘big’ exams fast approaching – GCSE’s, A-Levels and degrees – knowing how to effectively revise is important. Learn how to independently study and your hard work can open doors to further qualifications and dream careers. So how can you effectively practice? Past papers – the saying goes ‘practice makes perfect’ and this is

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