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A Studentís Guide to Shifting Course

by: Tesa Mari S. Sabao | 31 Mar, 2011 18:57:22

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Are you really sure you want to shift course? Here are the relevant steps on how you’d change career course to help you out.

Seek advice from experts of your new field. Ask someone you know who practices the profession that you want to have. Know if there is a way you can gain the same job in less time. Ask also for cheaper alternatives to finish the education needed, if there are any. You’d have greater chances, if you’re shifting course in same field or industry. You can make use of TESDA or other renowned Career Certifications in your field to shorten the time of your study and lessen your expenses. You just have to finish the prerequisites subjects or trainings in order to go to the next level. However, this does not mean that you’d attain a college degree. TESDA and other Career Certifications are separate entity from CHED, which administers education for college degrees.

Consult your college guidance councilor. After you’ve get reliable info’s where you’d base your options, talk to your guidance councilor. This way you’d clear your goals more and eventually came up with the best career plan to shift career. Don’t be shy when you’re talking. Be honest with your thoughts and clear out your reasons.

Visit your college registrar for assistance. After your self-realization and reality check, most likely you know where you’d head next. If you’d still want to shift career, seek assistance from your present as well as your future college registrar. Know the requirements for enrollment.

Seek to accredit similar subjects. Finally, make use of your finished subjects. Secure your transcript of records from your previous course. Check if there are subjects that can be accredited for your next college course. Don’t rely much on the similarity of the names of the subjects. Know if there are complete matches of lessons for subjects with associative names. This way, you’d lessen the time it would take you to finish your new college course.

As much as possible, I don’t recommend shifting course. Simply because it would take you additional time to finish your study, and effort in adapting to new environment and principles. However, if you really love the new course you’d take and you are certain that you’d do better in a new field, then go for it. Anyway, it’s all about what you want to become and what you want to do in the future.


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HI! I AM A LICENSED ECE AND THINKING OF SHIFTING MY CAREER TO IT. ANY SUGGESTION OF WHAT SHORT COURSES OR TRAININGS THAT IS CLOSELY RELATED TO MY PROFESSION I CAN TAKE? THANK YOU!


@jim

To shift your career to IT the best courses for you to get is the CCNA Course track. You need to start first with PC Assembly Repair and troubleshooting and then PC LAN/WAN Setup and administration and then to CCNA Course Track


NAKAPAGWORK NA RIN AKO BEFORE AS COMPUTER TECH FOR 6MONTHS.. PWDE BANG MAGJUMPSTART AKO SA PC LAN/WAN SETUP AND TAKE THIS COURSE TOGETHER WITH CCNA BOOTCAMP? DO YOU ALSO OFFER ASSISTANCE OR RECOMMENDATION FOR JOB SEEKERS? THANK YOU!

  
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