Another option for you, if you have access to the internet, is to take part in a free online course. If nothing else, completing an online course will give you the confidence to pursue similar activities. It also allows you to try different subjects that may or may not interest you. You may discover a hidden talent that you can build on. What have you got to lose? The only prerequisite is discipline and commitment to carry on learning – which you may find easier if you discover an area that you are interested in. Another benefit is that for most of these courses, you can study at your own pace.
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Alison – A new world of free certified learning
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