I had a meeting at the job centre recently where I was told the government will pay any courses I want to study at college, but they dont pay for any home courses, and studying online is pretty much unheard of in the uk. Thats ok because it will be a part-time college course at an adult college, so I should only actually be there about twice a week for a couple hours. The rest of the work will be done at home. So thats what I'll probably end up doing, however as I cant figure out a work-at-home job as my future career...I still dont know what to study at the college. Im thinking maybe just go for a business course because that will come in handy whatever I end up doing, right?
I have GCSE's which I think is equivalent to a GED in America. Your graduation qualifications would be our A levels from 16-18 at college not high school. So what do you think about me doing an A level course in business? If I could manage it, as they are only going to be part time courses, I would like to study 2 subjects if possible..no idea which second subject. - crayolaab. And creative memories consultants is a no no because art (and math) is my worst subjects.
I spent a lot of time today, looking through the website www.wahm.com
but didnt find anything I thought was right for me, I did make a few notes from it though.
I still have www.workplacelikehome.com
to look through tomorrow. Thanks Amylcd and PrincessCass for those links! You said you found your current job on one of them, can I ask what you do?Im looking for a job where I can do the work alone at home. Not something arty or mathematical as im worst at those 2 subjects, always have been. And it needs to be something I can earn a decent income from, enough for myself and ds to live off. If it requires me to study for it first, that would be fine.