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Some people take a course or follow a conference because they are looking to sharpen their expertise in a particular subject. Others want to broaden their knowledge about something they have limited knowledge of or know nothing about.
What are your reasons for choosing a course or a conference?
The best way to choose a course og conference is to ask yourself a few questions:
- Are you following a conference or taking a course for fun or a professional reason?
- Do you want to attend a class physically or would you prefer to be an online participant?
- What topic is going to benefit you in the long run?
- Are you going to enjoy learning the particular subject?
Once you have established the subject, you need to consider the duration.
Short term courses and conferences allow you to quickly learn a skill, which is beneficial if you need a certification for work or need to be updated in your field. Long-term courses provide an in-depth understanding of a subject, making it ideal for those looking to become experts in a subject.
You also want to consider which type, of course, you want to take: online courses, university courses, job courses or conferences. The best one for you depends on your intentions for taking the course or following the conference.
On the Lucubrate Webpage, you will find upcoming Lucubrate on-site-training (conferences and courses).
Lucubrate conferences are conducted in collaboration with various organizations.
The picture on top: African Woman Coach in Lucubrate Training, Interacting with Participants Asking Questions.
Lucubrate Magazine Issue 56