Too Cool For School: Skills Outside The Classroom

March 28, 2018

When you’ve been out of school for a couple of years, the idea of sinking back into the old learning routine probably won’t feel very good. Having experienced the freedom of adult life, being cooped up in a classroom will be unpleasant, and a lot of people find themselves avoiding education in their later years thanks to this.

 

Of course, school isn’t the only place for learning. Hello, online classroom!

 

To help you out with this, this post will be exploring a range of skills which can be learned without ever stepping foot inside an educational institution.

 

 

Cooking: As possibly one of the oldest skills humanity has mastered, cooking is something which most people can benefit from. Being able to cook healthy meals for you and your family will make life a lot cheaper, especially if you’re eating out a lot. Along with this, with the food industry booming, you may even be able to make a career out of it. Learning how to cook is all about patience and making mistakes. Over time, the more you cook a meal, the easier it will become to add your own touches which make it your own, and this is how people find themselves getting hooked on it. Youtube is a great resource when you’re first starting, and will be much easier to follow than recipe books.

 

 

Hairdressing/Barber: There are certain skills which will always be necessary in human society. Barber and hairdressing businesses will always do well, with almost everyone needing to have their mop seen to once in a while. Companies like The Barber School are perfect for this sort of learning. While you will have a teacher, your lessons and tuition will happen far from any classroom. Instead, you will learn practically, using dummies to begin with, graduating to people once you have the skills to perform a good cut. Having a background in this field gives you a couple of options, from working for yourself to getting a job in a world-famous salon.

 

 

Computing: Finally, as the last skill to consider, computers are another area which won’t be going anywhere soon. Being incredibly broad, going into this sort of industry could see you working in a huge range of jobs, from crewing submarines to helping the elderly to use their devices. There are loads of ways to learn about this, too, with the Internet holding all of the resources you could possibly need. This sort of subject is greatly benefited by distance learning. While you will still have to do exams and coursework, you will get the chance to do it from your own home.

 

When you’re considering going back to school, there will probably be a lot of different options on your mind. While the choice you have can make things harder, though, it will also give you the opportunity get into a career which you feel passionate about. In the last, getting a job was a big enough goal, and being able to choose like this is a true blessing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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