If you’re thinking of joining a training course after completing your studies then here are some of things you should consider before starting one.
What is your goal?
What are you trying to achieve through the training? Is it to expand your knowledge? For career development and growth? To build your skill in a given area? For example, if I wanted to be an Android Application Developer then I would take a course on Android Mobile Application Development. Your goals need to be addressed on what you want to take away from the course.
While choosing a course, you’ll also need to think about whether or not you’ll be able to afford it. At SIT, we offer discounts on a case-by-case so that everyone who wants to learn is able to enroll in a course of their choice.
Most people take up training courses after they have completed their academic education and/or about to start their career. They need to see whether the class timing of the course they want to take matches around their own schedule or not. Similarly, they need to check if multiple times available. At SIT, we offer the students the choice to study at different shifts – morning, afternoon and evening.
The teaching approach is just as important as choosing the course itself. This is why SIT follows a Project-Based Learning(PBL) approach. You can learn about PBL and its importance in our blog here.
Who is the instructor?
When you take up a course, you want to make sure that you’re getting the best of everything. So, you need to know your lecturer’s academic background and professional experiences. At SIT, we hire lecturers who already have a number of years of experience in the software industry. Each of our trainers is also expert in PBL teaching method.
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