Note: This is a guest post publication from Grad AustraliaFor several people, accounting is a subject that sparks their interest.While there is no denying that you will have to gain admission into a good accounting school, get a degree in the subject because these are just the prerequisites of becoming an accountant. However to become a skilled accountant you would need a lot more than just a degree in accounting.Let us have a look at the top 3 skills
As you may know, being a social care worker is a challenging career. People who go into this profession obviously have very good intentions: they want to help people.
But sometimes that intention alone can't sustain a career in social care. You need something more. I have already written an article on what personality traits every social care worker should have. But even with the strongest of personality types, bad days can happen.
And the thought of whether or not a career in social care is for you wanders into your mind. Well, thanks to numerous case studies, I have identified
With more construction work being lined up in the UK, there is now an increasing demand for construction workers to enter the industry.
However, being a construction worker requires you to have a number personality traits. And these traits are picked up by employers and contractors when you first set foot on a construction site.
If you have these traits, then you stand a good chance of progressing in the sector. And to help you develop some of these traits, I have listed 10 personality traits that every construction worker should have:
Working in construction is definitely not for those who want to work behind a desk. Construction workers are naturally practical individuals who enjoy being hands-on. It is
The thought of a male working in child care does divide opinion. And unfortunately, we do live in a society where the majority negatively stereotype male child carers. Either their sexual orientation is questioned or they are considered a potential risk.
That is rather unfair. In a profession that is mainly female dominated, only 2 per cent of the work force is male according to a report written in 2012. But there are many benefits of having male child carers. And in recent years, there has been a push for more men to become child carers.
So what are the main benefits of having male child carers? Well, in this blog post, I have identified
It takes an incredibly dedicated person to become a care worker. Working in this industry is not for the faint-hearted. But those who work in this sector thrive on the challenges that they face.
They find fulfilment in helping people. And they take great pride in supporting their patients overcome their own challenges.
But to work in this sector, employers look for key personality traits. And some of these traits can't be learned.
And to help you identify these characteristics, the following list shows 10 key personality traits that every care worker should have:
This is absolutely crucial. To work as a care worker, you need to have patience. Whether you're working with either the elderly, individuals who have special needs or young people, you need to demonstrate patience.
The much talked about £2 billion regeneration scheme for Harringay, North London has promised new jobs for the area. However, with Brexit looming around the corner, some concerns have been raised within the construction industry.
Many leading experts have predicted that once the UK leaves the EU, the UK construction sector may be short staffed. At the moment, the construction industry is heavily relied upon foreign labour.
And with Brexit, regardless of what route we will take after the snap general election that has been announced for 8th June, large construction projects like the one in Harringay and across the UK could struggle to complete on time.
If you're considering a career in child care, then you must be able to show to your potential employer, whether they are a parent or a manager of an early years nursery, that you're the right person for the child care industry.
There is a demand for child care in Haringey and the surrounding area. But since you're responsible for looking after someone else's child, then it is crucial that you meet certain personality traits. They'll definitely be looking out for these traits when they interview you.
To help you to get a better understanding of these traits, I have identified 10 personality traits every current and perspective child carer should have.
1. Love Children
This is no secret. The number one reason why people pursue a
The CSCS (Construction Skills Certificate Scheme) card is an assessment-based qualification for anyone who works on a construction site.
Launched in 1995 by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), the purpose of the scheme was to help both contractors and employers identify and recruit construction labourers who have completed both basic training and competency standards in regards to health and safety.
In 2010, the CITB introduced an updated version of the CSCS labourer card known as the smart card. The newer cards have a chip containing information on test results and work history.
Even though it is not really necessary to hold a CSCS card to work on a construction site, we do encourage everyone to obtain this card. However, obtaining a CSCS card comes at a cost.
The health and social care industry is not for everyone. Those who have worked in this industry and didn't enjoy their time working in this sector will have something negative to say.
These negative opinions will end up forming a number of myths and will eventually deter people from experiencing a truly rewarding career.
It is true that every career will have its downsides. But the health and social care industry does seem to get harshly treated by these myths.
The aim of this blog post is to debunk these myths and so you would consider a career in this highly rewarding industry
There is No Job Satisfaction
This is a fairly common myth. And for me to debunk this myth, it really boils down to your own perspective and knowing what motivates you.
It is true that working i