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Five popular training courses to take during autumn

There are so many reasons to love autumn. You can finally break out those cosy jumpers as temperatures drop and indulge in one too many pumpkin spiced lattes.

Safeera Sarjoo
12th February 2016
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Autumn is much more than this though. It’s a time for change and renewal which is evident all around us. Leaves transition to fiery colours and the new school year marks a new start as people leave their carefree summers behind.

Autumn has quite an energising magnetism that makes people want to drive change in their lives and that can also apply to their career. In addition to listing a number of apprenticeships and training courses across several sectors, we have picked out some popular training courses that encompass that autumnal spirit and are definitely worth considering.

  1. There’s nothing like warm, hearty food during autumn. Whether you’re in the food industry already or want a new challenge, why not try one of our cookery courses? East Berkshire College offers a number of cuisine specific courses that can open doors to new tastes and skills.

  2. As we’re on the subject of renewal, when was the last time you visited your CV? If you’re serious about looking for a new job or a career change, then it’s definitely worth making the most of this vital marketing tool. If you’re unsure of how to best utilise this, then Barnet Southgate College has a fantastic CV preparation course that can equip you with all you need to know about polishing your CV to perfection.

  3. Autumn is very much about the environment with trees shedding colourful leaves and the annual harvest festival schools around the UK take part in. If you’ve always been intrigued by the natural world, then why not take a land based studies course and learn more about the agricultural industry.

  4. Get ahead of your new year resolutions and get your finances in order. Leicester College offers a personal finance course, which will give you a clear understanding of key components that enable you to skilfully manage your income and expenditures. Perfect, especially with Christmas around the corner.

  5. Autumn means jumper season, which we have truly missed. It’s worth remembering that fashion isn’t just for spring and summer so if you’re passionate about clothes as much as we are, then maybe a career in fashion awaits you. Start with a hand sewing course and explore the numerous options this industry offers.    


If your career interests lie in other areas, don’t worry, Training and Courses offers a wide range of courses and apprenticeships. Start your search now. 

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