Are you about to embark on a short course experience?
Whether you’re a veteran short course goer or you’re brand new to it, we want to make sure you get the most out of your time during your course.
From sewing to photography, learning a new language or interior designing our short courses are geared towards all individuals looking to gain new skills, have an adventure or just meet like-minded others who share their passion.
We’ve put together 3 easy hacks that will seriously help you get the most out of your next short course
- Acquire the essential equipment needed for the short course ahead of time. For instance, if you are planning to attend a short course in sewing such as Basic Alterations and Mending it’s a good idea to enquire if you will need to supply your own sewing machine, sewing kit and garments. If you have all your equipment prepped, you’ll be able to hit the ground running!
- Have your burning questions prepped and at the ready. Having a clear idea of what you want to gain from your course will help you extract the most out of your time. And if you have a curly question you haven’t been able to answer, chances are your tutor may have the answer or a crafty solution.
Short Courses by CIT Solutions tutors are all professional hobby enthusiasts. They’ve had years of experience and practice at their craft and are ready to share their knowledge with you. They are also friendly, approachable and there to make your experience invaluable.
- Open yourself to meeting and mingling with like-minded others. When you’re in your course you can exchange ideas with your course mates, exchange social media friendship and even join a social group some may be a part of. This is such a great way to make new friends and enhance your craft through networking and connections.
It’s that simple! By using these 3 hacks you will not only learn the skills that you came for but take away a memorable and lasting experience.
If you’re as excited as we are you won’t need to remember these vital steps below but just in case, we’ve jotted them down.
- Ensure your enthusiasm is turned up a notch.
- Shift your willingness to learn into gear.
If you’re feeling positive, enthusiastic and open to new things you will naturally attract that positivity in return. This will lift the atmosphere and everyone around you will benefit from it. So keep those good vibes going!
Not enrolled in a short course yet but keen to browse what’s available? Take a look at all our courses here: shortcourses.cit.edu.au/courses/