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Training

So Many Ways To Train

There are so many options for training in different fields in the UK, it's difficult to pinpoint all of them. This being the case, it's important to realize that most of the techniques used to complete training are transferable from one field to the next, and so they can be looked at generally.

1. College or University training.
This kind of training takes place once a student has completed secondary school, generally around the age of eighteen. One would be expected to have earned certain marks in their subjects at school, although in some cases mature students return to college or university years after their secondary school graduation. In these cases, they might have to obtain qualifications before going into the university or college.

The result of attending a college or university will be a qualification in the field you have been pursuing. For example, attending a university will usually result in earning a BA or a BFA over the course of a three or four year program. Some universities encourage their students to attend college prior to undertaking their undergraduate studies.

2. Placement training.
For many jobs, even if a BA or BFA is not required, one might find that on-the-job placements are available for assistance with training. This takes place most often in trades where a professional license is not required, or where vocational training might be able to take the place of more formal education.

3. Company training.
Large corporations often run their own training programs, which must be completed whether a candidate comes to them with degree from a university or without ever having graduated from high school. In this case, the corporation wants to transmit their culture to their new hire, and wants to ensure that the new hire is well-versed in the ways that the company operates before letting them interact with customers. This kind of training is most frequently used in global corporations which want to present a consistent image across numerous countries and cities.

These are just a few of the types of training that can lead to employment within the United Kingdom; what's fascinating is that for many career paths, there is no one single way that can guarantee success in that field. Instead, each person who wants to begin making a living in a particular field must do the best they can no matter which training option they decide on.