It's time for Jo to go back to school. I always swore to myself that I'd keep learning even after graduating - gotta keep the old noggin sharp, you know.
My dilemma now lies in which courses to take, and whether to take them for personal interest or career purposes. Not that I'm not interested in the career-focused classes, I'm just more interested in learning more about, say, cooking and Japanese than I am about perfecting interview techniques. I have this problem of stumbling around, sounding extremely awkward when I have to ask uncomfortable questions. And then I fail at persisting in finding those answers when people don't give me what I want.
I need to take courses because I don't have the motivation and/or discipline to do it on my own. And sometimes, you need an instructor to give you some guidance. Books just don't do it for me.
So here are my options! what say you, fellow reader(s)?
- Photography seminar - $200 (1 wknd)
- Cooking seminar - $150 (1 day)
- Japanese - $300 (full term)
- Mandarin - $300 (full term)
- Web design - $500 (full term)
- Interview skills - $500 (full term)