Issue 25 December 2017, out now!
In this issue:
We profile on Marty Steel, Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety student who has been based in Eastern Turkey for the past 18 months as a humanitarian de-miner but has still found a way to study with SIT2LRN. Being in a high security area means he has to deal with internet challenges but he's still determined to complete his SIT2LRN studies.
For Certificate in Small Business graduate Yvette Le Clerc, the motivation came from reading articles SITUATION about other students putting aside personal challenges and various issues to achieve their study goals.
A desire to gain New Zealand qualifications and to better understand the health and safety culture in his adopted country meant SIT2LRN was an obvious choice for Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety student Johan Venter. A background in emergency services work in South Africa meant a move into health and safety was a logical step, and he’s now a big advocate of SIT2LRN’s course.
Someone who is learning all about motivating others is Diploma in Professional Coaching student Lina Leitane. She knows it’s difficult to juggle everything but believes choosing something that you’re passionate about means the motivation required to complete the study will be there.
We hope that you enjoy this latest issue of SITUATION!
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