Advantages Many different courses in a lot of subjects, taking your time to complete the course, the material is easy to read and understand.
Disadvantages It might be a bit expensive if you are in a low budget to do more than one course at time
Now that I'm getting older I've discovered what my bad habits are and one of them is that ….I'm enjoying study and learning new things. I guess I've got to that point of life, in which I'd either change my career or buy a new pension plan and start making arrangements about my funeral. So I've chosen the first option.This year I've enrolled in the Open University to start my psychology studies and the British School of Yoga (What? Who?) for a couple more. A little bit different I guess, as well as with a writing school for a crash course in becoming a successful writer or at least improving your writing skills if you got any of course.
So now I would like to introduce you to the British School of Yoga which isn't so much an online school but more like a home study course at your own time.According to their description: "whether you want to start a new career, improve your job prospects or lifestyle, or benefit the lives of others, you'll find there's a BSY Group home-study course it help you achieve your goals".
Well I'm all for home based studies as I'm working at the moment full time to meet ends and bills so I've decided when accidentally ended up at their site to have a look at their range of courses. And I was very impressed.They offer over 200 courses in subjects like Yoga - Alternative Health Therapies (Massage, Reflexology, Hypnotherapy, Aromatherapy, Psychic Development, etc), Stress and Counselling (Stress Management, Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, etc), Self Improvement, Management Studies ((Team Management, Time & Priority Management, etc), Sports and Fitness (Physical Fitness, Karate, Sport Massage, etc), General Interest (Parenting Skills, Social behaviour, Interior Design, Shamanism, Sociology, etc), Beauty Therapy, New Age Foundation Courses (Astrology, Palmistry, Tarot and Cartomancy, Feng Shui and many more) and of course Writing courses.
The courses have different levels from beginners to more advanced and the average for each course is usually between 6 to 12 lessons maximum.
At the moment I'm doing two courses of ten lessons each.
Some of the courses include one day of practise or training for which they will inform you very early so you've got plenty of time to book and get prepared.The courses are at reasonable prices, between £145 to £180 and some of them a bit cheaper if the lessons of course are less in numbers.
There is also the BSY club, which if you join you get lots of discounts in books, workshops, crystals, herbs oils and many more.At the moment I'm doing Aromatherapy and Crystal Healing and I'm looking forward to my training day in March. It feels like I've started a new way of living and earning and I've seen quite a few other courses in which I would like to have a go as well at some point in the near future.
Many interesting and different subjects under one School, definitely I recommend it.
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