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Moving Forward with Further Education

In the face of the credit crunch people have to work harder to be able to keep their jobs. Businesses are pulling out all the stops to remain afloat and in many cases this has meant that many people are being made redundant. Already thousands of employees of Lehman Brothers and other firms in similar predicaments have been laid off and are left searching for a way in which to improve their career prospects. Whether you’re a student, a post graduate, an intern or already a business executive further education can be the tool to give your CV an edge.

Further business education can be a costly investment and is a decision which requires much careful consideration. Before committing to a particular course or programme it’s crucial to weigh up the pros and cons to ensure that it’s the right decision for you and for your career. In many cases employers will be impressed by your dedication to your career. The qualification itself could also give you the key edge to make yourself noticed in the office, teaching you how to hone your business skills best. However, not all employers will value an educational qualification over concrete achievement in the workplace itself, so if you’re looking for a promotion or for a change of scenery and a new job, it’s important to make a careful assessment of your audience first.

When deciding to embark upon further business education, it’s also important to spend a while considering which organisation to study with. This is very personal decision and different people will benefit from different courses and establishments, but there are a few general rules to bear in mind. There are league tables for business schools available to read online as well as independent student reviews charting student satisfaction. Employers also often have recommendations for preferred schools and there are award systems, honouring the most effective courses. Ashridge are currently number one in the Financial Times’ business school ratings and have been near the top of the Economist’s league tables for 4 years.

However you decide to further your business career, remember that executive education is an effective option that could be the key to your next big break.