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6 Educational Apps That Will Help You Study

In this digital world, technology has become like a second brain for students in classrooms across Australia. Every student has a smart phone, tablet or laptop now. But did you know these could be turned into effective learning tools and resources in Education? With the help of online apps, students are now catering to their … Read More

How To Help Children With Learning Disabilities In The Classroom

Children with learning disabilities often require extra attention and support during classroom activities. Typically, children with learning disabilities have normal intelligence but face issues when it comes to developing reading, writing, and mathematical skills. As an early childhood educator, providing the best quality assistance to children with learning difficulties is extremely important. An early childhood … Read More

How to Use Social Media to Promote Your Business: Part 1

In 2017, if your business isn’t online then it might as well not exist.  In this new digital age, traditional marketing methods alone aren’t enough to effectively drive lead generation and sales within a business. The world is now connected 24/7 via social media, bringing people, businesses and services on opposite sides of the globe … Read More

National Day of Real Play – 8 Fun Outdoor Activities for Children

Tomorrow, the 5th of June, is official National Day of Real Play! This annual celebration encourages parents, caregivers and children all around Australia to get up, turn the TV off and be active. This day is important because it celebrates the benefits of outside play on kids’ health and happiness. Real play is about letting children’s … Read More

How to Prepare for a Job Interview in 10 Simple Steps

It’s natural to be nervous in the lead up of an interview. Everyone feels that way.  Like every other applicant you want to wow the interviewer, make a great impression and show them you are the best candidate for the role. But how do you do that? How do you separate yourself from the competition … Read More

Students Quick Guide to E-Learning

For students who work full-time or have other personal commitments studying online is a great way learn and create pathways to higher education.   If you are a student interested in studying online, or a student commencing online study, take a look at this online study guide to E-Learning for helpful tips and advice:   What … Read More

16 Ways To Spend your Saturday in Brisbane

Brisbane is one of Australia’s most thriving study destinations. Known for its warm welcome to international students, low-crime rates, safety, beautiful weather, cheap cost of living and respect for multiculturalism; many international students choose to study abroad in Brisbane every year. In between growing your career options and kick-starting your professional journey at Queensford College, … Read More

How Rochelle Switched Careers to Land Her Dream Job In Aged Care

Last month, Queensford College student Rochelle graduated with a Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing). After having worked as a massage beauty therapist, Rochelle decided she wanted a job that was more fulfilling. Realising her passion for personal care, Rochelle decided to change her life and begin a career in aged care. The good news is; … Read More

How To Start A Successful YouTube Channel

According to Brand Watch, an online intelligence service, the world watches one billion hours of YouTube every single day! If you are interested in establishing an online presence or building a business, YouTube is a great place to start! Knowing how to run a successful YouTube channel, combined with the skills and knowledge gained through … Read More

7 Reasons You Should Start a Career in Community Services

This week, people across Australia will come together to celebrate National Volunteer Week – a week dedicated to acknowledging the generous contribution of our nations volunteers. Running from May 8th – 14th, this annual celebration is a reminder of the role community services play, in keeping neighbourhoods and communities across Australia thriving. Considered ‘heroes in … Read More