This course provides training in the use of office applications in word processing and spreadsheet software at a beginner level. Learners will learn correct keyboarding techniques to create a range of workplace documents which may include letters, reports, flyers, budgets, basic formulas and charts. … [Read more...] about Know the ‘perfect’ resume formula, start a free TAFE course and update your LinkedIn profile: Careers expert reveals her top tricks for making yourself as ’employable’ as possible on the other side of COVID-19 isolation
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But if history is written by the winners, then Jordan’s participation in his own hagiography is fair play, especially if the alternative meant the unseen footage that comprises the narrative spine of The Last Dance would have remained locked away in the league’s New Jersey vault. No one won more or gave more of himself doing it – and not without the cost of personal relationships that is hinted at but is never far off. … [Read more...] about Michael Jordan was years ahead of his game. The Last Dance showed that he still is
The philosopher AC Grayling wrote that the litmus test of liberty is the ID card. The shadow home secretary, David Davis, agrees and has made a welcome stand against the scheme, explaining that not only will it be vastly expensive but that it is unlikely to make us any safer from terrorism or identity theft. People are coming round to his view. Nick Clegg, a candidate in the Lib Dem leadership contest, says that he would rather face court proceedings than register for an ID card. Battling Boris Johnson has said something similar. Would you go as far as Mr Clegg and your London mayoral candidate? Yours sincerely, Henry Porter … [Read more...] about So, Mr Cameron, what would you do with our liberties?
A survey last year found that almost 4 million British adults never read books for pleasure, and as in Pellerin’s case, a lack of time was the dominant factor. In Britain, 4 million people (perhaps that same 4 million, it’s not inconceivable) are working more than 48 hours a week, with one in 25 men working more than 60 hours a week. Men generally read less than women, and our long hours culture is undoubtedly a factor. The man I live with is usually too exhausted to read more than a couple of pages in the evenings. Instead, like many people I have met, he stores up the things he wants to read, then binges during his time off. Yet if we Britons spend our holidays hungrily gobbling up our annual quota of words and ideas from a sun lounger, doesn’t it show that, despite worrying literacy figures, we do still want to read, and learn, and explore fictional worlds? … [Read more...] about Love reading but don’t have the time? Stop making excuses
It would be jolly to think that this was a kind of revolutionary reaction to the traditional autumn onslaught of Strictly, The X Factor, I’m a Celebrity … and the bladdy Apprentice – an advent reality-TV endurance test that leaves viewers not so much counting down the days until Father Christmas arrives, as until Simon Cowell disappears – but the reality is more complicated. While the television might be making an exit from our homes, the content is not necessarily leaving with it. … [Read more...] about The TV is dead, long live television