Training courses are a lesser known ‘gem’ when it comes to gaining practical skills in a career of your choice. Training courses are usually a service that you have to pay for, and will include you going in to a business/organisation and learning on the job about skills and tasks involved in the job role.
The main difference between a work experience and a training course apart from one being free & the other being a paid service is that training courses are designed specifically to teach you and develop your skill set in that field; you will generally have a dedicated mentor who you will work with throughout the course on live projects within the business. Some courses may not have the caopacity to offer live projects for you to work on but will provide an experienced mentor who you will spend your time with learning and mastering the tasks involved in a career.
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