Prioritising Wisely: Time Management for Mature Students

Becoming More Effective in Undergraduate Study
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  • Lectures 6
  • Length 26 mins
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 4/2016 English

Course Description

This course is designed for adult learners who are going to university for the first time or are planning to return to study after some time away from education. As a mature student in the contemporary world of education, there are many new things to learn besides your chosen subject of study. One of the key skills you must learn is how to utilise your time in order to meet your academic goals. Time management is something students of all ages can master with practice and discipline. This course is designed to help you get on the right path before becoming a student or give you some strategies for improving your time management skills as a mature student in general. 

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Prepare for time management at university
  • Learn strategies for success in undergraduate study
  • Identify personal vision and strengths in respect to time management

Who is the target audience?

  • People who wish to enrol on a UK undergraduate degree and will be a mature student (over 21 years old) when the course begins.

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Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: A Winning Approach
Challenge Limiting Beliefs
Know Your Outcome
Attitude and Habits
High Value Tasks
Section 3: Conclusion
Becoming More Effective - Musts, Shoulds, Coulds

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Alix Hanson, Director of First Class Coaching

We are committed to creating a world where everyone realises their potential to learn, achieve and become successful. We believe in the transformative power of education and the fulfilment (and fun) that comes from making informed choices and taking aligned action toward academic goals. 

Unlike colleges and universities which lack the time and resource to provide this specialist service and mostly offer generic, remedial provision, First Class Coaching is committed to helping individuals access their own methods and strategies in order to get the results they want.

We provide academic coaching because it is needed by many learners who are underserved by institutions they may attend. Rather than “tutoring” or “study support”, we focus on establishing a winning relationship with clients in order to help them meet specific academic needs. Working with an academic coach, students examine their progress, find solutions, set goals and take action leading to success. Coaching focuses on personal development, goal-setting, motivation, study skills, employability, resource connection, and campus engagement.

We act as a supportive third party helping students get the best out of their learning environment in a range of scenarios. Most importantly, we offer what universities and colleges simply do not – high quality academic coaching with personal empowerment and success in mind.

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