The Stress of Meeting CE Requirements

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 11/14/19 9:00 AM

I remember my first run-in with the beast known as continuing education requirements. It still feels like yesterday, albeit the experience lasted several years. I wasn’t too far into my career before I realized that, if I was going to compete in the job market, I was going to need something to help set me apart from my peers. 

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Topics: continuing education

Top 5 Benefits of Continuing Education

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 11/7/19 9:00 AM

As a professional in any field, maintaining and enhancing your knowledge and skills are both benefits of continuing education. Of the countless gains, here are what VTR believes are the top five:

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Topics: continuing education, education, learning

Top 3 Options for Earning CE

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 10/31/19 9:00 AM

These days, there are many ways out there to obtain continuing education credits. Obviously, some are good and others are not so good. Let’s go over the options that are predominantly available to you and see how we can work them into your daily schedule:

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Topics: continuing education

Learning for Its Own Sake (Contemplation Four)

Posted by Braden Norwood on 2/5/19 9:00 AM

Tying It All Up

The previous three blogs in my series of contemplations have, admittedly, seemed somewhat random, and it might appear as if they have little to do with one another. So, I wanted to write one last piece to tie them together and explain how they interrelate. Let's talk about why learning is important.

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Topics: continuing education, philosophy, story based learning, contemplation

Udemy - A Short Review

Posted by Braden Norwood on 11/12/18 9:00 AM

The Evolution of Learning

The way we, as humans, learn seems constantly in flux. Not long ago, it was common for schoolrooms to host kindergartners through twelfth-graders alike. Even in the 1950s, there existed singular schoolrooms for children of all ages.

More recently, children grew up with different teachers each year, and if you had a background similar to myself, you might have been in a different building for each grade as well. But even now, the evolution of technology has spurred a simultaneous shift in the educational process, and learning looks quite different than it did even two decades ago.

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Topics: continuing education, courses, education, online education, Udemy, knowledge

Lost in Conversation

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 6/11/18 8:00 AM

Finding Your Passion

Let's face it - we've all been there before, enjoying our time hanging out with a group of well-respected peers and then the conversation goes off on a tangent about a topic we know nothing about. In just a matter of seconds you go from being a vital part of the dialogue to a wallflower because the new topic is foreign. You hope the conversation will circle back to what got you off topic, so you can continue to be a part of it. Unfortunately, the new topic has everyone completely and utterly absorbed.

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Topics: career guidance, continuing education, continuing education online, conversations, courses, mobile-friendly, online education

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