Saturday, January 14, 2006

Recent career postings

Be aware of several recent career postings with upcoming deadlines:

  • Stanford University Libraries - Korean Cataloging Librarian.
  • Oxford University - University Lecturer, Korean History.
  • University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures - tenure-track Assistant Professor of Korean.
  • SUNY Binghamton - Area Studies Librarian for Asian and Asian-American Studies.
  • SUNY Binghamton - Catalog Librarian for Asian and Asian American Studies.

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Most are very, very expensive and others very cheap.
The trick of finding the right one is to look at the contents and what you get at the end of the course.
For example, a course costing thousands, and there are plenty of them about, need not necessarily prepare you to start a practice. You may find that at the end of it, there is further training, costing even more thousands, and all you have got at the end is a piece of paper saying you have completed the course.
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Hypnotherapy training is a minefield for those who do not use their common sense.
Ask yourself, what do you want from the course, knowledge or simply a qualification?
If it is knowledge, then look for the cheap courses, but beware, some of them are 'Cheap and Nasty' giving you a lot of nonsense about how you can hypnotise anyone and anything.
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Great blog though, makes me think I might even get a job at the end of my Korean degree haha.

peace.

 
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