Real Life Guide: Working Outdoors by Camilla Zajac
  

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Real Life Guide: Working Outdoors by Camilla Zajac

The Real Life Guide to Working Outdoors looks in detail at what it takes to train for, get into and be successful at this hands-on career. Presented in a lively and informative format, this guide motivates both school leavers and adults by providing candid but rich advice from people who work in the industry, as well as practical advice on what qualifications you need to succeed. The book includes chapters on jobs in the land-based and environment sectors, the personal qualities needed to succeed, pay holidays and promotion, and training and resources. The Real Life Guide to Working Outdoors allows you to gain every possible insight into the industry in order to determine whether it's the right career area for you. The book also features a frank description of the career, including the highs and lows of the job; top tips from those working within the industry; examples of typical working days; advice on qualifications, training, work experience and where to look for jobs; guidance on the skills and strengths needed; a quiz to explore aptitude and relevant skills; information on the job opportunities available and a list of contacts and resources for further information. Real Life Guides are practical guides for practical people. Each guide looks in detail at what it takes to train for, get into and be successful at a wide range of hands-on careers. Real Life Guides aim to inform and inspire you by providing comprehensive yet hard-hitting information about what it takes to succeed in these fields.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Camilla Zajac
More books by Camilla Zajac

Publisher

Trotman Publishing an imprint of Crimson Publishing
www.crimsonpublishing.co.uk

Publication date

20th November 2008

ISBN

9781844551569


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