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Student Feedback

Life Coaching student Wai Ming (MA MSc MBA) currently works for a Singapore Life Coaching organisation, and has this to say about our Life Coaching course:
"[The course] provides a thorough introduction to the practices of Life Coaching. It provides very good learning materials and practical assignments at the end of each lesson. The comments from my tutor are always very encouraging and positive. The services from school administrative staff are excellent [and] the course is recognised by the Association of Coaching, UK."

Life coaching not only involves planning and engaging in processes to bring about change, it can also involve the life coach in motivating the client to accept the need for inner change in order to bring about outer change. In the end, the processes of recognising a need for change and for managing change may be even more valuable and contribute more to the personal growth of the client than the outcomes. To read a full course outline, click here.

Course News

Editing II is now online.
Learn to become a better editor or proof reader. This course can be used to edit books, newsletters, advertising material, correspondence or any other writing.

Human Nutrition I has undergone a major revision.
This course should be viewed as a starting point for persons wanting to work more specifically in the field of nutrition and also provides the individual with the knowledge needed to better manage their own diet, not just the diets of those around them.

Most Popular Courses Over the Last Week

Dairy Cattle
Farm Management
Food & Beverage Management
Human Anatomy & Physiology (Human Biology 1A)
Irrigation Management
Permaculture Systems
Water Conservation And Management

Marine Ebook Just Released!

With colour photos splashed throughout, this Marine Animals e-book is designed to provide a guide for some of the more common animals found in marine ecosystems around the world.

Ocean environments cover more than 70% of the earth's surface; therefore it is no wonder that they also contain almost 50% of all species on earth. The exact number of marine species in existence is not known as there are many areas of the ocean that remain unexplored. Scientists believe there are over 2.2 million species in our oceans. Over one million of these are marine animals. Marine animals can range significantly in size from microscopic krill through to the Blue Whale which is the largest animal to ever live on earth. The ocean environments they occupy can also vary from the intertidal zones along our coastlines through to the deepest depths of the oceans.

Find out more about this fascinating ebook - click here!

Happy Easter!

ACS Distance Education would like to wish all of our newsletter readers a safe and happy Easter. The ACS office will be closed Friday 6th April, and will re-open on Tuesday 10th April.

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