Do you love animals? Have you ever considered turning your passion into a profitable profession? We have some very good news for you: you don’t need to study many years to become a veterinary! If you want to work with animals, there are so many other occupations that you could do. Having the right set of skills and a positive attitude, the animal care industry offers nowadays so many opportunities: from wildlife hospital nurse to companion animal groomer, find out with this visualisations the range of possibilities opened up for you.
This infographic by Open Colleges can guide you to take the first steps in the animal care industry. It visualises some interesting facts and figures about this exciting sector. For instance, did you know there are more women than men employed in the animal care industry? Or, that there are over 15 different types of roles you could apply for? If you like looking after animals, bathing them, exercising and playing with them outdoors, this thrilling career might be right for you.
In this infographic, it is explained that the number of pets in Australia is very high, being dogs the most common pet, with 39% of households owning a dog. On top of that, this trend can be observed all over the world and number will continue to increase during the next years. This is why if you like animals and you are planning to start your career in this area, it may be a perfect moment to make a decision and take the first steps towards what you really want to do. You can check with this infographic if you have what you need to start your career in this sector and, otherwise, figure out what complementary qualifications you’ll need to get your dream job as soon as possible.
Are you a teacher, a student or simply interested in learning technologies? Do you wonder how long ago does education technology date back to? In that case, this infographic is for you! Open Colleges has visualised this amazing timeline to help you understand the main milestones during the history of ed-tech and how we are using it nowadays.
Technology in the classroom and in other areas of education is becoming increasingly important. Teachers and other professionals in the education industry have already been using technology for a number of years, in order to improve the learning process in today’s society. When we think about education technology, what first comes to our mind is modern technology, such as laptops or tablets, which is what we know as e-Learning tools. However, education technology dates back to 6,000 years ago when Egyptians used hieroglyphics as an education system to teach phrases, laws and rules in order to keep them permanently by transmitting them from generation to generation.
This infographic is a journey through time. It visualizes the most important landmarks in learning and helps us understand the history of ed-tech and how education technology has evolved during the course of human history. The visualization also opens the horizon to start thinking about how will new innovative technologies be applied in the future of education.
The Evolution of Learning Technologies, an infographic by Open Colleges.
Do you have a passion for fashion? Can you spend hours looking through fashion magazines? If you think that your career may be in the fashion industry but you are not sure where to start, this infographic is right for you. It visualises some interesting facts about working in the fashion industry, as well as the skills you need, if you want to start your career in this fascinating area. This infographic by Open Colleges also explains the different type of roles you can apply for within the industry and it describes the relevant courses you can take to become a fashion designer. Check it out and take the first step towards your dream job. Your Career in the Fashion Industry by Open Colleges
Do you find rewarding helping others? Would you like to start a career in disability? This infographic by Open Colleges visualises the skills you need to get a job in the disability industry and reveals the type of roles you can play to help others. You will also find out some interesting facts on disability and relevant courses to get the right qualifications.