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Humanities Student publishes book on Finishing your Qualification in Record Time

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PhD student in Social Sciences Mr Sanele Gamede hopes that his second book, Finishing your Qualification in Record Time, a Student Guide will assist learners and students.

‘The book addresses two problems I have been researching for more than eight years, namely, choosing the right career as a learner and finishing your chosen career/qualification in record time. Your career choice influences finishing your qualification,’ said Gamede. ‘The book consists of two parts. Part 1 is for learners and it provides a guide on how to choose a career. Part 2 is directed towards tertiary students and offers suggestions on finishing your qualification in record time.’ 

Gamede is a Youth Life and a Career Coach, a Lecturer at Varsity College, author of The Graduate Pack, A Practical Guide for Job Seekers and the Founder and CEO of Ilada Holdings, a personal development and training company. ‘I hope that the government can make two copies available to each public library, especially in rural areas, so that learners and students can access it,’ he added.

The book can be purchased at Pro Visions Books, Adams Booksellers, Van Schaik Bookstore or via www.rurl.co.za/record

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