Learning the skills you need on a flexible schedule
Between work and family obligations, finding time to fit classes into the mix can be a challenge. You shouldn’t let your busy schedule stop you from pursuing a career that you’re passionate about.
Schools like Professional Skills Institute are aware that our students have other commitments they can’t postpone, and that’s why schools offer night school to accommodate as many schedules as possible. There are many advantages to continuing your education through night school.
Earn while you learn
Over 70% of students in America maintain a job while taking classes. If you opt for night school, you won’t be forced to choose between professional and academic goals. Even full-time employees working a traditional work day can still fit classes into their days.
Even if you don’t have a full-time job, choosing night school can free up your schedule so that you can fit in a part-time job, an internship or some extracurricular activities into your day.
Study during the day
Studying and preparing for class can seem like a job in and of itself. Pulling an “all-nighter,” meaning studying through the night, is a term many students are all too familiar with. However, studying during the late-night hours can be damaging for your physical and mental well-being.
Students who choose to take the night school route have time to study throughout the day as opposed to staying up all night and being tired the next day. Caffeine and sleep deprivation aren’t productive habits, and students with evening classes may be able to skirt them with their alternative schedule. Some students also prefer learning at night versus during the day. If you’re more of a night owl, then night school could be the perfect choice for you.
Smaller class sizes
Daytime classes tend to have more students than night classes, and with smaller class sizes, come a few advantages.
With fewer students in class, you are able to receive more one-on-one instruction that can ultimately help to enhance your strengths and improve your weaknesses. Smaller classes sizes offer a greater opportunity to participate and build a diverse community among your classmates. At night school, some of your classmates may be embarking on a second career while others may hold a job during the day. These different vantage points can be helpful in developing your soft skills through networking.
Does night school sound like a fit for you? Visit Professional Skills Institute today or give us a call at 800-216-5770 to schedule a visit to our campus.