New Year, new learning

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The New Year brings about the renewing of the previous year's promises of getting into shape, travelling more, and enjoying the finer things in life. However, 2017 may enable you to try out something different, be it a new sport, a new pastime, or even an opportunity to enroll in a course to learn a new skill.

They say you never stop learning as you grow and there are number of courses out there that one can avail of to upgrade the CV and enhance job prospects. Even the plain old satisfaction of acquiring new knowledge can be enough to tempt people to participate in a class while meeting new people and friends.

Here at the advertiser.ie we decided to provide you with a few ideas of what could be of interest.

Learning a new language

Bonjour. Dos cervezas por favor. Danke schön. Trying out a new tongue can be a fun and fulfilling experience. As the world becomes smaller thanks to the internet, many employees tend to be getting ahead of the chasing pack because they are fluent in two or more languages. If that does not convince you, think about how easy it will be to order food and drink abroad if you have that language dictionary stored in your brain. You never know your teacher might even organise a little class trip away on the Continent.

If foreign languages are not your thing, remember we have the beautiful, poetic, Gaeilge here and there are many classes from which to choose. Síleann na cailíní go bhfuil mé deas dóighiúil, agus aontaím leo. You know what that means? Get yourself to a Conradh na Gaeilge class and find out.

Start making tunes

Music lessons are among the classes with the highest participation rate. Most people want to learn a new instrument for personal satisfaction whereas others just see it as a bit of craic while jamming with a few friends. There is a variety of lessons from which to choose and no matter what your instrument of choice, you can guarantee there will be a teacher.

It is also believed that playing an instrument benefits the brain as the activity engages practically every area of your grey matter. So why not become smarter while banging some cool tunes.

Stay safe

According to FirstAid.ie there are more than 8,000 accidents at the workplace reported every year across Ireland. Enrolling in a first aid course not only allows the participant to be confident in dealing with medical emergencies and learning teamwork but it could be the difference in a work colleague or family member living or dying.

So there you have it; a few ideas to improve ourselves. Remember the classes and subjects available are limitless so do not waste your free time and get learning.

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