This month is all about loving. But we are staying away from soppy Valentine’s posts. Instead, we’re focusing on helping you to find out what YOU love! If you love people, and, if you dream of a career that involves making people happy every day, then this blog article is for you.

1. Travel Agent

As a travel agent, you’ll be arranging trips for clients, making sure that they have the best experience possible. You might be tasked with arranging once-in-a-lifetime trips such as honeymoons or special family getaways. If you do your job well, then you’ll be putting smiles on peoples’ faces every day, creating magical memories that your clients will cherish forever. You can start your journey towards becoming a travel agent by studying a tourism course

2. Hotel Manager

As a hotel manager, you might get to work and live in a beautiful location, while treating guests to a wonderful visit. Your job will be to ensure that your guests’ specific needs are catered for. They might want you to recommend restaurants or arrange activities that they can take part in, or to be given pampering service and relaxation. You are striving to make their stay at the hotel everything that they expected and more! Hospitality courses are perfect if you want to start preparing yourself for a career in this field.   

3. Events Planner

Events planners make peoples’ dreams a reality every day! You could be arranging special events such as weddings, anniversary celebrations and birthday parties, ensuring that your clients and their guests have an unforgettable time. From setting the scene with the perfect décor, to keeping everyone satisfied with delicious food and drink, it’s highly rewarding when everything comes together. You can start learning events management skills with a skills certificate.

4. Beauty Therapist

Do you enjoy the thought of making people feel beautiful, pampered and good about themselves? If this sounds like you, then you should consider becoming a beauty therapist. In this creative profession, you’ll be spoiling guests to facial or nail treatments, or getting them all dolled up for big events such as weddings or matric balls. Seeing the end results of your work, along with the happiness it gives your client, is a wonderful feeling! Start gaining beauty therapy skills with a short course.  

5. Community Services Manager

Community services managers are employed in government departments, medical facilities or private companies, overseeing initiatives that serve communities. You might, for example, be tasked with ensuring that schools receive food every day as part of a nutrition programme, or that needy people receive their social benefits. There is no job more important, or more rewarding, than uplifting a community! Public sector management courses could prepare you for a job in a government department that deals with community services.

6. Public Relations Officer

As a public relations officer, you will be the voice of your company, helping with publicity campaigns, press releases, promotional events and other aspects of dealing with the public, the media and clients. If you’re a strong communicator and love working with people, then being a public relations officer will suit you perfectly. Gain the skills and knowledge you need with a public relations course.

At Oxbridge Academy, we love making people happy too! Whichever course you choose, whether it be a national certificate or a short course, we’re ready to provide the support you need. We do everything possible to make our students’ dreams become a reality. Don’t forget, we are the college that CARES!