I studied at technical school - if that is still what it is called.
I did the "leaving" as it was called in those days, and then went on to Tech in Ultimo in NSW!
I HAD wanted to become a kindergarten teacher but after I met my husband to be, I dropped that as he lived in Perth and I lived in Sydney and I would have had to sign a bond in those days to work in Sydney for years.
Not that I am still with him now! LOL
I did 6 years of part time study at Theological College.Could have done it 3 year full time....but had a young child.Loved every second, learnt a great deal..I wanted to go back and do more, but after 15-16 yrs in jails....That washed me out.Well worth it would not have change a thing :)
I went to Tafe & did a 6 month introduction To Business Management course. I was hopeless! I was more interested in repainting my nails every night to match what I was going to be wearing the day! I only did the course because a friend told me I could do it, but even my friend was shocked at what I had to do in the course. 6 subjects in 6 months.I hadn't known I'd have to be doing essays & taking exams at the end of it! I also did a 1 term floral arranging course, which I dropped out of when we were told we'd have to bring our own flowers to there course. I did a 1 term cake decorating course, & Left that. I did stick out a 6 month or 12 month sketching course, one day a week, which I was VERY hopeless at, but I enjoyed it anyway.
NO uni for me, wasn't the done thing in my day LOL - I don't regret not going - some people go to uni and still dont know anything - I would have been a rebellious type anyway - I learned on the way and attained computer skills that keep me out of mischief for many years!
Attended various 'hobby' TAFE Courses years' ago. Much enjoyed.
I consider my various work/career Courses equivalent to TAFE.
These were many, prob nearly 400 over 45 years', ranging from easy to extremely difficult.
I was fortunate in that the main ones' I studied, whose Pass mark was always min 85%, I passed with 'Honours', & I was usually class 'Dux'.
It helped in that I loved my work, & never found it a difficulty at any time.