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I want to become a podiatrist but may have missed the boat. Mother of two new career

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Thomcat78, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. Thomcat78

    Thomcat78 Welcome New Poster


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    I am unsure of this is the correct place to post so apologies in advance.

    I am very keen to start a new career as a podiatrist. It had always been of interest to me but my parents put me off many years ago. I’m now 40, with a 2.1 BA Hons in marketing And graphic design and a life time of offices and dull meetings under my belt.

    I can’t go back to university full time as I have two small children at school but am willing to put in the study time over a number of years as required. If I don’t do this now I will never do it.

    Is anyone out there in the same position OR had come through the podiatry route later in life as a change of career? Any ways I can tackle it. Surrey / Sussex based
     
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