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The Financial Weight of University Compared to a Training Course with The Training Room

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Why spend 3 years of your life in University building up loan after loan, chasing the same career that can be reached in 6 weeks with us here at The Training Room?

The infographic shown here aims to showcase the costly differences between taking a 3 year university degree course versus a 6 week course with us here at The Training Room.

Often, the desire to do what you love is tagged with needing a university degree, when in reality, university is not the only answer. In fact, university courses come with a plethora of fees, and timely demands over a three year period as shown above. Taking a course with The Training Room provides you with the same opportunity of turning your passion into a viable career. With a mere one off course fee, and minimal accommodation and living costs, we offer you the training you need to succeed in both your educational and professional career.

Fun facts found in our research: 37% of students said they were regretful in their decision to attend university solely based on the financial burden that follows. 49% of them said their university degree had no bearing on their current employment. Equally astounding was that 6% of first year students didn’t continue on to their second year.

So don’t place the strain of financing for university on your shoulders, jump-start your career with a training course here at The Training Room and fast forward to your future as a professional in your desired field.

Why spend 3 years of your life in University building up loan after loan, chasing the same career that can be reached in 6 weeks with us here at The Training Room? The infographic shown here aims to showcase the costly differences between taking a 3 year university degree course versus a 6 week course with us here at The Training Room. Often, the desire to do what you love is tagged with needing a university degree, when in reality, university is not the only answer. In fact, university courses come with a plethora of fees, and timely demands over a three year period as shown above. Taking a course with The Training Room provides you with the same opportunity of turning your passion into a viable career. With a mere one off course fee, and minimal accommodation and living costs, we offer you the training you need to succeed in both your educational and professional career. Fun facts found in our research: 37% of students said they were regretful in their decision to attend university solely based on the financial burden that follows. 49% of them said their university degree had no bearing on their current employment. Equally astounding was that 6% of first year students didn’t continue on to their second year. So don’t place the strain of financing for university on your shoulders, jump-start your career with a training course here at The Training Room and fast forward to your future as a professional in your desired field.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 40%
Design - 60%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 70%

61%

Final Grade

The side-by-side layout of this infographic creates a naturally digestible dynamic -- with university degrees on the left and The Training Room on the right, viewers can easily compare. In terms of being standalone, however, it is important to note 2 things: 1) That there is very little visual indication that the subject is education, leaving the viewer to read the text to understand this, and 2) That beginning with "TTR" as the abbreviation for the company name and never explaining it within the infographic is confusing. Unfamiliar viewers would need to refer to external text to understand what TTR is, and may instead just think it's talking about any personal training course. Also, in some cases, data visualization would have worked extremely well — using graphs to show the difference in cost, for example, would drive home the point of TTR's cost effectiveness. Finally, be sure to include an introduction and conclusion, instead of diving into the stats and ending abruptly. In all, we'd give this a D-; the user still has to read to understand both the subject at large and each of the points, but the concept of the layout is thoughtful.

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