Associate degreeI am Alex Edwards, an American student from Tujunga, California on the associate degree program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. Throughout the “How To Effectively Handle Work” apprenticeship, I realized that even though the tools you learn from the course are simple, they produce magnificent results in the field of work and life. I saw this firsthand as I helped others handle their work that was overwhelming them. Whether the help came as recognizing and handling confusions with ease or as regaining control of a tool or machine that one was having difficulty with, the results were impressive. As I finished each section of the apprenticeship I was filled with joy. Why? Because each person I worked with on the apprenticeship got something useful out of it! The tools that I introduced them to in order to handle work had totally increased their productivity and efficiency. One executive, for example, was having trouble with a number of confusions in her work area. Specifically, her job was to train new agents so that they quickly became full-fledged associates. Unfortunately, there were many problems needing to be overcome in accomplishing that, thus bogging her down. Thanks to one of the tools that I learned in the “How To Effectively Handle Work” course, we were able to work out how to handle each of those difficulties.  More than that, the apprenticeship included getting her to a point where she could apply the tool herself. When I was finished working with her, she was happy, quite relieved and eager to have my help on other management areas that this apprenticeship covers. Finally, I realized that the knowledge of these basic tools of how to effectively handle work is widely absent from the workplace.  As a consequence, work is more trying that it should be. Because of its absence, many businesses that have been in business for decades are closing their doors. It’s simple; if every business were to apply the tools included in the “How To Effectively Handle Work” course, they would be more successful. I’ve seen these tools in action. I’ve seen the results—they work wonders. When I imagine a world where this administrative technology is applied on a grand scale, I don’t see any depression. Instead I see happy employees, efficient executives and businesses that continue to thrive in perpetuity. Hubbard College of Administration is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students.  I am currently on the “Formulas for Business Success” course.