If someone had told me a few years ago that I would be out of Nigeria with my family in 2023, I would have argued it. The reason is that I grew up in a polygamous family where there was a lot of division amongst the children; my father had three wives and he was a poor farmer; that alone ruled out the possibility of being able to go to the university.
As the first son, I was opportune to write my SSCE, but I could not go any further. I was taken to a chemist shop as an apprentice in order to help with the family’s expenses as the first son.
I was at the chemist for a long time until I decided to relocate to Lagos, and things started getting better when I stepped foot in Lagos State. On a fateful afternoon, I was on Facebook one of those days after work. At this time, I was married with three kids, and even though life was a bit rough for us, we were living it out one step at a time.
I was surfing the net and stumbled upon a testimonial by Dr. Kelvin Alaneme, who had just helped a family of four travel via CareerEdu’s Care Work route.
I was impressed and went to CareerEdu’s page and stumbled on some more testimonials.
I contacted the company and they put me through all I need to know
I got right into it and finally opted for the special slot, and in less than two weeks, my COS arrived. That day was the happiest day of my life, and I owe everything to Dr. Kelvin Alaneme and the entire CareerEdu team.
Are you still wondering why you need to make CareerEdu your best bet? I didn’t attend university, and here I am living out my best possible life. I can assure you that making CareerEdu your travel plug will be the best decision you’ll make for your family.
It’s been almost a year in the UK, and it’s the best decision I have ever made. My children attend school free of charge, and life has been good.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT CAREEREDU’S CARE WORK PATHWAY
Recently, the CareerEdu community has been experiencing a surge in the issuance of Certificates of Sponsorship (COS) by foreign employees. A COS is a self-certifying electronic document that enables individuals to apply for a visa and be accepted into a company. In the past six weeks, CareerEdu has delivered over 50 COS to families and individuals, connecting them to prospective employers through the Care Work pathway.
To take advantage of these opportunities, all you need to do is subscribe to CareerEdu’s Care work package by paying N70,000 to the administrator in charge, Chisom. Once subscribed, you will have access to resources, including CV optimization, the application to 30 care jobs, preparation for interviews, and support during and after the interviews.
After receiving the COS, the next step is to package the necessary documents for your visa application, including the POF, police clearance, and TB results. Once the visa is granted, individuals can travel to the United Kingdom.
With CareerEdu, you always win!