Too young to retire, but ready for a change-up?

At the young age of 25, the world’s number 1 female tennis player Ash Barty, decided to announce her retirement. It wasn’t injury, controversy or a loss of love for the sport. In her own words,

“… It’s hard to say, but I am so happy, and I’m so ready, and I just know at the moment in my heart [that] for me as a person, this is right.”

In her announcement Ash went on to say that she’ll “never stop loving tennis.” 

“There was just a little part of me that wasn’t quite satisfied, wasn’t quite fulfilled.”

We all find ourselves in that position at times. Sometimes we don’t have the option to simply retire early and move on to the next thing. Family obligations, finance, social commitments and more can put a dampener on any internal urging we have to try something different.

There are ways to experience new adventures without burning everything else to the ground first though. For example, many experienced workers are finding a new lease of life through the Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment (TAE40116). What this qualification is allowing people to do is take their scope of knowledge, qualification and experience and apply it to training people who are coming into the industry. This applies to everyone from hairdressers to electricians. 

Talk to us now about how we can help you to make this happen.