Counter intuitively, more expensive course providers, are often actually thinking of you and your best interests, more so than cheaper providers. As mentioned previously, by charging a little extra, they’re able to provide you with the best possible service, most of the time your money is going towards developing the best product they can, with added bonuses which you will then benefit from.
Remember that learning centres don’t have to do this, in fact it would be easier for them to be like many other cheaper providers and not invest as much in creating quality courses, (as a lower price can entice more people and take less work for them to create) they do it because they genuinely care about helping learners succeed.
Some less expensive courses are only interested in getting the sales and not what’s best for the individual, they won’t have any qualms about selling you one of their courses, even if it isn’t 100% right for you, because they need to sell as many courses as possible to make up revenue.
In contrast, because they know that choosing the right course is a big deal and constitutes a real commitment, and they don’t need to sell as many products to break even, more expensive providers often are much more inclined to want to support you as a professional and on a human level even if that means losing a sale. They recognise paying that bit extra is a tough decision and they won’t try to lure you into a course just to try and make money off you if it isn’t the right course for you and if you do decide to go with them, you know you’ll get the 5 star treatment as they want to deliver on what you’ve paid for.
Many more expensive providers like MMC, will even offer personalised calls to help you make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision.
It’s important to choose a study centre which is genuinely trying to help you and won’t try to trap you into a course which isn’t right for you.