E-Learning

A bit about E-Learning

 

E-learning

Unlike class-based training, with our e-learning (or online training as it’s known to some people) you do not have to worry about keeping up with the teacher or the rest of the class.  If there is something you do not understand, you can rewind a lesson, pause or ask your online tutor.  Not only this, you can do it anytime of the day you like, from any location providing you have access to a PC and internet connection.

 

Often with class-based learning, if there are exams involved, you may have to sit these at the same time as your peers, which you may not be ready for.  With online learning, it’s all self-paced. You decide when you’re ready to sit the exams.

 

3 Benefits of E-Learning

 

1. Convenience
Online learning offers unparalleled convenience for people who are busy with other commitments and cannot find the time to attend classes.  Courses can be accessed at home or wherever there’s an internet connection.  This can save not only time, but expenses too that are associated with travel to and from the learning venue.

 

2. Self-Paced
For some people, it can be difficult to keep up with the pace of the class in a class-based environment. This can lead to anxiety and can affect output. Online learning allows a student to set their own pace.  He or she can decide how much they want to learn on a given day and arrange their curriculum around their own schedule.

 

Accessibility
3. Accessibility
Because e-learning only requires a PC (or web connected device) and internet connection, training courses can be accessed virtually anywhere in the world and at any time of the day. What this means is that your ability to access knowledge is only a few clicks away… regardless of where you are… on a ship, a train, a bus, a friend’s house.  You’ll always have total accessibility.