Flexible and Distance Learning … What are the benefits?

The Benefits of Distance Learning

Distance learning enables students to learn online, rather than attend physical classes and means students are able to work from their own homes.

Flexible Study

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Studying from home mean increased flexibility. At The Learning College we offer blended learning, meaning that you have a mixture of different learning styles to cater for all abilities. There is no dress code and no fixed hours! The only thing you need is a computer, laptop or tablet that is connected to the internet. Not attending classes means that you can study in your free time to comply with work commitments and lifestyle. All of our course material can be reviewed as often as you need!

Self-paced Learning

Every student is different. Some people learn quickly others it takes time to absorb information. With our online study, there is reduced pressure as you can study at your own pace, take breaks when required and keep organised throughout (see our blog on keeping organised through distance learning).

Lower Costs

Our online learning courses means that there are no additional costs unlike classroom studying. Due to the no classroom overheads, we are able to pass the savings onto our students! There are also no travel costs for our students.

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Better Tutor Support

If you have questions related to your course you can email your tutor directly, who is able to take as much time as required to answer your questions thoroughly.

A Range of courses to choose from

The Learning College offers a wide range of education courses, with two different Awarding Bodies CACHE and TQUK. Our courses range from Level 2 to Level 4, ensuring that you Education Qualification is sufficient for employment.

Self-Discipline

Where students are not attending physical classes, self-discipline is required to ensure you’re managing your time and assessments.

Accessible to all

accessible to all

Online classes are accessible to everyone. Some learning providers where physical classes take place, wheel chair access is not provided, although there is a passing of legislation.

At The Learning College, we support our students from start to finish. If there is a course that you have been looking at but unsure of what is required of you, please get in touch with us today 01785 336 464 or info@thelearningcollege.co.uk

Flexible and Distance Learning … What are the benefits?

Posted: 18th Dec 20 10:59 AM

The Benefits of Distance Learning

Distance learning enables students to learn online, rather than attend physical classes and means students are able to work from their own homes.

Flexible Study

working

Studying from home mean increased flexibility. At The Learning College we offer blended learning, meaning that you have a mixture of different learning styles to cater for all abilities. There is no dress code and no fixed hours! The only thing you need is a computer, laptop or tablet that is connected to the internet. Not attending classes means that you can study in your free time to comply with work commitments and lifestyle. All of our course material can be reviewed as often as you need!

Self-paced Learning

Every student is different. Some people learn quickly others it takes time to absorb information. With our online study, there is reduced pressure as you can study at your own pace, take breaks when required and keep organised throughout (see our blog on keeping organised through distance learning).

Lower Costs

Our online learning courses means that there are no additional costs unlike classroom studying. Due to the no classroom overheads, we are able to pass the savings onto our students! There are also no travel costs for our students.

Sheila tutor

Better Tutor Support

If you have questions related to your course you can email your tutor directly, who is able to take as much time as required to answer your questions thoroughly.

A Range of courses to choose from

The Learning College offers a wide range of education courses, with two different Awarding Bodies CACHE and TQUK. Our courses range from Level 2 to Level 4, ensuring that you Education Qualification is sufficient for employment.

Self-Discipline

Where students are not attending physical classes, self-discipline is required to ensure you’re managing your time and assessments.

Accessible to all

accessible to all

Online classes are accessible to everyone. Some learning providers where physical classes take place, wheel chair access is not provided, although there is a passing of legislation.

At The Learning College, we support our students from start to finish. If there is a course that you have been looking at but unsure of what is required of you, please get in touch with us today 01785 336 464 or info@thelearningcollege.co.uk

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