Distance Learning means that you learn where and when you want using the learning materials that we send to you on enrolment. You work through the activities and information in the workbook and answer the questions in the assessment. As there are no requirements to attend tutorials you need to be satisfied when you receive your materials that you can meet the requirements of the course and the deadlines we give to help you complete. Distance Learning doesn’t suit everyone but is ideal for people who aren’t able to attend a college based course for whatever reason. However, we don’t advise enrolling to the course if you anticipate personal/family or work issues that may prevent you committing a minimum 4 hours a week to study.
We require you to have a minimum Level 1 qualification in English. This is the equivalent of a GCSE Grade D or above. If you aren’t sure of your level of English please undertake the Literacy Assessment which can be accessed by clicking the “Entry Requirements” box on the course information page.
You must be over 19 yrs old, have been living in England for 3 yrs, must not be undertaking any other government funded qualification. You also need to have a minimum Level 1 qualification in English. This is the equivalent of a grade D GCSE or above.
Yes, you can. Please contact us at our e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you an Employer Contract for you to complete with the names of all the employees you wish to support and the courses they would like to complete. We will then send enrolment forms to you for your employees to complete and return to us. Once we receive the completed forms we can send out the learning materials to you and you can arrange for a group induction over the phone. Please note that all employees must meet the eligibility criteria.