What is the difference between E-Learning and Blended Learning?
E-Learning or Online Learning means delivering a course digitally and there are many benefits. It's cost-effective and saves time, you can learn 24/7, tracking and monitoring progress is easy and it's discreet, allowing you to tackle content at your own pace, with interactive tasks ensuring understanding throughout each module. Blended-Learning however combines classroom (face-to-face) teaching with online study. You will complete all theory components online and then attend live practical workshops. We offer both of these modes of course delivery.
Key features of our Learning Platform
Content available 24/7.
Learners progress at own pace and convenience.
Progress checked using regular quiz questions.
Tutors track learner progress using platform's reporting function.
Accessible from anywhere in the world.
You'll have access to excellent resources where your tutor will monitor and support your progress. Resources are supported by media-rich content (see anatomy of resistance training examples below), e- worksheets and learner manuals to help you engage with the online medium. All courses are accessed through our e-Learning platform; you'll use your unique username and password to log in and start learning through your Student Dashboard.
We use a variety of online assessment methods (e.g., videoing of practical work, e-presentations, wikis, discussion boards, quizzes) as well as proctored e-assessments, an alternative to class-based invigilation and allows learners to securely access external exams in their own environment, whilst being invigilated remotely. This will suit learners studying on online/blended learning pathways from any location worldwide.