e-Learning (also known as computer-based, or online learning)
You do not attend a formal class but instead study on your own time, at your own pace, using an online interactive learning system. Access to tutor support is via phone and email, and you can correspond online with other students via discussion forums. This can be a very cost-effective option, as there are no travel or accommodation issues involved. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection, and the time to fit your study in around your other commitments.
The majority of RRC’s courses are available via e-learning on the RRC Learning Centre – your ‘classroom in the cloud’. We like to think that the ‘e’ in RRC’s e-learning stands for ‘engaging’, ‘easy’, ‘exciting’, ‘everywhere’ and ‘everyone’ – because, in today’s technology-focused world, we are all becoming more used to interacting with touchscreens, telephones and tablets to get the information we need, when we need it. (But you can also study offline, if you want or need to. As part of your e-Learning course we supply a course book in PDF format – an eBook – which you can download to your computer or device and print, if you like.)
As an e-Learning student with RRC you will work your way through your studies with the help of innovative videos, animations and quizzes, tests and reviews of your progress, and unlimited support from our team of expert tutors.
Our director of training, Dr David Towlson, has recorded a short demo video to show you how our Learning Centre works and what our e-learning courses are like. If you like what you see, you can sign up for our free e-learning trial, during which you will be able to go through a complete element/module of the specific course(s) you are interested in.
Click here for your FREE e-Learning trial
E-LEARNING IS FOR YOU IF:
You don’t have time to attend a classroom course
You are not located near a classroom venue
You prefer to work at your own pace and to your own plan
You are happy to work by yourself
You are comfortable with technology and interested in its application to learning