Note regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19): Due to the nature of our Online and On Campus courses, with key concepts being taught online through high-quality video lectures, students are able to continue their studies seamlessly with social distancing in place. Some of the regular ‘On Campus’ lessons can be replaced by remote ‘virtual classroom’ sessions led by college tutors. This flexible approach can be easily adapted to suit government guidance and college policies.
The pace of everyday life is getting faster, which is why we’ve looked for new ways of teaching that make it easier to study alongside work and life commitments.
We’ve joined forces with Mindful Education to create a suite of blended learning courses that provide flexible study options, combining online learning with face-to-face lessons in the classroom.
Our range of professional courses offers the best of both worlds, requiring less time in college than traditional classroom-only courses, allowing learners to choose how, when and where they want to study.
Please watch the video below to learn more about how you will study with us:
Online and on-campus – the best of both worlds
Online - video lectures are available on demand and can be viewed from your phone, tablet or computer. Lessons last for around 45 minutes and are accompanied by animations and motion graphics to bring concepts to life. Exercises, interactive case studies and analytical tools help to enhance the learning experience further.
On campus - you benefit from regular college classes, without having to commit to attending multiple evenings each week. Experienced tutors will discuss and reinforce what you’ve learnt during your online study and are on hand to provide guidance on progress and assessment. Discussion and debate with classmates will help you apply theories to situations you face in the workplace.
Note regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19): Due to the nature of our Online and On Campus courses, with key concepts being taught online through high-quality video lectures, students are able to continue their studies seamlessly during any college closure. ‘On Campus’ lessons are replaced by remote ‘virtual classroom’ sessions led by college tutors.
"The best thing about learning through the videos is that you can keep going back to them and watching again to get it cemented in your head. When you come into college you can save any questions that you’re struggling with and you can ask the tutor to go through it step by step. You’re getting the best of both worlds."
George Walker, studies online and on-campus accounting with Walsall College