For fully online education organisations, the change in trying to accommodate the influx of interest is good for business. For the many educational organisations who rely on face-to-face interactions, this change is a new challenge that we at UEL are going to embrace.
At UEL, we provide all the short courses on behalf of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, we provide training for adult learners and advocate the face-to-face interaction that is found in a classroom setting. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, we understand that we need to change our business model in order to adapt and survive, however we still need to provide the personal experience for every delegate who attends our courses. We have to shift to an online learning approach, however, unlike most pure online courses, we have decided to offer a blended learning approach. Where pure online courses offer previously recorded course content, we will also be providing live interactive sessions that allow for content to be personalised based on the delegates in the classroom.
Our Learning Methodology will offer a unique blended learning approach, which combines online access to subject content with real time engagement with facilitators. Where feasible and appropriate we will also offer voluntary contact sessions that will allow the opportunity to add value to the online content. Overall, we aim to provide courses that positively impact delegates and are implemented back in the workplace.
To learn more about the blended learning courses on offer, please take a look at our revamped 2020 Portfolio of Programmes here.
Alternatively, start planning towards your personal development for 2021 by registering for a 2021 programme. View our 2021 Portfolio of Programmes here.
Key focus areas:
- Management and Leadership
- Supply Chain and Project Management
- Essential for business
- Higher Education
- Public Sector
- Specialised subject and/or sector courses
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