Our e-Learning programs are designed for engineers, technicians and electricians who prefer not to be limited by time or distance and need to develop skills and knowledge in a particular subject.

e-Learning is a form of distance learning, where some or all of the course components are presented online. In the e-Learning environment the presenter of the material and the participants are not physically present in the same room. Instead, they can meet in a ‘virtual’ room.  In our courses, the material is shared via the internet in a live ‘webinar’.

Our e-Learning courses incorporate a live approach, also referred to as the synchronous or video-conferencing approach. This ensures that the training is interactive, which maintains the motivation and discipline necessary for successful completion. The live sessions are supported with reading and assignment work.

You will be required to ‘log in’ to your webinar classroom at a pre-arranged time together with several other participants from all over the world. The moderator in attendance will be a real instructor/presenter, qualified and experienced in the particular topic. The presentation (or live webinar) is usually between 60 and 90 minutes, but this can vary depending on the number of questions from students. At any stage the instructor can be signalled if queries on the course material exist. After each presentation there is a question and answer session where you can talk to the instructor, as well as to other participants.


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How can an e-learning course be interactive?

Boredom can be a real danger, however, we use an interactive approach to our e-Learning – with live sessions instead of recordings.  The webinar software allows everyone to interact and involves participants in group work; including hands-on exercises with simulation software and remote laboratories where possible.  You can communicate with text messages, or live VoIP speech, or can even draw on the whiteboard during the sessions.


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