Blended Education and Training – IS it really the best of both?

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In case the term is new to you, blended learning courses comprise of traditional face-to-face classes with the added component of online study.

Students generally complete their ‘face time’ at the beginning of the course with a one week training workshop at Ambitions Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne or Perth workshops. The workshop allows students to complete a significant portion of their work to reduce the amount of online study.

Face time at the beginning of the course allows students to maximise trainer resources. Also, beginning the course in classes promotes peer interaction and creates a support group, eliminating the feeling of isolation that many students can feel.

The second component is based online. Students are able to customise their learning plan (particularly useful for parents and full time staff) to suit their individual needs. Study can be undertaken whenever, wherever and whatever they choose. The constraints of geographical location and time are removed allowing round the clock access to your course materials and resources.

This mode is ideal for those who can commit a short period of time to face-to-face study, but do not have the lifestyle to dedicate one, or maybe two days per week to classes€“ such as full time employees.

Undoubtedly one of the most popular Certificate IV in Training and Assessment as well as Vocational Education and Training Courses, blended learning™s combination of learning options is seeing it quickly become the number one choice for Australian students.

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