Distance eLearning

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Distance elearning, sometimes called e-learning, is a formalized teaching and learning system specifically designed to be carried out remotely by using electronic communication. Below are details of elearning companies in South Africa, who offer a range of training courses and elearning programs in South Africa.


There are billions of pages and websites on the internet. This makes it extremely difficult for businesses to stand out and feature on the first page of a search engine.


Are you interested in E-learning? You don't need to take time out from your job to attend classes. 


Data & Internet Connectivity has been researched to be the largest factor in Africa that has inhibited real progress and growth on the continent. It seemed impossible to overcome.


Locally, almost 56% of South Africa’s unemployed population does not have a matric qualification, according to Statistics South Africa’s 2019 Q1 Labour Force Survey. 


The world will continue to change rapidly over the following months. Businesses are closing to prevent the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus and productivity may suffer. To prevent this, Linkedin announced the release of 16 FREE online courses designed to make remote workers productive. Gain access now!


Four vocational qualifications are fast emerging as the most popular courses for distance learning students this year – Hospitality and Catering Services, Educare, Health and Safety, and Farming Management.


Unisa has opened mid-year applications for its Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).


Making the decision to pursue a higher education is always a positive step forward. However, choosing the best course and following the application process can be complicated and daunting. Here are the steps to submitting your application if you are planning to study through Unisa


While fulfilling the role of a parent is certainly a blessing, for many working parents who wish to advance their career, studying further is a challenging option.


Pursuing the career of your dreams starts with knowing what you want to study and which method of study will work best for you. Whether it’s time, money, personal choice, or physical obstacles


It's not uncommon to feel remorseful after a while in the same job or industry. After three or more years of working in a particular field, you might be uncertain as to whether you chose the right path, perhaps feeling that you wasted a great deal of time studying a field you do not want to pursue.


The teaching landscape is rapidly changing with many schools, colleges and institutions opting to change their traditional methods of teaching to a more blended approach.


Distance learning is a wonderful opportunity for working people, stay-at-home parents and others seeking a flexible mode of study, to upskill in their own space and at their own pace. 


Technology enabled learning is a major buzz term at the moment, with everyone from public to private schools and higher education institutions trying to get in on the action.


Education is evolving and technology is the main catalyst behind this transformation. Like many other sectors 'customization' seems to be the central theme and objective of these changes.

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