Distance eLearning

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.

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.

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. 

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. 

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

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.

Boston City Campus & Business College embraces the fundamental role of e-resources in the digital universe of e-learning and teaching.

South Africa’s tough economic conditions, combined with limited space at public universities, is seeing thousands of students opt for distance learning annually.

Unisa is well known for its distance and online learning courses, but it is by no means the only institution that offers flexible study options in South Africa.

“To preserve one's mind intact through a modern college education is a test of courage and endurance.” — Ayn Rand

Thousands upon thousands of learners who fail Matric every year are either unable or unwilling to return to school to complete their National Senior Certificate examinations

Graduates need to have both academic and practical skills if they hope to find employment and grow in their careers.

Technology disrupts by its very nature. This is evident in many sectors where UBER - the biggest competitor to metered taxis – does not own any vehicles. 

The modern-day office has become a very demanding place that requires more efficient processes, clearer communication and better solutions. Here are 4 important skills that every office administrator needs to be successful.

Health and Safety, as well as Educare, have emerged as the top choices for thousands of students who will study via distance learning next year. 

Will I be able to adapt to an e-learning system? Does online leaning provide the same value as traditional courses? If you have ever asked these questions now is the time to find the answers.

 Shriyaa Sooklal, from Maris Stella High School in KwaZulu-Natal, has been crowned the champion of SA’s leading digital learning challenge.

Taking SA’s education into a digital future will require significant public-private partnerships says <strong>MD of Pearson South Africa, Ebrahim Matthews.</strong>

In an effort to reduce overall training costs more and more companies are now shifting away from purely traditional classroom-based learning towards a more blended, e-learning approach. 

Since balancing a jam-packed personal and professional schedule has its challenges, employees find it difficult to commit to upskilling and development, especially when it involves hours of staring into a textbook and time-consuming note-taking. 

Do you want to have control over your learning programme? Elearning courses give you the flexibility and control that you need.

While South Africa is a little late to the “Online Education” game, the concept of alternative education systems is not new, as the success of institutions such as Unisa,

When deciding to further your education, you want to choose an institution that has been voted one of the Coolest Colleges in South Africa. 

Fostering a culture of entrepreneurship among the country’s youth is the key to reducing high levels of unemployment.

As Africa’s largest economy and one that has a workforce of millions, the unfortunate reality is the high rate of unemployment. In stark contrast is the ever increasing demand for skilled workers within the Technical field.

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