Now there is an easier way to get your qualification … Students that pass our online courses are eligible for so many employment opportunities – including working on cruise liners, or at international restaurants and hotels … and so much more … !
|Cost||Starting from R30000.00 for 1 min|
|Subjects||City & Gulilds Diploma in professional Cookery|
|Ages||16 – 60|
|Levels||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Experience||1 – 3 Years|
Why online education:
Lower costs, It is not uncommon for tuition at online schools to be lower than that of a
traditional school, although this is certainly not true of all online programs. In addition, costs
associated with things like commuting or typical classroom supplies are not relevant in an
online learning environment, therefore, lowering overall costs. Furthermore, students might
not have to worry about rising textbook prices Commonly, students are able to download all
materials needed for their classes, including lectures, assignments, additional notes, and
No sitting in classrooms, Since all classes are online, students will not have to attend
classes. Lectures and other materials are electronically sent to the student who will then read
them, prepare to take quizzes, and complete assignments. Students will never have to visit a
classroom. For those working full time, this will save time, simplify studying, and make
scheduling events in their lives much easier. Students will also not have to find parking
spaces, leave work early to go to class, or miss important family time.
Course material is accessible 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Students have the ability to read and re read
lectures, discussions, explanations and comments. Often spoken material in the classroom passes students by due
to a number of distractions, missed classes, tiredness or boredom.
Participating online is much less intimidating than “in the classroom.” Anonymity provides students a level
playing field undisturbed by bias caused by seating arrangement, gender, race and age.
Because there are no geographic barriers to online learning, students can find a diversity of course material that
may not be available to them where they live or work. This is especially true for professional training and for
students in remote rural areas that cannot support college or vocational training centers.