Coronavirus (COVID-19) update - March 2021
Information regarding the re-opening of colleges:
College tutors will provide updates to learners on any changes to their course as colleges re-open from 8 March. While some colleges may re-commence face-to-face classes, learners studying a Mindful Education course can continue online study at home. Many leaners will now be able to sit assessments which were not available previously while colleges were closed. Your tutor will be in touch with you to confirm arrangements and whether there are any changes to your course calendar.
We continue to work closely with our partner colleges and employers to support learners during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. Our flexible courses can be easily adapted to meet the needs of our partners and their learners in line with government guidance. We are providing an additional six months access to our courses, free of charge, for all current learners. We are also offering support packages to colleges for their AAT learners.
For more information about the support we are providing, please click on the links below:
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Blended learning means I can have a good work-life-family balance. If I didn’t study in this way then I wouldn’t be able to do my qualifications.
Students can work at their own pace and at times to suit them. What it does is to give them the best of both worlds.
The blended approach has proved really effective and is also very popular with Tutors and Assessors.