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Educartis study modes and course types explained

2018-12-13T13:13:27+00:00 December 13th, 2018|Educartis, Education and Training, Education career|
  • Study modes refer to the manner in which your courses are delivered.
  • Course types refers to the manner in which you wish to receive instruction and complete a particular course.
  • The study mode or course type you choose should accommodate your schedule.
  • Many courses are offered fulltime or part-time, regardless of study mode or course type.

What are study modes?

Study modes refer to the manner in which your courses are delivered. Depending on your course(s) chosen there may be different study modes available to you. Educartis makes available courses that are typically offered online and on campus.

Which study mode fits my schedule?

The 2 types of study modes offered at Educartis are: 1) online and 2) on campus.

  1. On Campus

On campus courses are those that you attend at an actual institution. These courses will require you to physically be at a campus on the stipulated periods. Here’s a list of the type of qualifications you can complete on campus:

  • Certificate’s
  • Diploma’s
  • Degree’s
  • Master’s/ MBA’s
  • PHD’s/ Dphils
  • Company training – vocational training
  1. Online Courses

Online courses do not require you to attend an institution. The qualification(s) you receive are however still the same as someone studying in a classroom at a college, TAFE or university. Online courses give you the freedom to study from anywhere and choose your own study schedule.

Online courses are given entirely online and each student is given a user profile that they can use to log into an online learning system. The online learning system will provide you with study materials and instructions, and enable you to submit your assessments. The system also has virtual classrooms and discussion boards which allows you to communicate with tutors and other students.

The online learning system offers added features that afford students a better student experience. It allows students to watch lectures, access to full readings and the opportunity to participate in tutorials.

What are course types?

Course types refers to the manner in which you wish to receive instruction and complete a particular course. The course type affords you the option to choose the way you study. The course type you choose will depend on what you want and need from a qualification.

Which course types are available at Educartis?

Educartis offers the below course types:

  • distance learning
  • blended learning
  • vocational training

Distance learning

Distance learning is at times also referred to as online learning. Though distance learning courses commonly comprise hard copy materials and communication via post, these courses are still considered as online courses.

Blended learning

Blended learning courses are educational programs (formal or non-formal) that utilise both traditional classroom teaching methods and online digital media methods. The student and teacher both need to physically meet for a stipulated period. Depending on the course requirements, students may complete the course(s) through online classes or attending webinars These courses enable you to mix and match according to your needs.

Vocational courses

Vocational courses and classes are usually job or skill specific and are commonly offered in colleges, trade schools, and technical schools. They provide students with job-focused training for specific roles or careers. Upon completion, students are awarded skills certificates or associate degrees.

Are courses full time or part time?

Educartis partners with institutions that offer both full time and part-time study courses. Full-time study courses usually require students to attend classes every week-day or engage with course material frequently. Some full-time courses provide a set number of hours teaching or contact time per week.

Part-time studies are usually designed for those that are currently employed. These courses are traditionally taken in the evenings or on specific, regular days each week. Some courses offer students the opportunity of selecting a wide range of optional modules to add.