Learning & Study Methods
CLX learning and study method information.
This allows you to learn without having to take time off work and offers you the flexibility to study where and when it suits you.
Some benefits of distance education
- Continue to work while you study
- Choose where you want to study
- Study in your own time
- Apply practical knowledge to your workplace
- Use practical knowledge attained in the workplace as part of your final assessment
The duration of the programmes allow for optimal learning and easily attainable outcomes while you work.
Web-based facilitation (sometimes known as e-learning) is anywhere, anytime learning, delivered over the Internet or a company’s intranet to browser-equipped learners.
- Self-paced interactive learning
- Easy access anytime and virtually anywhere
- Provides a networking platform to field questions and solutions to learning peers
- Access to subject matter experts for learning assistance
Facilitator led / Classroom Based Learning
An interactive facilitator-led approach where the facilitator and learner meet for training for a set duration of time in a set venue (Training room or meeting room)
- Learners benefit from practice and feedback regularly
- Interaction with peers offers opportunities for discussion
- Subject-matter expert / facilitator who shares their work experiences/war stories with class
- Offers a disciplined approach to learning for those who struggle with self motivation
Blended learning is education that combines face-to-face classroom methods with computer-mediated activities.
- Offers increased flexibility and convenience
- Provides better access to those with job, family, or distance barriers
- Ongoing interaction with facilitator and fellow learners since there are numerous opportunities to do so both in class and online
- Learners can participate more in discussions since they can choose the environment — online or face-to-face — in which they feel more comfortable
- Learners have more time to reflect and refer to relevant course and other research materials when working and writing online than when responding in class
- Learners typically have 24/7 access to online course material
- Learners acquire useful skills from using the Internet and computer technology