Welcome to 2019! We know that many of you will have taken the opportunity to spend time with loved ones, and that time away from work also gave some MKLC students motivation to finish their online courses!
On Tuesday Judith attended a conference at the Institute of Education in London. One interesting take-away was that although 6 of the fastest growing economies are in Africa, their universities are poor at producing knowledge as they have low research resources.
These Action Research papers are based on real-life studies and reflect on current practices and how to improve them. Each student comes from a different background and industry, and this week is no exception, with four diverse and interesting papers:
Over the years, as qualifications are updated to reflect the change in industry requirements, they also undergo a change in name to help differentiate from the older qualification. The Assessor Award - aka A1 Assessor Award, D32 / D33, and the 6317 (through City & Guilds) is one such qualification.
You may think we are jumping the gun by announcing 2018 dates for our online AET courses when we've only just started the new academic year, but we already have students looking ahead and booking onto these courses!
Our Summer School 2017 programme for young people aged 10-17 years old is now available.
All meals and accommodation is provided, and students not only get 15 hours of English tuition per week, but also enjoy multiple activities and day trips to explore and experience British culture and history.
We are so pleased to announce that Andrea Wilde is Student of the Month, having completed her Award in Education & Training.
All of our students are asked for their feedback on the course, and for our Student of the Month, we also ask them to let us know their motivations for taking the course, and what they hope to achieve.....
Adult education should not be seen as a lower form of education for those who have been left behind, but as a 'second chance' for learners from all backgrounds to reach their potential. Everyone learns differently, and sometimes the traditional classroom setting isn't enough.