Online Learning courses in Business Administration, Mental Health, Customer Service, Team Leading and Equality & Diversity
We have developed a suite of free Level 2 Distance Learning courses which are available to learners who meet the following criteria:
- Over the age of 19 on the 31st August 2019
- Reside in the UK with proof of address
- Have lived in the UK for 3 years
For more information call our team on 0161 952 4692
What is Online Learning?
Online Learning offers a range of home study courses to individuals in the UK. One of the most modern and innovative ways to study is by distance learning, and we use our own online platform to deliver courses with lessons, assignments, resources and materials all included to help you study. With our industry expert tutors there to guide you every step of the way, working towards a recognised qualification.
How to Apply
Below you will have access to each individual course sheet, as well as a downloadable version of the Enrollment Form and Learner Agreement which should be downloaded and sent to our Adult Learning Team at firstname.lastname@example.org once completed.
Instructions for how to download, fill out, and send can be found at the bottom of this page.
The courses below have been accredited by NCFE, an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual).
Health and Social Care Courses
The courses below have been accredited by NCFE, an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual). These courses have been crafted by industry professionals and are aimed at anyone interested in pursuing a career in the Health and Social Care, Healthcare or Childcare and Education sector.
For a step-by-step guide of how to fill out the PDF Enrolment Form and Learner Agreement please see below:
How to fill out a PDF document and send back
Launch the PDF document from the link above 'Enrollment Form and Learner Agreement (Editable Version)'. Click on the "Download" link or the PDF icon next to the document. The important thing is that you open the document in your PDF reading program, such as Adobe Reader.
Fill in the necessary form fields on the PDF. Drop-down fields will have an arrow to the right of the field that allows you to select an option. List fields will contain a list of options for you to click on, and the options can be viewed by scrolling through using the arrows to the right of the field. Radio buttons and check boxes can be selected by clicking once inside them. Click once in text fields and type in any necessary information.
Save the completed PDF form. Use the "File" menu to select the "Save a Copy" option. Choose a folder in which to save the completed form using the "Save In" menu. Type a name into the "File Name" field and click the "Save" button.
Go to your email service and click once on the "Compose Mail" link. Type the email address to which the completed PDF form is to be sent (email@example.com). Click once on the "Attach a File" link, and use the "Look In" menu to locate the folder to which you saved the completed PDF form. Click once on the file name and once on the "Open" button. Reference the PDF form or the reason for which you are sending it in the subject line, and type any necessary message in the body of the email. Click once on the "Send" button when you are ready to send the email and completed form.