NCC Home Learning Online Education system Now Encourages Looking after the Environment

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There has been a shift in focus over recent years when it comes to large organisations and the importance held on corporate responsibility.

There has been a shift in focus over recent years when it comes to large organisations and the importance held on corporate responsibility. There have been recent advances in delivering education, which have led to positive environmental impacts. As technology systems are developed, more students are able to complete their courses online including exams and assignments, as well as having constant communication with course tutors via e-mail. This system has reduced the amount of paper being used to deliver education and is helping work towards the overall reduction of paper usage.

NCC Home Learning have developed a fully interactive online learning experience for consumers. Moodle is a “virtual learning environment” (VLE) that contains everything the learner needs, from course materials to assignments and even final examinations. Moodle is allowing students to easily access their online course and track their progress.

A multitude of courses ranging from the NCC Home Learning Higher Level Teaching Assistant Diploma to the Criminology Diploma have now been made accessible through Moodle, enabling more individuals to use this effective and more efficient system.

This is not only more accessible and convenient for the user, but the learner can play their role in protecting the environment. All aspects of society have become more sensitive to environmental issues which are easily recognised by the increased efforts towards recycling by local councils around the country. The delivery of online training is on the rise, and the commitment to sustainability shown by NCC Home Learning is an excellent example of how the future of education can continue to operate while having a minimal effect on the environment.

If you would like further information on the distance learning courses NCC Home Learning provides call us on 0-800-970-2522 or email enquiries(at)ncchomelearning(dot)co(dot)uk.

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