Innovative Distance Learning Courses:
Second Generation e-learning: MB is the market leader in delivering distance learning courses using a virtual classroom but with a real teacher
Whether you are a School, Business, Student or want to take a home study course, MB Learning provide the opportunity to learn in a highly effective way.
Our distance learning courses and revision courses combine specially developed online resources within an award winning learning platform, and live sessions with a highly experienced subject specialist using video conferencing.
With over 20 years experience and more than 20,000 students you can trust us to provide solutions which will give you the results you need.
We have achieved results which are as good and even exceed traditional classroom delivery. Second generation technologies now allow us to deliver the most effective, flexible learning programmes, personalised to individual needs.
We provide Primary and Secondary School Teachers for:
Many of our courses are also available for home learning, so if you are interested please get in touch.
If you are interested in effective revision courses, no matter whereabouts you live, and do not want the expenses of a residential course, then we have a solution for you
Our Business courses are delivered direct to the workplace or home.
We have developed a system, which has proven itself within the most demanding sector of education and is now available for businesses.
Second Generation e-Learning Technologies from MB Learning
Conventional Tutorial style distance learning using an experienced live teacher. MB Learning Second Generation Learning combines
- Lessons delivered to either a:-
- Virtual classroom using innovative cloud-based web-technology or
- Point-to-Point video conferencing to School Room, Boardroom or Meeting room.
- E-Learning using the latest content to enhance the learning experience
The live tutorials assist students to navigate through the learning experience, supported by a tutor, on-line content and interactive learning activities. All tutors are experienced in distance learning techniques and will support the student throughout the course.
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