The importance of being able to blend digital methods into teaching and learning is the main focus of a free online course for anyone working in further education, skills training, vocational education, workplace learning, lifelong learning or adult education.
The course, which has been created by the University of Leeds with funding from the Ufi Charitable Trust, will focus on the importance of blending digital methods into teaching and training - a key part of the Post-16 Skills plans.
Designed to be compelted in around four hours per week, the course runs for a total of eight weeks from 20 February 2017 and comprises two parts:
- Blended Learning Essentials: Getting started (Part 1 - end date 20 March, 2017)
- Blended Learning Essentials: Embedding Practice (Part 2 - end date 21 May, 2017).
A group of dedicated Digital Champions will be on hand to help you connect with the practical challenges of using blended learning in your sector (mixing technology with conventional methods).
By completing the course you will receive professional recognition and accreditation, including certified CPD hours, accreditation via professional bodies and a path to post-graduate qualifications.