Creating Careers has been providing life-changing e-learning solutions to UK schools and colleges for over a decade. We deliver practical, work-related qualifications online to 14-19 year olds in secondary schools through our interactive learning environment vision2learn for schools.
Vision2learn for schools is launching 3 new online GCSEs in Child Development, Religious Studies and Leisure and Tourism.
Our distinctive approach has all of the benefits of e-learning in a curriculum model designed to help hard-to-reach learners gain skills and qualifications for life and work.
These new GCSEs will run alongside a comprehensive suite of Level 1, 2 and 3 online courses and are designed to help low attaining learners leave school with GCSEs and vocational qualifications. Learners gain skills and qualifications to help them move on by boosting GCSE and Level 2 results. This approach has been developed in collaboration with school leaders and expert teaching professionals.
Vision2learn for schools helps thousands of learners to achieve qualifications every year. Many of these learners are vulnerable and have limited expectations of passing GCSEs for a range of complex reasons. Vision2learn for schools unique style of e-learning actively engages these learners and gives them confidence to believe that they can achieve.
Vision2learn for schools new online GCSEs include bright and fully interactive online study sessions with many real-life scenarios and practical tasks.
Schools are supported every step of the way in delivering the e-learning platform smoothly, from initial set-up and learner registration to training and planning meetings. Effective online communication and tracking tools, personal e-portfolio and comprehensive teaching resources are all included too.
To find out more about vision2learn for schools new range of GCSEs, please contact Andrea Wadham on 0191 215 4104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vision2learn for schools is exhibiting on stand J92 at the Education Show 2013, 14-16 March 2013, Birmingham NEC.
Published on: 11:52AM on 15th February 2013