Qualify at home: remote learning for all our courses

Distance/blended Learning Programme for Accredited Qualifications

How distance learning works:

Distance learning enables you, the candidate, to take an accredited (i.e. RQF Ofqual officially recognised qualification listed on the Register of Regulated Qualifications (RRQ) course at a time that suits you without having to wait for a class to be organised, so you can achieve your qualification as soon as you wish.  You sit your examinations in person at our Ringwood centre after the lockdown has lifted. There is no time limit for this! These are NOT e-learning courses!

Success in these courses is down to you, the candidate putting in time and effort and paying attention to feedback received. If you are motivated, like Antonio (above) you will do well!

Aaron Scott and Black holds the licence to deliver blended and distance learning arrangements for tuition, and all our course materials and modes of delivery are regulated and audited by the Awarding Bodies, regulated by Ofqual.

Your resource pack:  you, the candidate, will receive all the resources you need to complete your course, including your course text book, your tasks and project workbook, online resources and links to articles, exemplar answers to compare with your work, and powerpoint slides (for some level 3 and 4 courses). Some of the questions are pre-set and for Level 3 and Level 4 some questions are individually tailored to the learning needs of each candidate, i.e. the trainer is looking to focus on weak areas and thus ensure a learner-centred approach.

Constant support for your learning: you will be in constant contact with your trainer by email, telephone and (if requested) skype or zoom) to receive personalised ongoing help, advice and support. Students have told us that the level of individual support and feedback they have received has been the outstanding benefit of taking remote courses with Aaron Scott and Black.

Your tasks are varied and interesting, with a flexibility at Levels 3 and 4 to be creative in how you respond to some of the tasks, for example you might choose to create a presentation, a poster or infographic, a quiz for other students, set of revision cards or an information video.  Some students have gone above and beyond the requirements and have conducted research projects, which has led to their organisation sponsoring their studies at college and university.