Our teaching methods involve a blended learning approach comprising virtual learning, work-based activities and face-to-face instruction using live case studies
During the programme you will find that this combination offers the ideal mix of theory and practice to provide a quality learning experience which impacts business where it matters.
All the TAFAWOQ courses begin with the virtual phase, where you are required to read the assigned learning material and apply it to specific tasks.
This initial, yet vital, phase of the programme is supported by the open-source virtual learning platform, ‘Moodle’, which is adopted across the entire TAFAWOQ tuition spectrum.
Moodle is a widely acclaimed educational tool compromising various functions that include:
- A class noticeboard that allow instructors to update you regarding schedule and timetables.
- A mailbox through which you can submit assignments and receive feedback.
- A discussion and networking platform that allows for engagement with peers to enhance your virtual learning experience.
- A question and answer forum in which you can post enquiries
This classroom-based instruction phase ensures that you meet your instructors in real time, allowing for plenty of opportunities to expand upon the knowledge acquired in the virtual phase. The classroom-based instruction phase will also see you undertake group assignments while working with live case studies, based on real projects.
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Our teaching methods involve a blended learning approach comprising virtual learning, work-based activities and face-to-face instruction using live case studies.