Based on the present status quo, in order to get access to better employment opportunities, you will need a degree to even get a decent job. However, if you are already working, trying to get a degree via the ‘traditional’ way through a brick-and-mortar institution can be difficult. This is because you have to make sure that your class times coincide with your work schedule. And if you cannot find an appropriate class time or your class slots are filled up, you will have to wait until the next semester to see if a better arrangement can be made. Yet, this is only the scenario if you are not open to learning online. On the other hand, if you do consider learning online, you’ll have absolutely no restrictions placed on you when it comes to scheduling the time and space.
So, what does it mean to go about learning online? It will depend on what school you go to. Some schools, (such as University of Phoenix), is exclusively designed for online learning. All of your classroom correspondence, including your exams, would be done through the Internet. Other colleges, (such as University of Maryland University College), make the process of learning online slightly different. In these cases, classroom discussions and assignments are done online, but the exams have to be taken at the institution. Fortunately, if you do decide to go to a college of this nature, you will have the ability to take your exams any time you want, including on the weekends.
In terms of the structure involved with learning online, it is typically just an Internet version of a ‘regular’ classroom. Professors provide lectures through message boards or chat rooms. Students can also communicate through these venues, making the process of learning online just as interactive as traditional learning. Assignments are uploaded into the virtual classroom, though usually only the professor will be the one allowed access. Throughout the whole process of learning online, students are free to contact their professor outside of the virtual classroom through e-mail or even the telephone.
The only real downside to learning online is that it takes a lot more discipline than traditional classroom learning. It is very expensive too!
When you go about learning online, you don’t have as much face-to-face interaction with your professor. And the interaction that you do get through the process of learning online is not as extensive. For this reason, you’ll find that if you do decide to take an online class, you’ll have to do a lot of independent studies. You will also need to have superior writing skills since writing will be your main form of communication.
What's if you are not seeking a Degree Course and only interested in learning about topics independently pertaining to a specific industry? For example, Digital Marketing. The good news is that you can find such eCourse easily online. The bad news is you are taking chances with whoever you decides to take up the courses with. It is still a "gamble" regardless.
Most eCourse provider will have the subject title you need and finding them is easy but they can be really expensive if they are famous or popular. Also, they are just providers of ecourses and usually do not strike up a relationship with you except to constantly sell you on other ecourses over and over again.
At Prawfeed Academy, every customer that purchased an eCourse will have a Student Account created and will have direct communication with me and the platform at all time. Also, the paid course can be dynamic and constantly update with more information pertaining to that subject topic. You also have the opportunity to join the special Facebook Group or Community Portal that I have created for you.
You will be "groom" into a digital marketer if you are keen to learn more about it and join my specially created Digital Marketing Membership eCourse if keen. Therefore, it's a win-win situation, unlike other eCourse platforms that you might have come across.
In conclusion, embrace elearning through Prawfeed Academy to learn a skill set that will secure your job or becomes a marketer who can provide your own expertise or services for the long term haul.