Learning To Appreciate Online Teaching Resources

Learning To Appreciate Online Teaching Resources

There could well be a need for changes to be made in the content of training courses that government departments insist their staff undertake. I recall during my many years as a cs, having to take a variety of mandatory courses. These were online from a huge suite of custom designed training resources. Your line manager was provided with access to your account and if you didn’t log on and make some meaningful effort to pass the required tests in the time frame, then a black mark appeared on your personal record. You were deemed to need watching. E-learning and online teaching courses are absolutely brilliant as you have the work there in front of you and it really is just a case of reading, doing the scripted tests and then checking back that your line manager has noted your latest test scores. Each course is well designed and although rarely regaring work directly associated with your department, the courses cover many aspects of working within the governing framework. I have a very healthy regard for anti fraud agencies and I hold tax evasion as a personal afront as a direct result of some very interesting online courses I’ve undertaken.