How to Access a Course on Our e-Learning Platform

Shortly after your first contact with us you will receive a welcome email which will include detailed information about your course start date. Each course starts on the 1st day of the following month. Let’s say if you register for a course on February 14th, your course will start on March 1st.

To access your course on our e-learning platform you will use the username and password emailed to you upon registration.  On the course start date you will locate the course in My Courses section as soon as you log onto the e-learning platform. 

You will get access to course materials on a weekly basis on our e-learning platform. It is advisable that you study assigned materials before every trainer-led session. For the trainer-led component of your course, you are expected to be available for virtual meetings with your trainer on specified days and times, since a missed session cannot be recouped. 

How e-Learning is Delivered at English Realm

All our courses are delivered online using Moodle learning management system (LMS). Moodle is designed to support social and interactive learning. It offers flexibility to the course designer, promotes independent learning and learner engagement with a course material.

Moodle LMS allows us to create interactive learning opportunities, such as learners contributing in forums, rating each other’s posts, and so forth. It is also suitable for learners to perform such activities as upload their coursework, take quizzes and receive feedback. Last but not least, our learners attend weekly live sessions via Zoom, interact with their trainer via live chat or by email.

Online sessions led by a trainer – an integral part of our courses, are conducted through Zoom offers such features as onscreen whiteboard, document and desktop sharing and synchronous text chat.

We utilize all these (and many other) features of our online learning platform to create a dynamic online environment that supports self-directed learning and meaningful trainer-to-trainee and trainee-to-trainee interactions.