Online tutoring is a planned teaching/learning process, live and fully interactive one-on-one methodology by which knowledge is imparted using a wide spectrum of technologies, mainly Internet to reach learners at a distance. It is a tutoring portal working for all your educational needs and where a student can learn via the Internet with the help of a professional, subject matter expert. It makes use of several web-based programs to achieve its goals. Online tutoring is now becoming the best way for students to get extra help in perusing their study smoothly and is being preferred by both students and their parents.
Online tutoring is a collaborative process, which facilitates the students to plan out their program according to their own preferences. Flexibility of timings is an added advantage. Online educational constructive approach, provides a pool of subject matter experts and imparts one to one real time learning, with peer interaction for every student at its self paced working methodology. Working in a highly safe, efficient, result oriented environment and round the clock educational services are provided to your child for considerably improving his/her results with better understanding of the concerned subject. Online tutoring focuses on improving their existing capabilities in solving problems, doing their homework in less time and also emphasize on the weak areas of your child, working with utmost perfection to bring out the best in them.
Almost everyone in some way or another ‘works in business’. Even if you work in a greengrocers’ you are still part of ‘an organisation’ with its own ‘culture’, its own ‘business model’. A similar thing can be said about those working in the public sector. These organisations will still apply Human Resource theories to develop staff, will still generate market and financial data will which then be used to set an overall organisational ‘strategy’.
We may all in some way work in business, but only a minority of us truly understands business. There should be no embarrassment in confessing that we are bewildered by much of the terminology and would have difficulty articulating what it is that certain aspects of our organisations actually do. Unless we have actually completed a business qualification, we can hardly be expected to know these things.
It is also true however that, if we wish to build a successful management career, we need at some point to obtain a firm grasp on these matters. If we look at the upper levels of any modern business or organisation these days, it is highly doubtful whether we will find anyone who has not undergone some form of dedicated business management study or training. It is imperative that a senior manger should understand the whole business environment from top to bottom: it is simply too technical and too complex.
Probably the best means of achieving a thorough grounding in business is via a Business Management HND, which these days many busy managers choose to study online. Studying online offers the flexibility to select when and where to study, and allows you to speed up or slacken off according to work commitments. The HND, which has been going for 70-plus years, is without doubt the best-regarded workplace-focused qualification for technical and managerial professions. The major bonus with an HND is that it can be converted, or ‘topped-up’ into a full honours degree, with only one further year of study.
A Business Management HND provides a comprehensive view of the entire business world: how businesses gather financial data and how this is fed into decisions, how strategy is decided upon and implemented across the organisation, how and why marketing happens. Students learn about ethics and contract law, information and database management, quality control, theories of leadership and leading a project team. They will gain a chance to look at the business environment as a whole by looking at organisational theory as well as analyse best (or worst) practice in a research project they have chosen.
The complete and workplace-focused knowledge acquired on a business HND will give you the confidence not only to knock on the door, but to be ushered through it. Have a look round the available online college websites to find out how you can open doors in your business career.
In days gone by there was the towering University,splendid and aloof, giving magical things called degrees to only the ‘best’ people. Your three or four year course was all that mattered, it gave you a seat at the top table. Beneath universities were other places of study, who secretly longed to be Universities and confer degrees – but who could never hope to be so important. Among these lesser lights were further education and technical colleges.
In the last two decades however, people have questioned the divine right of universities to lord it over every other type of college. Increased negative publicity has adhered to the courses that many offer. These, it is alleged, are often taught by half-interested academics who only really care about their own research projects.
Universities meanwhile, have begun to offer ‘trendy’ courses like media studies. There is a widespread perception that this was an error: when universities became trendy was when the Emperor lost his clothes in the eyes of the public. Correspondingly, there has been a growth in both range and ambition within the rest of the ‘tertiary’ education sector. Shorter and more vocational courses have gained in scope and reputation, becoming sought-after by both students and crucially, by employers also. Courses in the sector are nowadays generally modular, enabling students to study part-time or through distance learning and to fit work and other commitments around their studies.
No longer is it obligatory to annexe three or four years of your life merely to obtain a qualification which often has no relevance to the wider world of work. If a student needs to get a full degree they can convert their initial qualification, but they can also access the jobs market at points along the way. In general there has been a blurring of boundaries between further and higher education, which reflects a trend in society toward flexibility, retraining, multi-skilling and towards education which is responsive to the needs of society at large and not existing in a bubble or an ‘ivory tower’.
The final nail in the coffin as regards the old artificial division between universities and the rest, comes in the form of the astonishing increase in tuition fees. The level and quality of education on offer from universities is demonstrably ‘variable’, going on ‘poor’.
In contrast, the further education sector, both in college and in the online marketplace has never been stronger and more geared up to what industry is demanding. Why then see university as being the only option available?
You’ll be burdened with a debt of perhaps £50,000 and a degree which may get you precisely nowhere. Alternatively, you could take say a Business HND or another online learning course which dovetails with work commitments and is perfect for your career needs.
Potential students are beginning to realize that there is more than one way to skin a cat – or indeed dissect one.