Q: Does this mode of learning suit me?
A: If you are in full time employment, have family and job commitments, live in a remote area, are taking other courses on a full-time basis then yes, this mode of learning adapts well to your learning needs.
Q: Do I need to be computer literate? How about the internet?
A: Yes. Applicants should be computer literate and have access to a computer. You also require the internet to enable you access the Zetech Digital School portal, which is the platform for delivery of all e-learning programmes.
Q: Can I access these courses from any computer?
A: Yes, all you will need is an Internet connection and your account login information.
Q: How to obtain the materials? When will you email me the materials?
A: This is an e-Learning programme; therefore, all courses and units are accessible online. Simply login with your username and password (provided to you) and click on my courses to view the units that you are supposed to cover for the current semester.
Q: How are e-learning courses different from traditional classes?
A: Online courses are conducted primarily via the Internet; hence the only difference is mode of study since all students sit for one end of semester exams.
E-learning taught by qualified facilitators, many of whom also teach traditional classes.
E-learning courses are designed to be academically equivalent to traditional courses. Students actually spend more time on e-learning courses because of the self-directed nature of e-learning because of the flexibility of the online courses.
Q: Where will I sit my Examinations?
A: All students registered for the eLearning mode of study are required to take sit-in examinations at the end of each semester. Examinations and practical aspects of the any unit will be conducted at the Main Campus in TRC. Only students who are duly registered for individual courses will be allowed to sit examinations.
Q: What is the mode of Coursework (CATs and Assignments) delivery?
A: All Continuous Assessment Tests (CATs) and Assignments are taken online and one CAT is done physically during the tutorial. Online orientation is provided to students so that they can be able to submit the assignments