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About E-Learning Background Benefits Demonstration
All G&H Training's Carpentry students have access to our innovative e-learning programme. The programme has colour photographs, video's, interactive exercises and text that is easy to understand. It was designed to support your learning. The material is complimentary to the BCITO Theory Resource which contains students 'final assessments' for each unit, and is the theory resource that the BCITO recommend for all Carpentry learners.
G&H Training spent three years developing an innovative carpentry e-learning programme. The programme contains all the theory unit standards in the National Certificate in Carpentry (L4). It was created with the aim of providing an efficient and effective method to deliver this part of the National Certificate qualification, and to make the learning experience enjoyable and interesting for our learners.
We believe, you, as a learner, benefit from this system by:
We also believe that e-learning in general (and our system in particular) can benefit the construction industry by:
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If you are thinking of enrolling with us you can try out our e-learning programme! To use this programme you will need to:
click here to request a user name and password
Once you recieve your user name and password, you will have 30 days to trial the demonstration. If you haven't logged in, during that time, you will need to contact us to reactivate your password.
We will send your username and password to the email address you give us straight away, but sometimes it takes longer than we think to get to you. If you haven't received it within 48 hours, please check it hasn't got caught in your spam filter, then contact our webmaster or phone Head Office on 0800 876 4664.
Please ensure you include a valid email address for us to reply to.
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