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Helping my sister find an online corse

ShaunieShaunie England 🏠Posts: 8,137 Boards Champion
edited August 2018 in Student Life & Education
hey,

Basically my sister is interested in doing an online corse but has no idea about them and googles it but dont really get far. She thinks she wants to study health & social care again. 

So just wondering if anyone has done it before, was usful for them in a job, or knows anything about it. Like what ones are reliable on the internet? Or is there a site to find certain subjects, like i have no idea
Thank you
Stop imagining fake scenarios and hurting your own feelings 

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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 0 Noob
    Hey @Shaunie would your sister be wanting to study on an A Level course or intermediate because there are some excellent home schooling courses though the best ones being outstanding can charge quite a lot.

    If so, pm me and I'll give you our home schooling URL and you contact them. They are fantastic though expensive, guarantee to get anyone through the toughest of subjects. Even those with learning difficulties.
  • ShaunieShaunie England 🏠Posts: 8,137 Boards Champion
    Hey @Floxy
    thank you- i have no idea what sort she wants. Though i didnt know you can do A levels online? Though Id be interested in looking at any links or sites.  I think maybe she just wants to retake a level 3 or something like that as she did it in college but failed it for few reasons. 
    Stop imagining fake scenarios and hurting your own feelings 
  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 0 Noob
    I'll pm you the home school ink in a mo. :)
    Shaunie
  • AzzimanAzziman The Mix convert Posts: 698 Incredible Poster
    Hi Shaunie,

    There's something called the Open University that does online courses. It depends on what job you're going for, but for most jobs, you'll benefit in the long run by having a qualification under your belt!x

    Much love <3
    Shaunie
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