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We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Moodle online training sessions, available from the beginning of September! The sessions are ideal for clients unable to attend our day courses, or for those who simply wish to improve their knowledge of specific Moodle areas.

The online modules, which last 1-2 hours, include topics on Assignments, Resources, Quiz/Question Bank, Glossary and Forums, and take place at a range of dates and times to ensure learners in all geographic areas and organisational sectors can attend at times most suitable for them.

The new online service from HowToMoodle is recommended for teachers and trainers who are already using Moodle and want to build on their existing knowledge and explore new areas of Moodle, but are not available for our day courses.

Commenting on the new online Moodle training service, HowToMoodle’s Managing Director, Ray Lawrence, states;

We are delighted to be offering this new range of training sessions for our clients. This complements our existing courses available onsite and at our London training venue as another way of training  in Moodle for those who perhaps cannot attend our existing training options. We are constantly looking to improve our client experiences and this new offering will provide a wider range of flexible training services to help our clients proceed in their Moodle learning.

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