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We are delighted to announce that we now offer our popular Moodle courses online!

Our two must-have courses, Moodle Course Creator and Moodle Administrator, are now available for clients preferring to participate from the comfort of their own home or office.

Each two-day course covers a wide range of Moodle areas, all of which help participants understand the features and benefits of the platform and make significant progress with their Moodle project. Course Creator teaches delegates about the vital tools for learning, including set up and sharing content activities for assessment, communication and collaboration, while Moodle Administrator is important for smooth site administration and extended course administration features.

Our online programmes have been developed from our well-established face to face courses - now clients have even greater flexibility in benefiting from their Moodle training!

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