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AIM ELearning Offers Free Online Courses In Response To School Closures

As of Friday 20 March 2020, the government has instructed all education centres such as schools, colleges, universities and other centres to close, to help slow down the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). As a result, most students are now being provided with eLearning tools and lessons so that they can continue to learn from home.


In an effort to assist schools, colleges, etc, across the country, AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group are currently offering free eLearning courses (for a limited time), to provide learners with additional tools to support continued learning.


These non-accredited packages are tried and tested to ensure that learners will be receiving quality materials as the packages are used in a variety of FE colleges, schools, adult and community learning centres and within offender learning to improve learner experience, achievement and retention.

Also included in our e-learning library are our Study Skills units which form the basis of our Access to HE courses. These help learners prepare for the Access to Higher Education course  - a route into Higher Education.


The eLearning courses included in this offer are:


  • Understanding How to be Successful
  • Internet Safety for IT Users
  • Job Seeking Skills
  • Equality and Diversity at Work
  • Health & Safety in the Workplace
  • Understanding Pensions
  • Employment Rights, Contracts and Pay
  • Introduction to Business, Administration and Customer Service Industries
  • Introduction to Catering and Hospitality Industries
  • Introduction to Construction and Building Industries
  • Introduction to Health, Lifestyle and Science Industries
  • Introduction Transport and Logistic Industries
  • Preparing for a Controlled Assessment
  • Presentation Skill
  • Producing a Written Assignment
  • Progression Skills
  • Researching and Referencing



More information can be found on our eLearning site.

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