Originally Posted by spurious
This doesn't fill me with respect for the Hibernia course.
Do they at least punish these people who don't bother, or do they just churn them out with the other hundreds all looking for jobs?
A couple of people in my class have been emailed and warned that attendance at onsite classes is compulsory, but what else can they do really? I just counted there and we have had around 25 onsite classes since September, missing a couple in that time surely has to be expected. I would say 80%+ of my group have missed less than 2.
Originally Posted by Olivia Pope
Thanks thequarefellow and Ferris bueller. Are you enjoying the course Ferris
No problem, glad I could help. To be honest, not really anymore. I started off enjoying it but it is very hard to juggle the course with a job (and the course is too expensive to not work for 2 years), I have found a lot of the live webinars to be a pain, you get the sense some of the lecturers know they have to give an hours lecture so they drag half an hours content out over an hour. Haven't found the college staff overly helpful either and the assessment feedback is poor for an online course.
The onsite days are very good in fairness and the tutors they get to teach those have been brilliant. The online content is good as well although there is a lot of it (hard to get through). The college and inspectors/tutors are good around the school placement so far which is probably the most important part. I've enjoyed any time I have spent in a school and it's a means to an end I guess.