Thursday, 1 March 2012

Extra support for e-learning? Let us Assist

We often get requests from learning providers who have a specific project ideas in mind but feel they need that extra bit of support for implementing these. As a result of these type of enquiries we recently launched a new project called Assist, which now offers regional learning providers the opportunity to apply for free, extended support in an area of their choice.

Several projects have been accepted to qualify for this area of our support and are now firmly underway. We have also now created a wiki page which makes it even easier for providers to request help, and which also offers an update on some of the e-learning projects which are currently taking place.

How does RSC Assist work?

This initiative enables you to work with a member of the RSC team for up to a day in planning a project and benefiting from advice and expertise, as well as a limited amount of training, if applicable. You retain control of the task in hand, but will be able to call on the support of your nominated advisor throughout.

Who can apply?

Any RSC Supported learning provider based in the West Midlands region can apply. There is no charge for this extended support service.

How to apply

If you'd like to take part in the RSC Assist project, please complete the application form, which is available on the new wiki page. You can also discuss your project idea with a member of the RSC team, prior to applying - please get in touch.

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