As part of its ongoing commitment to promote accessibility of language learning globally, Eton Institute is offering free Virtual Learning to its international community of learners.
Dubai, 20thJuly 2015 – Virtual Learning is said to transform the entire concept of learning. Today’s learners are used to having every piece of information they need to be readily available online and at their fingertips. In a report from elearningindustry.com, the worldwide market for mobile learning products and services will reach $8.7 billion this year. In the Towards Maturity Benchmark study, 8 out of 10 Learning and Development professionals believe that virtual learning will increase employee engagement. Another survey showed that 70% of students were motivated to learn when mobile devices were being leveraged. This implies that mobile learning courses and online training is transforming the learning landscape and a more efficient way of achieving personal and professional growth.
Eton Institute, a leading international language and professional development training provider, continues to innovate its products and services as a response to the growing need of making learning as convenient and accessible as possible for everyone. Virtual Learning is a teaching and learning process wherein a teacher provides content and instruction to students with the aid of computer, a software and the internet without his/her actual presence in a classroom. This set up will allow busy and mobile individuals to study a course anytime, anywhere. It enables students to acquire valuable computer and internet skills, strengthens their written and oral communication skills, and opens doors to cross cultural experiences.
We have been organizing free courses all these years and the response from the public is overwhelming and so we want to extend this offer to as many language enthusiasts possible especially for those who are always on the go and cannot find time to attend a classroom-based learning due to their busy schedules. Following a successful run of our free virtual Arabic course last month, we deem it necessary to conduct another one with German this time, commented Manon Hazell, Marketing Manager at Eton Institute. This new approach to learning will deliver meaningful value to our community of learners and is part of our ongoing efforts to promote language learning globally, she added.
The schedule of the Free Virtual German Course is as follows:
Date: 25 July, 1 & 8 August, 2015 (Saturdays) Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Venue: Eton Institute – Dubai
To register for the virtual class, drop by Eton Institute- Dubai, Block 3 Knowledge Village to find out the procedures of joining the course. A payment of AED 50 is required for the course materials. You may call 800 ETON (3866) to speak to an advisor.
To know more about Eton Institute’s Mobile Learning programs, visit http://mobile-learning.etoninstitute.com/
About Eton Institute:
Eton Institute is globally recognized as a leader in learning and development solutions, offering Professional Development Training, courses in over 100 Languages, Teacher Training and Computer Training internationally throughout the Americas, East Asia, Europe, Middle East and South Asia. With a dedicated team of professionals developing highly customized programs, Eton Institute features the most sought after training methodologies and techniques, and is proud to be associated with top international thinkers to successfully provide organizational change for over 2,000 clients globally.It offers flexible timings and uniquely tailored courses to suit the learner’s needs. All training is facilitated by highly qualified and experienced instructors, teaching practical skills while maintaining competitive prices for individuals and businesses.
Eton Institute is an Approved Center for the delivery of Cambridge Exams and City and Guilds business qualifications. Additionally all language courses offered by Eton Institute are EAQUALS-accredited and meet Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) standards set by Council of Europe.For additional information please contact:
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