This course has been created to act as a type of 'Beta Test' for the Virtual Learning Platform.  The course comprises of four separate groups of ABDO College distance learning tutors, acting as 'real' students and tutors over a three week period.  Each week during the course a tutor will either act as a student (which entails completing two assignments per week, and submitting them on the VLP using the advised methods), or acting as a tutor (which entails marking the submitted assignments and giving feedback, grades, and answer guides etc. through the VLP).

The objective of the course is to identify, at an early stage, any issues that could arise when delivering the blended learning course through this platform.  Moodle is used internationally by elite learning establishments and companies, and therefore will have the flexibility and functionality we require to ensure we maintain the balance of a personal tutor/lecturer/student relationship, alongside modernisation of the learning process.

The more constructive feedback we can collect, the more user friendly and efficient the learning platform will become by the time it goes live for its first real world course. 

Good luck!


This course has been created to act as a type of 'Beta Test' for the Virtual Learning Platform.  The course comprises of four separate groups of ABDO College distance learning tutors, acting as 'real' students and tutors over a three week period.  Each week during the course a tutor will either act as a student (which entails completing two assignments per week, and submitting them on the VLP using the advised methods), or acting as a tutor (which entails marking the submitted assignments and giving feedback, grades, and answer guides etc. through the VLP).

The objective of the course is to identify, at an early stage, any issues that could arise when delivering the blended learning course through this platform.  Moodle is used internationally by elite learning establishments and companies, and therefore will have the flexibility and functionality we require to ensure we maintain the balance of a personal tutor/lecturer/student relationship, alongside modernisation of the learning process.

The more constructive feedback we can collect, the more user friendly and efficient the learning platform will become by the time it goes live for its first real world course. 

Good luck!



This course has been created to act as a type of 'Beta Test' for the Virtual Learning Platform.  The course comprises of four separate groups of ABDO College distance learning tutors, acting as 'real' students and tutors over a three week period.  Each week during the course a tutor will either act as a student (which entails completing two assignments per week, and submitting them on the VLP using the advised methods), or acting as a tutor (which entails marking the submitted assignments and giving feedback, grades, and answer guides etc. through the VLP).

The objective of the course is to identify, at an early stage, any issues that could arise when delivering the blended learning course through this platform.  Moodle is used internationally by elite learning establishments and companies, and therefore will have the flexibility and functionality we require to ensure we maintain the balance of a personal tutor/lecturer/student relationship, alongside modernisation of the learning process.

The more constructive feedback we can collect, the more user friendly and efficient the learning platform will become by the time it goes live for its first real world course. 

Good luck!



This course has been created to act as a type of 'Beta Test' for the Virtual Learning Platform.  The course comprises of four separate groups of ABDO College distance learning tutors, acting as 'real' students and tutors over a three week period.  Each week during the course a tutor will either act as a student (which entails completing two assignments per week, and submitting them on the VLP using the advised methods), or acting as a tutor (which entails marking the submitted assignments and giving feedback, grades, and answer guides etc. through the VLP).

The objective of the course is to identify, at an early stage, any issues that could arise when delivering the blended learning course through this platform.  Moodle is used internationally by elite learning establishments and companies, and therefore will have the flexibility and functionality we require to ensure we maintain the balance of a personal tutor/lecturer/student relationship, alongside modernisation of the learning process.

The more constructive feedback we can collect, the more user friendly and efficient the learning platform will become by the time it goes live for its first real world course. 

Good luck!