Yes, Learning Works courses are mostly tailored to the needs of individuals who are in a job or in a career. A schedule is issued before the start date of each intake to enable students to coordinate accordingly.
Frequency of lectures will vary depending on which course. These may vary from one to three lessons per week.
An application alone is no guarantee of a place. A place is only guaranteed once you have received an official acceptance letter from the school and you have completed the registration process in full, including payment.
All that is required is a mobile phone, tablet or laptop with a good internet connection. Learning Works also offers Student Support Services which enable students to book a laptop for academic use.
Yes, practical placements are compulsory for some courses. The hours of practice placements are listed down in the description of a course. A final certificate cannot be issued without the successful completion of the specified placement hours given that these carry a percentage of the final grade.
Learning Works will take on the responsibility to support every student in completing their placement hours by allocating students to a facility.
Each course may have various assessment methods depending on the nature of the course. Please refer to our website for more information in relation to a specific course.
Learning Works offers the opportunity to progress to different academic levels and build on the knowledge obtained for both personal development and career progression.
Refund schemes may vary depending on the course chosen. Our administration team is here to support you throughout the process, with no additional charges. For more information, please email us on [email protected]
No, courses of value less than €500 must be paid in full upon approval of application. All other courses are eligible for monthly payment instalments.
The fee or the first instalment need to be settled once the acceptance letter is issued and before a course starts.
Our offices are located at Level 2, Suite 5, The Landmark Commercial Centre, Triq l-Iljun, Qormi.
The next intake of each course is indicated on our website.
The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a tool of the European Higher Education Area for making studies and courses more transparent. ECTS allows credits taken at one higher education institution to be counted towards a qualification studied for at another. It helps students to move between countries and to have their academic qualifications and study periods abroad recognised. ECTS credits represent learning based on defined learning outcomes and their associated workload.
Yes, a certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the course satisfying all respective course criteria.
Yes, all our accredited courses are recognised throughout the EU.
If payment terms are not adhered to, Learning Works reserves the right to withdraw any or all services at the time being provided to you.
A certificate may take up to 6 weeks to be issued after all course criteria would have been met. Processing of certification will only start once full fees have been settled.
Each student is given two chances to successfully obtain a pass mark for each attempted assessment. This does not apply in the case of practical components
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