Moodle is an online facility designed to enhance your learning experience and help you through studies. It provides access to:

  • Your unit study materials
  • Discussion forums
  • News forums
  • Group learning space
  • My learning space
  • Assessment area
  • Online electronic resources
  • Programme information
  • Email/messaging facility
  • Links to rules and regulations

You will find a detailed explanation of the key functions of Moodle and how to use them during your induction. The site will be updated with new and relevant information as it becomes available. Tutors may make announcements or add notes to relevant sections or engage with you in discussion forums.

Moodle will be our principal way of communicating with learners registered on the programme so it will be essential that you visit Moodle on a regular basis.


You will access your entire core learning material for your chosen course via Moodle.

The unit’s learning materials are designed to facilitate your learning and to allow you to achieve the learning outcome of each unit. This material is interactive and contains practical activities, which have been designed to enable you to apply theoretical principles and frameworks.

All our online study material is included in the fee, which means you will not be paying extra for your study material.

System Requirement

It is essential that all learners have the basic IT skills to use Training Select online courses. The knowledge of word processing, Internet application, and familiarity with using a computer, are very useful skills learners should have. This will help learners make the most of our interactive distance-learning platform.

Learners also need to ensure that they meet the minimum system requirements to make the full use of our online courses.

It is recommended that learners should have;

  • Minimum 1 mbps of broadband connection
  • A PC or Laptop or tablet or mobile with Internet access for a minimum of 10 hours per week
  • Supported web browser (The latest version of IE,
    Chrome, Safari or Firefox are strongly recommended)

We recommend you regularly check for software updates, especially for Mozilla Firefox/Internet Explorer, Adobe Reader, and Adobe Flash Player.