How do we define e-learning?
eLearning refers to training and development interventions that optimally utilize information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support and enhance learning.

Our e-learning courses and programmes aim to engage you with course materials and enable you to apply knew knowledge, skills and values in the workplace. Course materials are presented in manageable chunks of work.

  1. Utilizing eLearning can yield certain advantages and opportunities, for example:
  2. Participate in capacity building interventions at lower costs;
  3. Have access to learning opportunities irrespective of time and place;
  4. Enroll when you are ready to learn; don’t wait for a group to fill up;
  5. Skill-up without having to leave home or the workplace for extended periods of time;
  6. Be an active participant and receive personalized support throughout the learning process;
  7. Training needs can be identified and recorded through online questionnaires and/or surveys.
  8. Participants, especially at remote sites, have anytime, anywhere access to training opportunities.
  9. Participants have access to standardized training opportunities.
  10. The time required to travel, as well as the time to schedule training events for multiple participants are reduced.
  11. Participants can take courses at their convenience, which are relevant to their specific needs without being away from the workplace.
  12. Training can be rolled out quickly to many participants.
  13. Regular assessment with immediate feedback is possible by means of machine marked assessment opportunities.
  14. Online collaboration can facilitate the sharing of information, resources and knowledge for sustainable development, irrespective of time and space.
  15. Participation in training can easily be checked and participant progress can be monitored.
  16. Tracking and reporting mechanisms provide feedback, which can be used to continuously improve training interventions.

Tusanang Training manager issues a quotation for the eLearning course you are interested in attending facilitate payment. We will then contact you with your login details to access the course materials and activities on our eLearning platform.

Courses typically run for six to eight weeks. During this time, you can expect to spend approximately one hour per workday on course related activities.

Courses typically run for six to eight weeks. During this time, you can expect to spend approximately one hour per workday on course related activities.

Our eLearning platform is user-friendly. You need basic IT literacy, willingness to participate in eLearning and an enabling work environment, which includes access to a computer and the Internet. The following are examples of activities that you can expect:

Knowledge checks

A knowledge check is typically presented at the end of a unit of work. These checks are presented in the form of a quiz. The quiz is completed online, and you receive your results when you submit your answers. Your quiz results provide an indication of your knowledge and understanding of the materials you engage with.