Aspiring educators receive help from leading online college

posted on Saturday, Jan 21 2012

Individuals who are seeking to enter the education profession will be able to take advantage of a new resources website offered by Ashworth College.

The website will be available to students currently enrolled in the school’s online bachelor degree programs and online masters degree programs, as well as individuals looking for more information about earning their teaching credentials online.

Existing students will be able to interact with each other through an online community, and prospective learners can enquire about course details, ask faculty members questions about the curricula and read relevant, timely news content relating to the education profession.

“For our students, we wanted to create a comprehensive online learning environment where they can interact with others who have similar interests and goals, faculty, and working professionals in the education field,” Amy Bernard, director of interactive marketing for the online college, said in a statement. “For prospective students, it also provides a forum to gather information and to ask questions in order to make informed decisions about their educational needs.”

According to the school’s official website, the undergraduate online certificate program in early childhood education offers students everything they need to enter this rewarding and demanding career. Students are provided with course materials necessary to complete the program, and individuals can earn their certificate in as little as six weeks.

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