College of Contract Management in the United Kingdom is a leading online attendance college for Engineering, Construction, Management, English, and Training and CPD courses.
As a global organization, we provide Online Attendance (Live Online) courses to students all over the world. We offer advanced diploma level courses, professional practice courses, CPD and Training Courses to the Construction Industry to the professionals of the future who will go on to achieve successful careers and become energetic global leaders in the construction industry. In addition, we offer an effective English language program called NESOL that delivers Native English for Speakers of Other Languages.
The teaching and learning strategies for each subject are derived from the course outcomes. Collaborative Online Attendance teaching methods are used to achieve programme objectives, including live online lectures, course notes, tutorials, exercises, group discussions, feedback on students’ submissions, and online presentations.The Online Attendance model which encourages collaboration in an interactive learning environment has its traditional focus on content delivery and communication, together with an emphasis on the world of technology.
Various online learning resources have been developed to support independent learning. Lecture notes, reading lists, assignments and tutorials briefings underpin independent online learning. Students will be expected to read extensively. Reading may be used to explore specific topics in depth, to explore a range of points of view, to develop questions and to identify possible answers. Group work is designed so that students learn to organize and structure collective or co-operative working processes.
Students are also encouraged to attend online live lectures that facilitate audio and video interaction between lecturers and students. The college has introduced the most effective strategy of online attendance and learning centres to facilitate online lectures, tutorials and discussions to take place with the lecturers and the mentor to increase the amount of interaction between the fellow learners and lecturers.