About Imperium Edge

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Established in 2012, Imperium Edge is a leading UK provider of mandatory and statutory training, online training courses, programmes and Ofqual approved qualification.

All our statutory and mandatory training courses meet the current UK legislation,  regulations and recommended best practice. All organisations are required to carry out risk assessments, training needs assessments and appropriate training to meet the law requirements.  

Why is statutory and mandatory training required?

Statutory training is required to ensure that the organisation is meeting any legislative duties. On the other hand, mandatory training is an organisational requirement to limit risk and maintain safe working practice.

Mandatory training is important because it enables health and social care workers to achieve the standards set by regulatory authorities and meet organisational obligations. Both statutory and mandatory training equips staff with the essential knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively.

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Reputable Distance Course Providers

For further information about e-learning and distance learning opportunities, it’s better to seek advice from well-established large course providers first of all. These include:

  • The Open University
  • Learndirect
  • Open Learning Centre International
  • National Extension College

Why choose accredited online training providers?

With no open days or face-to-face meetings, how do you pick a distance learning course?

Here’s what to consider before choosing an online degree Fake institutions are an ongoing issue with internet degree courses, so it’s worth taking the time to make sure a course you’ve chosen is the real deal.

How much does it cost? Another factor to consider is budget. Although online learners can often cut the cost by being based off-campus and working alongside their degree, tuition fees still tend to be in the thousands.

“There is sometimes a perception that online learning is free,” says Myat. “In fact, the costs are often similar to campus courses and if you want to gain a recognised qualification, you should expect to pay for it.” Prices fluctuate based on where an institution sees itself in the market, so costs can be a rough indication of quality.

There are literally thousands of online courses available and the chances are that if there’s something you’re interested in, there will be a related course which you can study online. When choosing between different online course providers, however, your decision can be influenced by a number of factors. For some, you will want your course to be able to provide you with the same qualifications that you would be able to obtain if you were to attend a conventional college or university. This is because you’ll be looking to enrol on an online course that will, ultimately, provide you with the same opportunity to pursue a particular career – online degrees, for example.

For others who may purely be interested in undertaking an online course for pleasure or recreational purposes, you may have different concerns and needs. Below is an outline of the kinds of considerations you’ll need to think about and some questions you may want to ask.

Accreditation And Quality Standards

Unlike universities and colleges which are state-funded and so they are regularly inspected by government officials to ensure that they meet quality standards, many online course providers are private companies. Therefore, you’ll need to do your research to be sure that they meet certain quality standards. First of all you should check whether or not the course is accredited.

Most reputable approved online course providers are inspected by the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council (DOLCE) and will feature their logo on all of their promotional material. Another widely used trade association is the Association of British Correspondence Colleges so if you have identified a suitable course, you should check that it’s been accredited by one of these organisations. If the online courses you’re considering have been accredited by some other external organisation make sure you establish that it’s bona fide and a reputable one.

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