Kirana Workforce Development is able to deliver a wide range of qualifications through just as many mediums. Businesses tend to find Traineeships as the most popular method of up-skilling their workforce and the primary means of delivering a Traineeship is through the workplace.
Workplace – Primarily the delivery of a Traineeship will be at their place of work in a training room where a student undertakes all course work with an assigned teacher/trainer and assessor. Part of the work will be autonomous, part with their employer and often with our trainers and assessors.
Online – course delivery purely in an online environment where a student has no in-person contact with a teacher/trainer and assessor.
Classroom – this refers to the delivery of courses where a student undertakes all formal course work in a classroom environment with an assigned teacher/trainer and assessor in-person. Classroom delivery will often involve simulated workplace activities.
Blended – the delivery of a course where a student undertakes course work with a combination of face-to-face contact with a teacher/trainer and assessor in-person within a classroom or workshop environment for part of the course. The remainder of the course could be Online, within your Workplace or Correspondence based.
Distance/Correspondence – this refers to the delivery of a course where a student undertakes all coursework through the provision of hard copy learning, teaching and assessment materials. This is a rare mode of delivery and only provided for students who through geographical isolation.