College of Contract Management United Kingdom
College of Contract Management
United Kingdom

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College of Contract Management in the United Kingdom, offers standard and value added live online programmes for higher education for Engineering, Construction, Management, Business, Adminsitration, Marketing and English language skills.
The College of Contract Management today, is becoming a recognized provider of highly skilled talent in the construction and management industries. Therefore our courses are designed for the purpose of teaching competent knowledge, standard academic skills, and excellent work ethics.
It is permanently based in the United Kingdom and its Live Online courses are intended to lead to internationally recognized qualifications for Construction professionals.

Live Online Courses

All of the courses are designed to teach online and through live lectures, so you can study while you are working, whenever you wish and wherever you are based. Live Online education programs provide a unique education to the world and are a great option today, if you want to get ahead at work with a specialist knowledge and qualification, but don’t want to put your career on hold.
The high costs affect students in higher education, but Live Online programmes may be a more cost-effective and value-added alternative in order to provide education for all of them such rich and poor, compared with other methods of learning. There is no compulsory to attend college therefore this helps you if you have a lack of transport, you won’t have to sit and study with people that are younger than you, if you are more mature and you won’t have to incur the costs of overnight stays, or transport costs in other cities etc. to follow lectures.

Distance education dates back to at least as early as 1728 when an advertisement in the Boston Gazette promoted “Caleb Phillips, Teacher of the new method of Short Hand,” who sought students who wanted to learn through weekly mailed lessons. Similarly, Isaac Pitman taught shorthand in Great Britain via correspondence in the 1840s. By 2008, online learning programs were available in the [[United States]] in 44 states at the K-12 level. (Reference from Wikipedia)