After almost two years of predominately remote learning, ACBC is thrilled to be returning to on-campus learning in 2022.
While online learning offered a convenient and flexible method of education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been missing out on the benefits of in-person learning in recent years.
As our world transitions back to a state of “normalcy”, face-to-face learning will offer our students key advantages such as better connections, a wider variety of learning styles and higher levels of engagement which results in better course outcomes and completion.
At ACBC, learning does not stop at academic education. We believe that developing interpersonal connections and building relationships is key to entering the workforce and creating a network of like-minded individuals. In-person learning allows students to deeply engage with one another, make meaningful connections and support each other in studies. This socialisation will set students up for success when it’s time for them to take on a traineeship, enrol in a work placement program, and most importantly, enter the corporate world.
Many of our students attend campus even on days that they do not have a scheduled class to study for a course and connect with peers. We are looking forward to seeing more of this community connection in the year ahead.
The transition back to an in-person learning environment can seem daunting after a lifestyle based online. If you’re feeling uneasy about returning to campus life this year, reach out to our friendly and supportive Careers Advisors who can help ease any worries and find a program and schedule that will work well for you.
While online learning will remain an important offering as part of the ACBC Course Curriculum in 2022 and beyond, we are excited about our students having the opportunity to use the facilities on-campus that will no doubt enhance their learning experience, development and interpersonal skills.
To find out more about what studying at on campus at ACBC could look like for you in 2022, reach out to one of our friendly Careers Advisors.
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