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Knowledge and Capability –Just What Industries Need Today

Knowledge and Capability –Just What Industries Need Today

In today's fast-paced and constantly changing business environment, knowledge and capability are key ingredients for success. In order to work effectively, employees must have access to the right information and have the skills necessary to apply it. This applies to all industries and sectors, as having a knowledgeable and capable workforce is essential for staying competitive and adapting to new challenges.

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Student-Led or Teacher-Led Education

Student-Led or Teacher-Led Education

Principal, John Mason, was at a conference where he was told that education was teacher-led. However, there has been a growth in the importance of student-led education in the last couple of years in particular. This led to some discussion on whether ACS Distance Education was teacher-led or student-led.

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Sustainable Learning and their environments

Sustainable Learning and their environments

Sustainable learning is an approach that prioritizes the long-term well-being of learners and the planet. It emphasizes the use of environmentally friendly practices and materials, and encourages critical thinking, collaboration and problem-solving to empower learners to make informed decisions and take action towards a sustainable future. Sustainable learning is here to stay as it is an essential part of addressing the global challenges of today and ensuring a better future for all.

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History of Online Learning - Distance Learning is Here to Stay

History of Online Learning - Distance Learning is Here to Stay

Online learning (previously known as distance learning/education) is now a mainstream form of education. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated its adoption and it is here to stay. The flexibility and technology behind it make it a valuable tool for education. Lets explore why.

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Avoiding Plagiarism in an online world.

Avoiding Plagiarism in an online world.

Recent research in Australia has shown a big increase in the number of students who are plagiarising their work. Plagiarism is trying to pass of someone else’s work as your own. The problem with this is that the student is not learning and gaining new knowledge. They are simply producing information to pass a course or piece of work. Copying someone else’s work does not increase learning. In this blog we discuss why we are seeing an increase, the consequences of plagiarism and how at ACS we look at avoiding plagiarism by our students,


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We've been working with ACS over the course of the last three years. Being able to mix and match content to suit our students' needs has been extremely useful. With their material in combination with our own in house tutor service we have been able to provide a complete online learning service which has helped us expand our student cohort and advance our teaching techniques! We are thankful that we have had them as a partner throughout our time in the industry and look forward to many more years of growth together.

Jason T - Director, ACS Partner College (Affiliate)

ACS Distance Education have been fantastic to work with over our first 12 months as a start-up online short education affiliate.
They provided immense support in the foundation period ensuring we setup the best support mechanisms for students and engaging quality tutors.
ACS have continued to be receptive to feedback and promptly moved to make improvements wherever required.

David C - Director, ACS Partner College (Affiliate)

Having access to ACS' extensive library of digitalised education content has allowed us to scale our business quickly and efficiently. Their LMS is easy to access and manage, whilst also providing the consumer (student) with a professional and easy to use experience. John and Kate have always been a pleasure to work with and are quick to provide support when it is required."

Andrew O - Director, ACS Partner College (Affiliate)

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