Online learning puts you in charge of your education and your schedule. If you’re a self-motivated, proactive learner who is comfortable using your computer and internet resources, you’ll flourish in the online environment. Have a look at our course experience to decide if it’s right for you.
Although online learning is a convenient way to take courses, it’s not necessarily suited to all students. Some students find it difficult to study independently and need the face-to-face interaction with the instructor and peers that’s found in a traditional classroom. Trent Online students should have excellent reading, writing and analytic skills. In addition to the study skills necessary for post-secondary learning, you’ll need the following skills to be a successful online student:
- working independently
- goal setting and time management
- good at monitoring your own progress
- comfortable asking for help when needed
- good computer skills
- excellent communication skills
If you have these skills, then you’re ready to explore online courses to reach your learning goals. Take a look at the broad range of courses and programs we offer.
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