Remote education for learners

It is business as usual for Dynamic Training supporting apprentices remotely. As an apprentice, you will need to have good internet access and a suitable device such as a desktop computer, laptop or tablet to work on.

Microsoft Teams is used for remote coaching sessions by your Skills & Development Coach and ZOOM is currently used by tutors for teaching sessions. You will also need to be able to access your e-portfolio via the OneFile platform and Skills Forward, our English and maths e-learning platform.

Learner assessments are also being carried out remotely where viable and you will be informed well in advance of your assessment, of the assessment details and process.

Learners with special educational needs and disabilities and young people of key workers who require additional support to that offered remotely, can receive face to face support, subject to a risk assessment being undertaken and in line with current government guidelines.

Our expectations of learners

Remote learning expectations are shared with you at the beginning of your learner journey. Guidance for working safely online is located within the digital learner handbook that you receive.

We expect you to participate in all remote teaching sessions made available to you and to communicate regularly with your Skills & Development Coach.

To ensure you receive the most from your learning experience, we believe good communication is paramount and ask our
apprentices to advise us of any change in circumstance in  order to ensure we can support you in the best possible way.


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