To demonstrate just how proud we all are of your success, we have created the Awards of Achievement, which are awarded annually to our ten most oustanding students.
The winners get back half the cost of their course fees!
Every member of staff I've contacted has been knowledgeable and extremely helpful - Josh Hughes
After being out of education for some time I had mixed feelings of excitement and apprehension when I decided to study with DistanceLearningCentre.com, especially considering I was new to distance learning. I was reassured immediately with the support from my tutors when starting, and throughout, the course and the materials and assessments were structured in such a straightforward way so I was able to get myself back in the swing of things fairly quickly.
Every member of staff I've contacted has been knowledgeable and extremely helpful which has made the whole experience that bit easier, which was needed when working full-time alongside my studies.
There have been tough times and the work has been challenging but I am now to go on to study languages at my first choice university in September. (Jun 15)
It was a brilliant course, really interesting, covering a wide range of topics - Sally Smith
Before I started this course I was cabin crew for Thomson Airways going to destinations all over the world. After many years of travelling overseas I decided to place my feet firmly on the ground and pursue my other passion in life, and that is to become a midwife.
I completed the DistanceLearningCentre.com Access to Higher Education Diploma in Allied Health Professions course. It was a brilliant course, really interesting, covering a wide range of topics. The tutors are so helpful and knowledgeable. When ever you need them they are there for you either via email, telephone, or Skype.
I successfully completed the course with Distinctions and I am pleased to say I have been offered a place on a Midwifery degree course at Christ Church University in Canterbury, Kent. (Jun 15)
I am so glad I chose them, their tutors are fantastic ... and the forum was amazing - Rachel Harper
I left school five years ago after completing my A levels and went on to have a number of jobs that I really didn't enjoy. I knew for years that I wanted to become a midwife but never got round to applying to universities. I finally decided to go for it but then realised that I didn't have enough UCAS points.
This is when I found DistanceLearningCentre.com, I liked the sound of distance learning so I could carry on working so I applied for the Access to Midwifery Diploma. I am so glad I chose them, their tutors are fantastic and were very supportive and the forum was amazing, it helped me out when I found things hard. It is not easy to stay motivated but if you can keep pushing till the end it is well worth it. Unfortunately I was unsuccessful when applying to university but I am confident I will do better when I apply again this year.
Without DistanceLearningCentre.com I wouldn't be in the position I am today. Thank you very much, it was the best! (Jun 15)
No more boring jobs for me, I am looking forward to an exciting new career - Carol Greenhalgh
Fab5 Award Nominee
I had never wanted to work in an office so after 20+ years I decided to pursue the career I had always wanted. Due to family commitments I was unable attend college so I started my research into online providers. I chose DistanceLearningCentre.com because the Access to nursing course met all the criteria for my chosen university, student feedback was excellent and its flexibility was to the key to me succeeding.
I was hesitant about returning to study after nearly 15 year out of education but my tutors were brilliant and helped me every step of the way giving me the confidence to push myself.
I would always recommend DistanceLearningCentre.com as the course I took was current and well-presented and the tutors are fantastic. The course helped me secured a place at university to study Children's Nursing and thanks to DistanceLearningCentre.com I am confident that I now have the skills to deal with the academic life. No more boring jobs for me, I am looking forward to an exciting new career. (Jun 15)
I left school at 16, lacking confidence in myself academically - David Snelling
I left school at 16, lacking confidence in myself academically and therefore I decided not to continue into further education. Over 10 years later I finally found the confidence to pursue a career in teaching but with only GCSEs under my belt this dream was still a long way from becoming a reality. After a lot of research I came across DistanceLearningCentre.com who's access course could work around my full time employment.
Thanks to the flexibility of the course and the support and dedication of my tutors, I have been able to jump onto the next stepping stone towards my future career as a teacher. For this I am extremely grateful. (Jun 15)