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Newest Review: ... from them on my mobile, but typically it cut off due to poor reception and they never rang back. Eventually, I got through to them, ready to request that I be deleted altogether, but got through to someone who was so apologetic and explained that they had been having a bit of an admin nightmare, that I decided to keep trying. The eligibility check was basic - in fact, stuff I could have done ... more
Customer vision2learn.com Reviews (17)
by - written on 08/12/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I heard about Vision2Learn through a post on HUKD, and figured I'd take a look. They're offering certificated, recognised qualifications in a small range of subjects entirely free of charge and with very few entry stipulations. I already have a decent bag of qualifications, but I occasionally work nightshifts where I spend most of the night shopping online (I'm not actually meant to be doing anything, just a presence monitoring a radio!) so I thought that it might give my brain a bit of exercise and save me a few quid in the process, while always adding something else to the CV. Two things that encouraged me: the first was that there was nothing to stop me ... Read the complete review
by laura - written on 12/08/13
I really enjoyed my vision2learn course, I did the IT skills level 2 and have just signed up for the business and administration. I had a fab tutor who was very helpful if I had any questions and prompt at answering me and marking my assessments. It was easy to manouver around the learning area and the course material was thorough. I would recomend these courses to anyone looking to gain more qualifications for their C.V.
by Raven - written on 01/08/13
I have been on the Equality and Diversity 2011 - Level 2 course since the end of June/ beginning of July 2013. I finished my first assessment with them and duly sent it in on 22nd July as requested... By return on the same day, I received an email from them to tell me that they would mark it in five days, and if I hadn't passed I would have to re- submit my work in five days back to them... Well, it is now the 1st August 2013 and I am still waiting for my assessment to be returned to me. I have sent two emails to their administration email, two to my tutor at Preston College and phoned them, only to be told to get on with the last remaining module whilst I am waiting. I . Read the complete review
by Emma - written on 15/07/13
The course is free so I thought there was nothing to lose. You do have to get your coursework in on time and if you do not complete the course then you have to pay.I had a very abrupt tutor that was not very helpful and did not explain anything clearly to me at all. Some of the questions were straightforward but the tutor made them very complicated. He wanted answers that the question did not even refer to. I completed my course on time and that was in September 2012, we are now in July 2013 and I still have no certificate. I chased vision2 learn and they blame a college, college then blames vision2learn so although its free, it really was a waste of my time.
by - written on 05/06/13, updated on 15/11/13 (Very useful, 506 readings)
For a while I wanted to get some more training and qualifications relevant to my office job in order to further my career, but my employer was being anything but helpful and didn't seem to want to fund any training I found. In the end, I decided to have a look to see if I could find a course that I could do for free. After gaining my Level 1 Clait (IT qualification) whilst at school, I decided it would be a good idea to look for a Level 2 IT course, as many office jobs that I have seen require you to have good IT skills. I came across a free Level 2 ITQ course with Vision2Learn and thought I would have a look into it, as this was the course I had been wanting ... Read the complete review