Schoolsgalore Facilitates Year Round Enrollments

Grand Junction, CO (PressExposure) April 15, 2009 -- Schoolsgalore have recently included new online institutions to its growing portfolio and many of these (newly added) schools are now offering programs year round.

The need for providing education online throughout the year stems from the growing popularity of online vocational training as well as full study programs. Students and professionals as well as avid learners look for training courses in a variety of subjects from online marketing courses to online technical training certifications the year round.

The demand for year round online enrollments is based in the time and schedule requirements of prospective online learners from across the globe. The varying lifestyles of a wide demographic of e-learners coupled with the economic demands upon students as a consequence of the global recession has recently pulled many onto the online learning circuit. Another reason is that many online courses are short duration and easily administered asynchronously, that is, the program syllabus is available to students at any time and in any location. Logging onto e-classrooms and e-workshops is different in the sense that there is no need for scheduled lectures and students have the option to control the intensity and pace of study themselves.

The year round enrollment programs offer students the opportunity to take up a course as and when they would like, while on vacation from work or even sick leave or maternity leave; at anytime in the year, students now have the choice to take up learning programs and be able to schedule then around their lifestyles and other responsibilities.

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Frank Johnson

524 30 Road, Suite 4, Grand Junction, Colorado 81504


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Press Release Submitted On: April 14, 2009 at 1:50 pm
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