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Wisdom Centre | Course Assessment and Certificate of Completion
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Course Assessment and Certificate of Completion

With a distance learning course it is necessary to gather proof of participation, so that all studying are worthy of a certificate of completion. This proof takes the form of a short assessment.

The assessment of the course is means of a Learning Log. Please write a short reflective note (about 100-200 words max) for each week/keynote: ten in all.

(N.B. This is different from the reflective exercises in each keynote. These are there to help you think about the issues. You do not need to send these in, but they could be the basis for your 100-word weekly reflection).

At the end, you simply gather all your weekly log entries, put them into a WORD document and mail them to info@wisdomnet.co.uk. This will form the course assessment.

Note that a certificate of completion will only be issued on submission of a satisfactory learning log.

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