DLA – courses in Early Modern History and Archaeology | ADLC Member
DLA – Distance Learning Association – Who are we and what do we do?
The DLA is a small international distance learning enterprise which provides a web-based platform for professionals in various academic fields to offer tutoring services to clients, mainly in the UK. Our services are based on Edexcel’s newly implemented 2017 specifications and dedicated to providing A-level, AS and A2 guidance. This comes in the form of specifically written materials (matching materials you would get in the classroom) as well as the marking mock exam-type questions (based on those you will write if you are planning to take the official Edexcel exams). Sometimes, depending on the tutor, this may also include SKYPE tutorial sessions. This is all done in an effort to help our clients achieve their academic goals. We help them realise where they stand (compared to other students), how they’re doing (in terms of understanding of and engagement with typical Pearson/Edexcel course expectations), help them revise for re-sitting exams, and we advise them what topics they’ll need to concentrate upon in their further efforts.
DLA Course materials
Although our preferred method is to dispatch your course materials in the form of PDFs, printed material can be made available as an option. The Director of the Association is Andrew Allan Chibi, Ph.D., who can be contacted by email, phone or letter – see contact details on the right of this page.
DLA Courses – duration
All courses are offered with 12 months’ service – presumable leading up to your exam date.
The DLA is a signatory to the ABCC Code of Ethics. For pre-enrolment advice, contact Dr Chibi, who will be happy to advise you.
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