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E-Learning

The constraints of distance, time and place of learning have been reduced with the introduction of e-learning, which will soon become a reality when the actual implementation of the DPI’s learning programmes.

Learners enrolled with the DPI will be able to develop professionally in nursing without limitations of work, personal, or even social circumstances. All that the individual learner needs is access to a computer. While e-learning enhances lifelong learning (learning throughout life) it also actualizes ICT’s (Information & Communication Technologies) role in expanding the levels of literacy.

Amongst many of the benefits of e-learning, DPI-registered nursing learners are able to communicate with their educators and facilitators, access work given in their respective choice of courses, and check their results. These are only few of the benefits associated with e-learning.