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What is an eTutor for?

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Your eTutor will be responsible for the eLearning Resource overall and you can approach the eTutor throughout your online studies.

You would speak to the eTutor online about things like:

  • Extenuating circumstances that you feel may affect your completion of modules.
  • Requesting an extension of the eLearning Resource.

The eTutor’s responsibilities are to:

  • Monitor and advise on your and practice progress.
  • Help to set learning outcomes (if necessary).
  • Give support/guidance (when appropriate).
  • Signpost or identify when additional support/guidance on more specialist services is required.

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