Earning An Official Moodle Course Creator Certificate Could Work For You If…

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You envision your career to be intimately tied to Moodle, the world’s largest, open source LMS.

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You want to acquire real, verifiable skills from the hand of world-class Moodlers. You don’t want to know just how to use Moodle, but how to leverage it for groundbreaking learning experiences based on evidence, maybe also analytics.

You want to be recognized among your peers for your above-grade Moodle skills. Or at the very least to employers.

You want to help professionalize Moodle-related occupations and duties, and help raise the profile of the Moodle admin, creator, design or developer in your community.

You want to pay your dues and contribute to the ongoing development of Moodle by getting certified through an official Moodle Partner, 10% of whose revenue goes to Moodle HQ.

New Zealand Partner HRDNZ is announcing the latest run of its Moodle Course Creators Certificate course, leading to a certificate, through its online Moodle learning arm MoodleBites. An 8-week “online and asynchronous” program followed by a final quiz and a short essay is all there is between you and your MCCC. Successful completion of all activities takes an estimated 5 to 10 hours per week. Sanctioned by Moodle HQ, MCCC is internationally valid.

HRDNZ is currently offering a 20% on the track that starts October 1st, the last of the year. Special discounts are offered to students from Africa and South America but it is unclear if double discounts are available. Payment must be secured before the starting date to guarantee a spot.

Read more at elearningworld, HRDNZ’s blog.

Check out a general syllabus of the MCCC at certificates.moodle.com. Compare it to HRDNZ’s offering.■


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