Our online housing courses allow you to work through up-to-date topical modules and submit assignments via this e-learning platform, and you’ll have the support and guidance of an experienced tutor who will provide advice and feedback during your studies.

If you are already enrolled on a course, log in, then click on one of the links in your 'my courses' list in the block to the right; links to your course materials will also appear here when they are released

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Learn on the move with the Moodle Mobile app

by Moodle Admin -

Moodle Mobile is the Moodle official mobile application for Android and iOs. It's available in Google Play and Apple Market (search for Moodle Mobile).

With Moodle Mobile you can:

  • Browse the content of your courses, even when offline
  • Receive instant notifications of messages and other events
  • Quickly find and contact other people in your courses
  • Track your progress and mark tasks as complete
  • Attempt quizzes and post in forums
  • View your course grades

... and lots more - see the full list of Moodle Mobile features here.

When you first login using the app, you'll need to enter the web address of this site - onlinelearning2.cih.co.uk, followed by your username and password.

Any problems / questions, please get in touch - moodle@cih.org

Moodle text too small and difficult to read?

by Moodle Admin -

You can enlarge the text on the page by pressing Ctrl (or ⌘ on your Mac) and + on your keyboard. Use Ctrl and - to reduce it again (this works for most websites).

Important assignment submission dates

by Sharon Hackett -

Good morning all

A schedule of dates for submitting assignments are published at the start of each qualification within your administration and assignments area on Moodle. It is important that you adhere to these dates as late submissions will result in an automatic refer for that assignment.

If for any reason you are unable to meet these dates there is a possibility that you may be eligible for an extension. Extensions are only granted in exceptional circumstances – the Learner handbook lists them in section 8.5 extensions. The extension can be up to 14 days. If you feel that it may be longer you can request that the assignment is deferred or you may need an interruption to studies guidance on this can be found in the Essential documents area of our Moodle LMS. Work-related issues, IT problems, holidays and social activities will not count as exceptional circumstances; learners are expected to plan their studies around these dates.   

To request an extension please contact your tutor via moodle messenger before your submission date.

Work which is submitted late, where no extension or deferral has been agreed, will automatically count as a refer. This will mean that you will lose one of your three opportunities to pass the unit. Susequently each time an agreed extended deadline has not been met, a further opportunity to submit your assignment will also be lost, up to a maximum of three.

Kind regards

Sharon Hackett

Housing Academy Operations Manager

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