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DGHE Update - Posted on 27/03/2020

Eleni Alexandridou Testomonial 

"Good morning,
I hope my email finds you all well and healthy! I would like to say congratulations to all DGHE staff managing to keep us indoors and carry on with our classes as normal in such short notice from the government!  

Well done!"  
Thank you, 
Eleni Alexandridou (27 March feedback - Email)
 
 

DGHE Update - Posted on 23/03/2020

Lilian Silva Testomonial 

Hello
Hope all you're doing well .
Today we had the first online class that I would like to give my feedback. Unfortunately the moment and circumstances are of great concern to everyone, but with all these changes, I am very happy because, in the midst of so much chaos, DG College and all of his team made major changes in record time to accommodate the needs of their students.

With the new arrangements, we can have the chance to receive education and wisdom, without exposing ourselves and our family members and, thus, in the future we can become great professionals telling the story of a difficult phase of our generation and how we were supported by organizations like David Game College.
Wishes everyone luck and a very near and brilliant future. keep safe

Lilian Silva (21 March feedback - VLE)

DGHE Update - Posted on 23/03/2020

 
Important announcement

Due to the developing situation with the spread of Covid-19, we have taken the decision to temporarily close the higher education centre.

Current students

DGHE is now delivering all courses online and fully supporting its students via video workshops and conferencing, email, telephone and through our VLE Moodle.

Current students should regularly check their Moodle account and emails for updates and announcements. Attendance for video workshops and conferencing will be monitored.

New applications and enquiries

Although DGHE is temporarily closed, we are still taking enquiries and applications for courses commencing 11 May 2020.

Please apply in the usual manner through our online portal and we will be conducting interview and assessment days online instead of at the College premises. 

For General, Course and Application enquiries please call: 020 3220 0347

If you have already made an application and want to enquire about its status please call:

M: 07960965874 Mythili Theivendran (Head of Admissions)

M: 07385544948 - Andrea Nunes (Marketing & Admissions Officer)

You can also email us at:

info@dghe.ac.uk

admissions@dghe.ac.uk 

The following courses will still be commencing on 11th May 2020. If the Centre is still closed at this time, the programmes will be delivered online until such time that the building is re-opened. 

HND Business

HND Public Services

HND Healthcare Practice for England

 
 
 

DGHE Update - Posted on 18/03/2020

Hello all.

The health, safety and welfare of everyone in the DGHE community is our main priority. As such the College will be closing at the end of day on Friday, March 20th at 6pm.

In order to minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19, we are changing the format of our full-time courses with immediate effect, with an emphasis on online learning and assessment. DGHE is now delivering all courses online and fully supporting its students via video workshops and conferencing, email, telephone and through our VLE (Moodle). Our main source of online delivery will be ZOOM. Zoom links for your online classes will be placed on the moodle page for each module. With one click you should be able to access the meeting in your browser.

Please action now:

ALL students should first sign up here https://zoom.us/signup

Depending on your device you may be asked to download the zoom application as well.

We are exploring a range of ways to assess work remotely in order to support students. It is likely that assessment criteria and final submissions will be modified in most cases so as not to affect your ability to progress or graduate. However, submissions will still be required from you.

You can help us by identifying ways you can maintain your learning and experience over the coming weeks - online with your friends and fellow students, and also with the academic staff from your course. You are a part of this process and we value your input.

Keeping up to date:

Students should regularly check their Moodle account and emails for updates and announcements. Attendance to online classes will be monitored in order to ensure regulatory compliance.

Video tutorials on using Zoom.

https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206618765-Zoom-Video-Tutorials?flash_digest=5d5ed2e6eede6b7b7d00d535671f19338a6c4da5

Student travel during this time.

Many students may plan to travel home. Before travelling, students should first review the advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus

Travel restrictions may prevent students from returning to at the start of next term. If students are unable to return to the UK due to the outbreak or choose to remain at home, they should email Admissions

Summer term start date (all students)

We hope we can recommence face-to-face as soon as possible but at this time we cannot yet confirm how and when we will deliver services, including teaching, during the summer term. We will make this decision during the spring break and let you know as soon as possible.

We all need to support one another – staff and students alike – as we work this out and make the changes which are required. We understand that this is a time of high anxiety for you, your friends, families and households. DGHE is committed to supporting its community through these unsettled times.

Stay well,
Paul Talan
Head of Centre.